Category Archives: neo-prog

Argos – “Unidentified Dying Objects”

Argos are one of the most British sounding bands you will ever hear. The only issue is that they are German! But they have a sound that reminds me of bands like Van der Graaf Generator and Nektar. At least … Continue reading

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Galasphere 347 – “Galasphere 347”

On paper, the self titled debut by Galasphere 347 should be amazing. The band features members of White Willow, Henry Fool, Änglagård, The Tim Bowness band, Weserbandland and Necromonkey. But none of that matters, does it? The question is how … Continue reading

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DID – “Dissociative Identity Disorder”

“Dissociative Identity Disorder”, or DID as they are known, are a French neo-prog band that, while they aren’t breaking any new ground, do know what they are doing when it comes to symphonic neo-prog. The band are instrumentalists who use … Continue reading

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Neo proggers Time Collider to release debut album “Travel Conspiracy” in May

UK neo prog supergroup Time Collider announce their debut album “Travel Conspiracy” to be released May 1, 2018. The band features former Pendragon drummer Fudge Smith, renown bassist John Jowitt (IQ, Jadis, Frost* to name a few), and keyboardist Stephen … Continue reading

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Bad Dreams – “Chrysalis”

Argentina’s Bad Dreams started out life as a bit of a Genesis tribute band. After 10 years of that, they moved into doing their own material. Their new album “Chrysalis” still owes plenty to classic Genesis: musically, vocally, and melodically. … Continue reading

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Single Celled Organism – “Splinter in the Eye”

Single Celled Organism is a neo-prog project by Jens Lueck from Germany. Neo-prog can really be a generic, vanilla form of prog in my opinion. It takes a lot to break free from the very SAFE sound of this sub … Continue reading

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Unicorn – “A Collection of Worlds – Resurrection”

I guess I should start with a disclaimer. Dan Swanö is a genius in my book, so factor that in as you read this review! This release is unlike anything Dan has done before. Unicorn was his prog band that … Continue reading

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