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Dali's Dilemma was a five-piece progressive metal band formed San Jose, California in 1994. The band has a reputation for delivering technically demanding, high-velocity prog metal. Legitimate comparisons include DREAM THEATER, ENCHANT, FATES WARNING and SHADOW GALLERY as well as the more classic rockers such as RUSH and DEEP PURPLE. The band consists of Matthew Bradley on vocals, Patrick Reyes on guitar and brother Steve Reyes on bass, Jeremy Colson on drums, and former ZERO HOUR keyboard player Matt Guillory… read more

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  • Avatar for bloody72
    pozdrowienia ze Ślaska dla fanów Dali's Dilemma
  • Avatar for Neue_regel_
    v Matt Guillory, also collaborated with James Labrie in the Mullmuzzler and in his solo albums. But Dali's Dilemma are still missed. "Manifesto For Futurism" is great prog album.
  • Avatar for deadair22
    LOVE Matt Guillory but I really don't like his voice :(
  • Avatar for Edobardo
    Why did they split? Why? It's the first time I listen to their album and it sounds extremely beautiful...
  • Avatar for mammikoura
    Just listened to them for the first time in my life and I have to say that the whole album is just awesome.
  • Avatar for Cousin_Eddy
    Such a truly wonderful band :)
  • Avatar for Fisu-
    Bass solo at Mircales In Yesteryear is just amazing, so beatiful!
  • Avatar for MET920
    This is definitely one of my favorite bands of all time! Unfortunately, they never released anything beyond this 1 album! :( It's quite a shame to see such an amazing and powerful combination split up after only 1 album. I would have LOVED to hear more by them.
  • Avatar for Prognosis_X
    Thank you last.fm for introducing me to this bad ass band. I just bought/downloaded the full album off of Loudtrax.com
  • Avatar for Gapkilla
    umm...can someone hook it up with their album? i can't find it it anywhere and i don't want to buy it UNLESS i know for sure i like it.

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