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Scale the Summit: Vcompact discs
Scale the Summit: V

Released: Sep 18, 2015. Genre: Progressive Metal, Math Rock, Instrumental. Label: Prothetics Records. Number Of Tracks: 10. The more strings the better - Scale The Summit has been one of the modern bands who've really put extended range guitars to good use, using first 7- and 8-string guitars, and a 6-string bass. "V" is a great example of an interesting instrumental album.

POSTED: 09/23/2015 - 03:34 am

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Scale the Summit: The Migrationcompact discs
Scale the Summit: The Migration

Released: Jun 11, 2013. Genre: Progressive Metal, Math Rock, Instrumental. Label: Prothetics Records. Number Of Tracks: 10. "The Migration" is, while a powerful piece of Scale The Summit's discography and a credit to the progressive sub-genres, a bit flawed and a bit uneven.

POSTED: 06/13/2013 - 08:13 am

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Scale the Summit: The Collectivecompact discs
Scale the Summit: The Collective

Released: Mar 1, 2011. Genre: Instrumental Rock, Progressive Rock. Label: Prosthetic Records. Number Of Tracks: 11. Although the instrumental aspect may not gain a wide-scale audience, Scale the Summit's latest release The Collective is yet another example of their musical prowess.

POSTED: 03/09/2011 - 04:18 am

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Scale the Summit: Carving Desert Canyonscompact discs
Scale the Summit: Carving Desert Canyons

Released: Feb 17, 2009. Genre: Progressive Metal. Label: Prosthetic/Red. Number Of Tracks: 8. Progressive Rock brought to a new height, very epic-ish sound and very technical playing from all around the band.

POSTED: 10/06/2010 - 03:11 am

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