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"The level of musicianship, the quality of the vocals, the overall sound of the band are all excellent, and the first track, "The Wharf That Holds His Vessel" is a nearly flawless symphonic masterwork".

Tom Karr - ProgressiveWorld.com

"AISLES' second album, "In Sudden Walks," is brilliant! It is symphonic, melodic, ethnic, emotional, well performed, well engineered and recorded, beautifully sung, and very fresh"

BrufordFreak - ProgArchives

"I feel In Sudden Walks is the next step in the evolution of Aisles and one of the better releases of 2009". "I have a feeling the next album will break the band big."

Ron Fuchs – Prognaut.com



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AISLES released first advance off their new album, "4:45am".

On Friday, September 6th Aisles released 4:45am', the first single off the album of the same name.

About the new single, guitarist and composer Germán Vergara says: "It covers feelings of spite, revenge, and strength, the force within that makes you overcome adversity. A person's desire to work harder, train harder, climb higher always comes from the most intimate and personal reasons. It's a powerful song to start the day long before dawn.

The band's third record will be released on October 29th via Presagio Records.
Download our new single here

Aisles are a progressive rock band from Santiago, Chile. They have been considered one of the most interesting acts of recent years. So far they have released two albums, The Yearning (2005) and In Sudden Walks (2009). Aisles' third record, "4:45am", will be officially released next October.

Aisles' music is characterized by its eclecticism, combining elements of progressive rock, art rock, fusion, and world music, drawing comparisons to Rush, Yes, Genesis, and Porcupine Tree. The band has toured South America and Europe, and their albums have been published in Europe, United States, and Japan. In 2009 they were nominated for Best Foreign Record in the Italian Prog Awards for their second album, In Sudden Walks, and were invited to open the 11th Progressive Rock Festival Crescendo in France.

The band's third record will be released on October 29th via Presagio Records.



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