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Release Year: 2018

Date Label Catalog # Comments
24 May 2018 LP, Digital
Added To Proggnosis Database on: 4/25/2018 12:00:00 AM
Entry Last Updated on: 5/7/2018 10:00:00 AM by: DBSilver
  1. Denial
  2. Anger
  3. Bargaining
  4. Depression
  5. Acceptance
Digital Bonus Track:
  1. Life is Worth the Pain (Re-Loaded)

Nikola Mijic

Andras Adam Horvath
guitars, synth programming and sound design (1), additional synth programming (2,3)

Zsolt Kovago
keyboards, speech (4)

Gergely Springer
bass, additional synth programming (3)

Omar Gassama


Peter Pejtsik: additional pizzicato violin (3)
Gyorgy Nagy: keyboards (6)
Budapest Art Orchestra conducted by Peter Pejtsik (1,2,3,6)
Voice Station Choir: (1, 3, 5, 6)

Panna Pejtsik, Boglarka Pejtsik, Blanka Tamas: Soprano
Anna Borbely, Dorka Pejtsik, Diana Pejtsik, Luca Toth-Heyn: Tenor
Mate Szlavik, Benedek Kaposi, Zsigmond Markovich: Alto
Mate Darvas, Bence Valent, Boldizsar Zajkas: Bass

Reviewed by Marc on 06 May 2018

Stages is Dreyelands new album. The band's music is solidly installed in the symphonic metal prog genre and Dream Theater is the famous band they should be compared to.

Their album is made of three long tracks (cloking together at more than 30 minutes)  two short instrumentals and ends with a 5 minutes song (a bonus track) that is pretty close to being a power ballad.

With a lead singer that can really dish it out and loads of power guitars ans keyboards, Stages is sure to please fans of the genre.

If you feel that Dream Theater's recent projects are perhaps not quite as good as what they used to be, I highly recommed you check out Stages by Dreyelands.