Monthly Archives: June 2015

Codex – “The Peace Paradox”

Codex is a Dutch band that plays a more straightforward brand of progressive metal. The arrangements on their debut album “The Peace Paradox” are stripped down to the basics of guitar, bass and drums with vocals. The complexity comes from … Continue reading

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Interview with progressive death metal masters Steorrah

How would you guys categorize Steorrah’s sound, other than being progressive death metal? Andreas: I’m not sure I consider Progressive Death Metal to be the same thing as most people do. These days it seems to be associated with Djent … Continue reading

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Jack Arthurs signs to Bad Elephant Music and announces new album

Bad Elephant Music is delighted to announce that renowned singer/songwriter Jack Arthurs has joined its ever increasing roster of artists. Jack is a musician and songwriter based in Newcastle, a popular presence on the North East music scene. His debut … Continue reading

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Scale The Summit: New album ‘V’ due Sept. 18; first new music snippet unveiled

The instrumental progressive quartet SCALE THE SUMMIT will release their highly anticipated fifth album, “V,” worldwide on Sept. 18. Today, Prosthetic Records begins to unveil the album’s cover art by the British artist Duncan Storr, who also contributed the artwork … Continue reading

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Between the Buried and Me – “Coma Ecliptic”

The more things change the more they stay the same? Maybe that isn’t quite true with the new Between the Buried and Me album “Coma Ecliptic” but it isn’t as far away from their last album “The Parallax II: Future … Continue reading

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Chris Squire: 1948 – 2015

The passing of Yes co-founder Chris Squire is devastating to me. Yes fans all over the globe are mourning the loss of one of the greatest that ever was. Chris Squire redefined what a bassist could do in the scope … Continue reading

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