Tanagra: Meridiem-2019.

A noticeable evolution from their first album (2015’s None of This is Real), Tanagra’s second release turns up the dial on everything that made the band stand out the first time around: The compositions are diverse and cinematic, with a stoic undercurrent and emotional intensity that brings out the theatrical side of the band, while the progressive rock-influenced elements rise to much greater prominence than before. Complex yet compelling rhythms interweave with vibrant vocal arrangements, transcendent soloing, and varying instrumental textures in a lush harmonic landscape. Meridiem is Tanagra sounding more epic, more polished, and more heavy than ever before. This is progressive metal at its most powerful.


Blind AmbitionDemo2011 
None of This Is RealFull-length2015
Seas of GlassSingle2020 

Erich Ulmer
Vocals, Bass (2010-present)
See also: ex-Labyrinthine
Josh Kay
Guitars (2010-present)
See also: ex-Labyrinthine, ex-Excruciator
Steven Soderberg
Guitars (2010-present)
Chris “Stu” Stewart
Drums (2013-present)
See also: ex-Aethyrium

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