Category Archives: progressive metal

Return To Void – “Return To Void”

Is it me or are there way more bands that are prog or at least consider themselves to be prog? It almost seems in vogue to be prog. Return to Void are a prog rock band from Finland but something … Continue reading

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Mark Papagno – “The Man Whom the Trees Loved”

The latest trend seems to be getting well known musicians to play on your album. I do understand it from both ends. Newer musicians see the opportunity to get big names to be associated with their work and the “hired … Continue reading

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Moonloop – “Devocean”

“Devocean” is the long awaited follow up from Spanish prog metal masters Moonloop. It’s been five years since their debut album “Deeply from the Earth.” In the meantime, front man Eric Baulenas has been quite busy with other projects, one … Continue reading

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Damnations Day – “A World Awakens”

I was very impressed with the debut album by Australians Damnations Day, “Invisible, the Dead.” You could sense the vast potential of this band. The only thing they were “guilty” of, like many young bands, is trying to do EVERYTHING … Continue reading

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Without Waves – “Lunar”

Somewhere between order and chaos, you will find the latest album by Chicago’s Without Waves, “Lunar.” The album changes quite regularly from chaotic math metal like you’d hear from Converge or even the Dillinger Escape Plan to a more ethereal, … Continue reading

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Silegrail – “Silegrail”

When you have the kind of talent that Czech band Silegrail have, it’s very hard to resist not doing EVERYTHING that you can do on your first album. So yes, forgive these guys for all out, over the top, all … Continue reading

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