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Amogh Symphony started as a project by Vishal J. Singh in 2004. The EP Ashwamedh was released in 2005 in the UK under Kollosal (now defunct) and was distributed in limited copies for reviews. The EP was recognized for influences in its unique progressive metal sound, ranging from eastern music to jazz, and gathered a positive reception from listeners and reviewers.

Abolishing the Obsolete System, their first full-length album, was released in April 2009. In this album, Vishal played all… read more

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  • Avatar for Divlyfein
    I first found Amogh Symphony with Vectorscan and I love it. Finally listened to the first two albums and they blew my balls off.
  • Avatar for fdash
    Digging the new project a lot. Very tastefully done.
  • Avatar for Apophis75
    New project by Vishal J. Singh from Amogh Symphony.
  • Avatar for SDFprowler
    I haven't listened to this in a few months.. came back to it and I'm still blown away every time I listen to Abolishing The Obsolete System and The Quantum Hack Code. So incredibly perfect. I haven't been able to fully get into Vectorscan yet, but I won't give up on it.
  • Avatar for Ufasas
    first two albums are better than anything
  • Avatar for cletus77
    Best album : The Quantum Hack Code
  • Avatar for aphoticapathy
    I don't like his first two albums at all < srs?
  • Avatar for Chao-G
    I don't like his first two albums at all, but Vectorscan is pretty good. Vishal sounds much better when he's not playing metal.
  • Avatar for windbelow
    the new album sounds like stuff that Igorr does
  • Avatar for mexagonal
    New album Vectorscan is otherworldly. Thanks for the life-changing music. You guys never stop challenging taste and knowledge of music critics. Really thank you for bringing something new once again. This album is a keeper for the next 5 years.

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