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Question of Honour

Question of Honour

Question of Honour


Smart and bizarre, angry and soft, engaging and disturbing, Question of Honour serves their audiences a sound that is varied, unique and unforgettable. A kick-ass progressive rock band that combine intelligent, intense lyrics with subtle yet powerful music. Heavily influenced by the arena rock bands of the 70's and 80's, Question of Honour's music cut across genres without hesitation. Hugh Wygmans' stunning and versatile vocals are backed by a band Read more on Last.fm
Smart and bizarre, angry and soft, engaging and disturbing, Question of Honour serves their audiences a sound that is varied, unique and unforgettable. A kick-ass progressive rock band that combine intelligent, intense lyrics with subtle yet powerful music. Heavily influenced by the arena rock bands of the 70's and 80's, Question of Honour's music cut across genres without hesitation. Hugh Wygmans' stunning and versatile vocals are backed by a band that is equally comfortable playing melodic bedroom pop as they are driving hard rock stadium anthems home. Not to disregard his talents as a guitarist, Hugh has chops to burn which he uses with surgical precision. Under it all are the rock solid performances of Ken Pitchford's bass playing and David Wygmans' drumming.

Both musicians possess dexterity in a variety of styles but they use discretion in their playing. Listen closely and you'll hear drum fills and funky bass lines that act as a foil to Hugh's straight-ahead guitar-playing. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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