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CD Review: Chaos Divine – Colliding Skies

I’m going to be my own harshest critic here and say I have a very short attention span. I’ll take short and fast punk rock over progressive music nine times out of ten because I find it easier to listen to without tuning out mid-song. 429 more words

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Track of the Day - CHAOS DIVINE 'Soldiers'

‘Soldiers’ is one heck of a hard and heavy, and seriously addictive track taken from Australian band Chaos Divine’s new album Colliding Skies. The band is based in Perth, and plays what they themselves call “progressive heavy rock”, and they do it oh so very well. 54 more words

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Chaos Divine - Simon Mitchell

Chaos Divine – these 2 words pretty much sums up what this band is all about…and they just keep continuing to progress and raise the bar. 3,081 more words

Maeve Louise Heaney, "Towards a Hermeneutical Understanding Of Music"

 Rather than jump in to aesthetics, however, Heaney offers first a chapter on hermeneutics without discussing hermeneutics or its role in understanding music.  Instead, she starts talking about semiotics, rehearsing the distinction between “semiotics” and “semiosis”.

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CHAOS DIVINE "Soldiers"

Chaos Divine is an Australian band based in Perth, that plays some absolutely riveting heavy prog-rock. The band has a new album in the works, set for release in early 2015 and have just released a video for the first single off that album, titled “Soldiers”. 24 more words

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