Category Archives: progressive metal

Non Newtonian Man – “Clouds”

I guess all the good band names are officially taken. Non Newtonian Man is certainly one of the worse ones that I’ve heard other than maybe Soul Enema. It’s interesting how a bad name can impact your desire to even … Continue reading

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When Prog Loses its Rock

I’ve been struggling more than usual lately when trying to get into a lot of the music that has been submitted for review to this site. I was beginning to think that either my taste is getting more and more … Continue reading

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Diablo Swing Orchestra – “Pacifisticuffs”

The line between clever and cheesy is a narrow one. There are bands like Therion who (for whatever reason) walk that line every single release and never seem to fuck up. I love Therion which might surprise some. Then there’s … Continue reading

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Coraxo – “Sol”

Coraxo is one of those bands that ARE different. Too many bands think they offer something new and fresh but they tend to be a rehash of another band (or bands) you’ve heard before. Coraxo are a true progressive metal … Continue reading

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Dream Theater at the Palace Theatre, Albany NY on November 14, 2017

I saw Dream Theater for the first time back in 1993 on the Images and Words Tour at the Palace Theatre in Albany, NY. So it was very cool to see them yet again, but this time 25 years after … Continue reading

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