Monthly Archives: April 2016

Defecto – “Excluded”

Defecto are an excellent band from Denmark that hopefully won’t go unnoticed by the prog metal community. Their brand of prog metal falls in line with bands like Symphony X, Scar Symmetry and fellow countrymen Mercenary. Since I am a … Continue reading

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Progressive Music Planet radio show, brought to you by the letter “B”

I should do a better job of promoting my weekly two hour radio show on Metal World Radio and Voyage 35 Prog Radio. So here we go! This week I decided to feature only artists that start with the letter … Continue reading

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Fire Garden Announce Details of Second Album and Crowdfunding Campaign

Chicago’s Fire Garden are back with a brand new album! Mastermind Zee announced the details of the crowdfunding campaign to support this star studded project: Zee here and I am super excited to share the news that Fire Garden is … Continue reading

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Diogenes – “Caminante del Cielo”

Diogenes are a progressive rock band from Chile. Their new album “Caminante del Cielo” is a mix of pleasant atmospheric prog with the occasional detour into prog metal riffage. While the music is often quite appealing, once again I am … Continue reading

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Fallujah – “Dreamless”

San Francisco Bay-area atmospheric death metal band Fallujah release “Dreamless” Friday, April 29th on Nuclear Blast Entertainment. The CD may be titled “Dreamless” but there are plenty of lush, ethereal events going on thanks to the highly stylized guitar techniques … Continue reading

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So Hideous – “Laurestine (Orchestral)”

This album was one of my favorites from 2015. So Hideous decided to release an orchestral only version of “Laurestine.” I suppose the real artist is not So Hideous but rather The First Light Orchestra, who did all of the … Continue reading

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Rank ‘Em: Genesis studio albums

Since Phil Williams mentioned on the Facebook page that ranking Genesis studio albums would be brave, it seemed like a good idea to me. I mean this would be a nice way to show people just how insane I am. … Continue reading

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