Category Archives: progressive rock

Full Album Premiere: The Slyde – “Awakening”

It’s always my effort here at Progressive Music Planet to bring you new music. And I am happy to host the full album stream for “Awakening” by Canadian prog rockers The Slyde. Below is the press release from the band. … Continue reading

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The Slyde – “Awakening”

It is true I suggested I would like to visit a full length by The Slyde after I reviewed their EP “Back Again” https://progressivemusicplanet.com/2017/01/13/slyde-back-again-ep/ Here we are, 16 months later, & I’ve been presented with the full-length recording “Awakening” (release … Continue reading

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Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy to release 2CD & DVD

Legendary drummer Carl Palmer keeps the ELP flame alive with his ELP Legacy shows. Here’s a press release on his upcoming 2CD/DVD digipak! ————————————————————————— A new, 2-disc digipack release from Carl Palmer, perhaps the most highly rated drummer in the … Continue reading

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The Fierce and The Dead – “The Euphoric”

Does a song need words to set a mood or tell a story? Can instruments without human voices work magic on one’s imagination? Certainly! Think of film soundtracks as an example. The music, along with the visuals, helps to set … Continue reading

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Wandering Vagrant – “Get Lost”

It pays to listen to more than the first 10 seconds of an album. That seems obvious, I know but with “Get Lost” by Italian prog rockers Wandering Vagrant, it’s essential. The opening ten seconds of “Human Being as Me” … Continue reading

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Spock’s Beard – “Noise Floor”

Spock’s Beard are a band that really knows how to survive. After losing frontman and songwriter Neal Morse, they soldiered on with drummer Nick D’Virgilio taking over as lead vocalist and the whole band splitting song writing duties with long … Continue reading

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Traun – “The Lilac Moon,” “The Black Metal Princess” and “Escape from Spa Nine”

For all intents and purposes, the trilogy of releases from Traun called “The Lilac Moon,” “The Black Metal Princess” and “Escape from Spa Nine” make up three parts of a full album. Each of them are roughly 20 minutes long … Continue reading

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