Category Archives: progressive metal

Communic – “Where Echoes Gather”

2017 seems to be the year of bands releasing albums after a bit of a “break.” Wobbler did it, Roger Waters did it, Styx did it,┬áThreat Signal is doing it (review coming soon) and now “Where Echoes Gather” marks the … Continue reading

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Mammoth – “PROGenies”

I remember happening upon Progman Rob’s review of Mammoth’s 2016 LP “Deviations”, and subsequently adding the release to my very large list of “need to check this out at some point” bands and albums. Unfortunately, although always noted with the … Continue reading

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Pencarrow – “Dawn Simulation”

Pencarrow are a new prog band from New Zealand. Their debut album “Dawn Simulation” is quite stunning when it comes to the music. There are some incredible, jaw dropping moments on this album on the music side of things. Lead … Continue reading

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The Kahless Clone – “Our Never-Ending Loneliness”

The Kahless Clone are back with their second EP “Our Never-Ending Loneliness,” the follow up to their fantastic debut EP “An Endless Loop.” The band is led by Novembers Doom guitarist Vito Marchese but is certainly not the same musically … Continue reading

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Ne Obliviscaris – “Urn”

Ne Obliviscaris has gone through a lot since their last album “Citadel.” There have been many highs but also difficult times that must have challenged the band more than they imagined. This led to the dismiss of bassist Brendan Brown. … Continue reading

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Hostile Media Sign The Vicious Head Society & Reissue “Abject Tomorrow”

One of my favorite new prog metal bands as you all know is The Vicious Head Society from Ireland. I reviewed “Abject Tomorrow” a few months back and I really think more people need to hear this great album. Now … Continue reading

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Naeramarth – “The Innumerable Stars”

One man bands can be a double edged sword. On one hand, artists with a singular vision and the talent and drive to make that vision a reality can produce some stirring and powerful music. Within progressive music alone there … Continue reading

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