Monthly Archives: June 2015

Prog Magazine: Voting Is Now Open For The Progressive Music Awards 2015

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InAeona lead the way with debut single “Leader”; pre-orders now available

“Leader,” the first single from Boston-based post-rock/metal outfit INAEONA’s forthcoming label debut “Force Rise the Sun,” can now be streamed below or via Bloody-Disgusting.net HERE. The song will also be offered as an instant download to those who pre-order the … Continue reading

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Solstice Coil – “Commute”

Solstice Coil is an Israeli band that released their new album “Commute” via Taklit Music which is the label belonging to Tomer Pink of Subterranean Masquerade. Solstice Coil is the project of Subterranean Masquerade keyboardist Shai Yallin. Since I absolutely … Continue reading

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Interview with Jasun Tipton of Abnormal Thought Patterns

Q: What made you decide to move on from Zero Hour? Jasun: Troy had the ulnar nerve entrapment-sub-muscular surgery performed on his left arm in December of 2007. Troy has had a very difficult time gaining strength back into his … Continue reading

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Abnormal Thought Patterns – “Altered States Of Consciousness”

The Tipton twins (Jasun and Troy) have been around the prog metal world for quite a while now. Zero Hour always seemed like they would be the next big thing but it just never happened. Troy was then sidelined with … Continue reading

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Tom Slatter – “Fit the Fourth”

The description of Tom Slatter’s music is that he sounds like if Nick Cave started writing songs with Genesis after watching too many episodes of Dr Who. I knew I was already at a disadvantage since I don’t care for … Continue reading

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Drifting Sun – “Trip the Life Fantastic”

Neo-prog is a sub genre that came into power in the 80s and 90s with most of its bands evolving and progressing. The 80s neo-prog movement was more dramatic and some would say more linked to 70s prog. The next … Continue reading

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Vennart – “The Demon Joke”

I was really disappointed when Oceansize broke up a few years back. I loved every album they did, so I was really happy that lead vocalist Mike Vennart decided to make a solo album. “The Demon Joke” is very much … Continue reading

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Steorrah welcomes new band member Raoul Zillani on Bass

Bret Hard Records are thrilled to announce that Raoul Zillani has joined Progressive Death Metallers Steorrah. Zillani had already joined them on stage during the recent release shows and was overwhelmingly welcomed by the fans. Says frontman Andreas März: “We’re … Continue reading

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