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There is more than one artist with the same name Hourglass. For the Allman Brothers incarnation called Hourglass, see

1) Formed by guitarist Brick Williams, Hourglass is a Progressive Metal group from Utah, USA. The band’s first effort was the hard-to-come-by “This Lonely Time and Place,” followed up by the much more polished “The Journey Into” in 2002 and 2004’s “Subconscious.” The band released the double album “Oblivious to the Obvious” on February 19, 2009.

54 months is a long time to work on an album. But that is exactly how long it took Hourglass to finish their new double album “Oblivious to the Obvious.” Four and a half years of writing, recording, mixing, mastering and the result is 139 minutes worth of music. Even though it is a lot of music, it is only 10 songs. Hourglass has never worried too much about the length of their songs, and epic songs have always been a part of what the band does. “Oblivious to the Obvious” is no exception. The album has a little of everything, from heavy metal riffs and screaming vocals, to laid back piano and acoustic passages, and some very tasteful groove sections. Vocal harmonies are scattered throughout the album as are many guitar, keyboard, and even bass solos. There is something for everyone on “Oblivious to the Obvious.”

The band has gone through numerous personnel changes with Williams as the sole constant. Current drummer John Dunston replaced Zachary Taylor for “The Journey Into.


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