Category Archives: math metal

Starchitect – “Results”

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

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Hypno5e – “Shores of the Abstract Line”

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

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Digression Assassins unleash “Merkaba” worldwide!

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!

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Digression Assassins – “Merkaba”

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

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