Pyramid Theorem
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Pyramid Theorem

Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada

Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
Band Rock Metal


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Pyramid Theorem - Voyage to the Star
By Laurie Lonsdale

Progressive metal/rock band Pyramid Theorem, from Richmond Hill, Ontario, offer up their four-track EP Voyage to the Star. Recorded at Trubbleclef Studios this past summer; this debut is extremely well produced with an epic feel. Sam Ermellini (Guitar), Vito De Francesco (Drums), and brothers Christian Di Mambro (Bass) and Stephan Di Mambro (Guitar/Synth) draw influence from Dream Theatre, Iron Maiden, Pantera, and Ozzy. The band is musically creative and instrumentally skilled with precision delivery apparent throughout the thirty-one minute EP. The title track is an instrumental masterpiece, pulling inspiration from early YES and fusing it with RUSH. If criticism were to be made, it would be in the vocal delivery of The Aegean Sea, as it becomes sharp and shrill around the three-minute mark, leaving much to be desired. As well, the final track of A Town in Ruins, at ten minutes plus, runs a little long. But, generally speaking, this is a CD evident of excellent musicianship with a well-developed sound.
- Laurie Lonsdale

" Reviews "Voyage To The Star""

Pyramid Theorem - Voyage To The Star
Progressive metal/rock from Canada. "Voyage To The Star" is a very well executed album. Classically progressive with lots of cool riffs and changes presented a wide range of musical styles all compacted into 4 tracks. Sort of story like and epic in atmosphere taking from various influences. There is alot going on here for only having 4 tracks and I feel that this album has been very well thought out with precise detail which makes each track different from the next and this is what I like about this work. Most would have made all tracks just seem to flow into one but here all is very distinct and each part is a musical explosion. Even though this clearly isnt my style I do appreciate and respect the talent and how this is expressed and feel that "Voyage To The Star" reaches it's goal. Giving this a 4/5. (review by Kindra RavenMoon)

"Prog Archives Accepts Pyramid Theorem"

PYRAMID THEOREM are a progressive metal band from Richmond Hill, Ontario consisting of brothers Stephan Di Mambro (guitar, keyboards, vocals) and Christian Di Mambro (bass) with Sam Ermellini (guitar, vocals) and Vito De Francesco (drums). The band formed in 2006 and is heavily influenced by bands like RUSH, YES, SYMPHONY X, GENESIS, OZZY OZBOURNE and DREAM THEATER.

They self released an EP "Voyage to the Star" in 2008.


PYRAMID THEOREM are an exciting and versatile traditional progressive metal band with an epic sound consisting of melodic riffs, quick time changes, impressive and skillfully executed guitar solos and offer a wide range of styles of their influences. They were approved by the Prog Metal Team and are highly recommended.
- Prog Archives


Voyage To The Star (2008)
New Album Coming (2011)



With nothing but passion being the driving force behind this progressive machine, PYRAMID THEOREM has nowhere to look but up.

The bands music is nothing short of a musical journey with paralyzing epics that are irresistible to the ear. Their signature sound is derived from incredible lead guitar work; Neil Peart replicated drumming and experimental synth that completes the bands unstoppable fusion.

After the release of “Voyage To The Star” in 2008, the band broke themselves into the scene where they have proven themselves as one of the ultimate up and coming progressive rock acts by participating in many live events and receiving recording awards from participating competitions. Such accomplishments has given the band the clout to open for touring heavyweights Sonata Artica, EdGuy, Mutiny Within, Powerglove, Fair To Midland, Threat Signal and The Agonist.

Pyramid Theorem is currently in the writing process preparing new songs for their first full-length album set to release in 2011. The album is set to surpass all expectations and in hopes, catapult the band further into the progressive scene as an artist on the rise.