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Ngũ Cung

Ngũ Cung

Ngũ Cung


The Ngu Cung Rock Band (Pentatonic) was established to contribute to the Progressive-Hard Rock market, aiming at becoming THE most famous progressive rock band in Vietnam and beyond. They wish to promote the strength of progressive rock music well know in other countries (and yet still bring forth music that has an identity of Vietnamese pride. Although Ngu Cung composition is based on a variety of dramatic “themes & stories” (native to progressive rock) Read more on Last.fm
The Ngu Cung Rock Band (Pentatonic) was established to contribute to the Progressive-Hard Rock market, aiming at becoming THE most famous progressive rock band in Vietnam and beyond. They wish to promote the strength of progressive rock music well know in other countries (and yet still bring forth music that has an identity of Vietnamese pride. Although Ngu Cung composition is based on a variety of dramatic “themes & stories” (native to progressive rock), the band also tries to write lyrics that their native fans (of Vietnam) can follow & identify with during normal/everyday life in that country & culture (past, present & future). Now that Ngu Cung has reached a strong level of national fame in its own country, they have branched out to perform live in larger-scale public events & begin penetration outside of Vietnam. Date of establishment: October 10 – 2007 Place of Establishment: Hanoi English Name: PENTATONIC Abbreviated Name: 5C Music Style: PROGRESSIVE HARD ROCK LOGO: Five, half-circle silver circles, interlacing to complete as the Ngu Cung symbol WEBSITE: www.ngucung.com Influenced Rock Band: DREAM THEATER, PINK FLOYD, TOOL, OZZY OSBOURNE Read more on Last.fm.

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