HERMETIC SCIENCEóEN ROUTE

The journey continues . . .

The combination of progressive, jazz, classical, and sixties music results in a varied, singular style with the emphasis on keyboards.† Leo Hoekstra, IO PAGES (Netherlands)

The music is appropriately heavy with the trio sounding somewhat like Tarkus-era ELP, or perhaps an updated version of Egg during their Polite Force days.† En Route should appeal strongly to fans of keyboard-oriented classic progressive rock.† David Ashcraft, EXPOSE (U.S.)

If you like ELP, this will calm your yearnings in abundance.† Rafa Dorado, MARGEN (Spain)

An absolutely inspired album, the best by the group to this point.† Dominique Genin, PROG-RESISTE (Belgium)

As a composer and performer Ed Macan is excellent, and Iím very surprised that with music of this standard and quality that I havenít heard of them before.† James Turner, WONDROUS STORIES (Great Britain)

Even without the massive presence of vibraphone and marimba that characterized their first two albums, the Hermetic Science sound remains one of the most distinctive in contemporary prog.† Paolo Rigoli, WONDEROUS STORIES (Italy)

An excellent release that I can barely find a flaw with . . . This is easily, and highly, recommended.† Stephanie Sollow, PROGRESSIVE WORLD (U.S.)

Complex music, very elaborate . . . that shows the spirit of a non-conformist fighter.† Eduardo Aragon, PROG-VISIONS (Spain)

En Route is definitely Hermetic Scienceís best album.† Vitaly Menshikov, PROGRESSOR (Uzbekistan)

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All Music Guide (U.S.A.)
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Arlequins Newsletter (Italy)

Atropos (Spain)

Background (Netherlands)

Colossus (Finland)

DURP (Germany)

Dutch Progressive Rock Pages (Netherlands)

Expose (U.S.A.)

Harmonie (France)

IO Pages (Netherlands)

Lunar Waves (Spain)

Margen (Spain)

Panache Magazine (U.S.A.)

Paperlate (Italy)

Proglands (Canada)

Prog-Resiste (Belgium)

Progression (U.S.A.)

Progressive Newsletter (Germany)

Progressive World (U.S.A.)

Progressor (Uzbekistan)

Prog-Visions (Spain)

Ragazzi (Germany)

Rotter's Club (Italy)

Sea of Tranquility (U.S.A.)

Tarkus (Norway)

Trespass Magazine (Italy)

Wind and Wire (U.S.A.)

Wonderous Stories (Italy)

Wondrous Stories (Great Britain)