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Unreal City Takes on Italian Prog

With "Dove La Luce È Più Intensa," a track off their debut album, Unreal City says in no uncertain terms that there's room for one more group in the world of symphonic prog from Italy.

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-10-15


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