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Imminent Sonic Destruction / Press

“Recurring Themes is pretty impressive from start to finish, and you have to love the way Imminent Sonic Destruction have put together material that will surely please the prog crowd, the progressive metal lovers, and the extreme metal scene. I can't see this band being unsigned for much longer, as there is some superior talent on display here. Highly recommended!”

“Clearly, with Recurring Themes, Imminent Sonic Destruction wants to put some fire into the belly of progressive metal. There's enough modern metal nuances (read: harsh and sometimes 'core') mixed with the complexity and melody of traditional melody to create an impressive and entertaining venture.”

“I can say that Recurring Themes is an excellent release by a band that is talented enough to blend the heaviness of modern metal with traditional progressive elements while also being smart enough to not overdo any individual element.”

“This is a good band with lots to offer musically. I hear hints of Pantera, Tool, Dream Theater and even lesser known bands like Dali’s Dilemma and Digital Ruin. The guitars are huge and the solos are quite good. The band is not afraid of going from a crushing riff to a harmonized bridge to an acoustic passage…they also do it well.”

“From the first moment when the massive guitar sound of this band hits you full force on the opening number "Driving Home", it becomes abundantly clear that you are in for a rock and roll hell ride! While the pounding of your skull is accomplished by their six string duo of Tony Piccoli and Scott Thompson, there is an undercurrent running through the song that is a bit of serenity amidst the rising storm.”

“The brainchild a musician/singer/songwriter Tony Piccoli, [Imminent Sonic Destruction] melds a plethora of musical tastes, ranging from the technical crunch of Dream Theater & Fates Warning to the edgy artistic approach of Opeth & Tool, while incorporating the often surrealist nuances of Coldplay and Porcupine Tree; but one thing remains concrete about the musical advance that this motor city quintet executes; it's all about the melody.”