Over the past four years, Welsh rock band Panic Room have established a strong reputation both on record and as a live band. Their dynamic mix of rock, pop, metal, folk and jazz manages to combine all those varied influences into one coherent sound.
Their self-released 2008 début Visionary Position cast around in many different directions: lengthy atmospheric epics jostling with simpler, more direct songs. The follow up, 2010's Satellite, took one of those directions and ran with it, focusing on the sort of material that worked well live: shorter songs with a mix of punchy hard rockers and big
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