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Phoenix & Dragon
“I’m a HUGE fan of instrumental acts…I feel that it takes a lot of talent to perform without a vocalist, you have nothing to distract the audience from the music itself, so it better be good. Phoenix and Dragon is THAT good. They are currently on the hunt for a new vocalist, but are still playing shows without one, because they can pull it off!”
- Holly Wood, "Phoenix Our City Radio"
"..finally the doors opened around 7:30, and the only local band in charge to open the show was Phoenix & Dragon. This prog/power metal youngsters put a great instrumental show, that even a well done version of Christmas Eve In Sarajevo of Trans Siberian Orchestra gained a huge ovation from the crowd. Regardless of lacking a singer at the moment, their show was full of good crafted musicianship that I really questioned the need of a singer at all. They can totally work as an instrumental progressive band on their own, so far that formula had worked pretty well for Animals As Leaders right?"
-Miguel Rozo, "The Age Of Metal"
“High octane, hair-flyin', volume-shredding. And they don't even sing! The Mesa-based metal band is instrumental with a heavy progressive speed.”
-Steve Stockmar, "The AZ Edge"
“PHOENIX AND DRAGON clashed with the still of the night with an abrupt force that that could only be challenged by a blow of the mighty Thor’s own hammer.. If you aren’t into fantasy, power, symphonic or prog metal, you most certainly would be after watching this band performs..As I watched this band play I closed my eyes for a minute and began to find myself in a fantasyland I have not visited since my youth and just smiled.”
- Mike Trujillo, "Arizona Heavy Metal"