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No static at all: The story behind Blueneck's sixth album The Outpost

Originally conceived as a side project totally separate to the band, Blueneck’s sixth album The Outpost has instead taken them on a new journey. They tell Prog how this happened…

F orming in the year 2000, Blueneck evolved quickly from a live, cinematic-minded experimental rock outfit to being at the forefront of the UK post-rock scene. With the rise of post-progressive music in the late 2000s, the band then found themselves collecting a new set of fans. “The fact that the ‘new prog’ thing happened, we’re completely happy to be associated with that,” says guitarist Rich Sadler. “It meant different people coming to the shows, more guys in their mid-to-late 30s or older, as opposed to kids with backpacks and hi-tops.”

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