This is Jeremy Lance’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Jeremy Lance

  1. Salt Lake City, Utah
  2. Metal
  1. collection 11
  2. wishlist 8
  3. followers 1
  4. following 18
  1. Freaking Out
    by Mystery Skulls
  2. Bilo 3.0
    by David Maxim Micic
  3. EP
    by Mystery Skulls
  4. Entities
    by Pomegranate Tiger
    You want good Prog metal? You found it :)
  5. Days Away
    by Ronald Jenkees
    Early Morning May Early Morning May
    Ronald Jenkee's just a fantastic musician and human being. He's inspired me for quite a long time with his timeless jams and creative approach to keyboarding.
  6. Moonflower
    by Plini
    Because the minimal use of instruments somehow creates an outcome of a really powerful tune. Also, +1 CHON :)
  7. The Impossible 2.0
    by Mike Dawes
    Mike Dawe's raw talent is very impressive. Also, Nolly's solo adds such a cool melody to an already legit song. And the production to the already brilliant acoustic guitar adds quite a bit of depth to the song. The song was already good. This one is just improved upon :)
  8. Novallo I
    by Novallo
    Angle of Perception Angle of Perception
    Soooo, this isn't your average approach to metal. The tasteful singing in conjunction with speedy riffs is really something I don't get enough of. Plus, they wear fedoras.
  9. The Ghost and the Guest
    by The Ghost and the Guest
    Pickett Pickett
    This is a really great record because of the creative design put into it. This a concept album centered around a fictional journal set in the Wild West. A wonderful story that needs your attention.
  10. Burst of Euphoria
    by In Open Waters
    Because Jonas is a freakin' baller, and his approach to ambient music is very structured and perfected, as opposed to just ambient sounds with no structure.
  11. Noir Tone EP
    by Zelliack
    Hargrove Hargrove
    The most brilliant album of the 21st century. It's not very long, so you can listen to it in it's entirety in pretty much any circumstance. Every song is perfectly crafted. If we knew where this type of music comes from, then we'd be a lot farther in music than we are now.

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  1. Bilo 3.0
    by David Maxim Micic