Origin: Tampa, Florida, USA  
Genres: Progressive Metal
DISBANDED
Last update/review: March 22, 2004

Opposite Earth

Opposite Earth is an intriguing progressive metal band from Florida -- intriguing in that they have a relatively unique style, blending traditional progressive metal with influences such as Tool and later Psychotic Waltz (musically, not vocally). Steve Vincent's midrange vocals are clear but never out of control, a contrast to the overly melodic wailers that many prog/power metal bands employ these days. The songs are usually midpaced and not quite as technical-minded as some prog bands, opting instead for a more relaxed psychedelic progressive style that, as was said at the onset, quite intriguing. A very good album, one of those that really grows on the listener after repeated plays. Unfortunately the band was never heard from again.

Last Lineup

Steven Vincent

vocals

Gary Schemnitzer

guitars

Mike Stanfield

bass

Rick Risberg

keyboards (ex-Iced Earth)

Joe Lopez

drums



Discography


Headspace  
1997 Progressive A.
  1. Always Now
  2. Primal
  3. Natural Defense
  4. Blame
  5. Headspace
  6. Falling Down
  7. Statement
  8. Visuals
  9. Dog Dreams
  10. Cycles
  • Steven Vincent
  • Gary Schemnitzer
  • Mike Stanfield
  • Rick Risberg
  • Joe Lopez




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