Category Archives: progressive metal

Caligula’s Horse – Rise Radiant

Caligula’s Horse returns from Down Under with album number 5. Rise Radiant is another logical step in the band’s evolution. I recently went back and walked my way through their discography, while the core of what make them them is … Continue reading

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Haken – “Virus”

Let’s get this out of the way, the album title for the new Haken album is “Virus” and the timing for that name is…unfortunate. I suppose the upside is that it’s not called “COVID-19.” The title is a direct tie … Continue reading

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Subsignal – A Song For The Homeless (Live in R├╝sselsheim 2019)

Subsignal return with their first live release in 8 years. Coming off the support tour for their latest release, La Muerta, the band are in top form and blaze through a career spanning set and show just what they are … Continue reading

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Rob’s Recommendation Roundup: Volume 19

Secrets of the Moon – “Black House” Label: Prophecy Productions Release Date: 8 May 2020 Secrets of the Moon aren’t a prog band in the traditional sense of the word. In fact, I am quite sure that most people would … Continue reading

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Molitoth is set to release “The Tribunal” on June 26, premieres new track!

I was a big fan of the band A Light Within and their frontman Kyle Brandt has a new solo project called Molitoth. Kyle is a super talented person and I thought I’d help out by premiering a new track … Continue reading

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McStine & Minnemann to release debut album on July 3rd!

Exciting news! The great Marco Minnemann is teaming up with the immensely talented Randy McStine (Lo-Fi Resistance) for a new album! Check out the press release below! McStine & Minnemann┬áis a new band consisting of Randy McStine and Marco Minnemann … Continue reading

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Katatonia – “City Burials”

After a (thankfully) brief hiatus, Katatonia got back in action with a tour to honor the 10th anniversary of “Night is the New Day” in 2019. So naturally the next step was a new album and that’s something I always … Continue reading

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