Category Archives: math metal
As a Ukrainian American, I do love checking out bands from Ukraine. The latest one for me is Starchitect. The name is rather misleading as it sounds very neo-prog but Starchitect have more in common with Converge and Textures than … Continue reading →
Hypno5e are one of those bands that can basically do whatever they want at any given moment. There aren’t many that can pull that off AND make it work within a piece of music. This is why “Shores of the … Continue reading →
The question that divides fans of the prog sub-genre the most. Ask any two prog fans “what is Prog?” and odds are you will get two different answers. No other sub-genre of music has this problem. Country music is obvious. … Continue reading →
Swedish prog metal band Digression Assassins have released their new album “Merkaba” today. If you want to find out why I loved it so much, pick it up at their bandcamp site now! It’s also available on Spotify!
I actually found Digression Assassions via Instagram when guitarist/vocalist David Catala Backman followed me. I always check out the people that follow me and I saw that he was in a band. More importantly, I noticed he had a really … Continue reading →