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Interview with Mick Moss of Antimatter

It’s been 10 years since you released “Leaving Eden,” which has now been reissued. How has your approach to your music changed since then? Or has it? I’m constantly learning and evolving, so without a doubt my approach to music … Continue reading

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Interview with Mikko Von Hertzen of the Von Hertzen Brothers

First off, I am a HUGE fan of the band so much so that one of my cats is named Mikko. And yes I do post a lot of VHB related things on the Progressive Music Planet Facebook page. It’s … Continue reading

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A Special Conversation with Hamlet of Transport Aerian on his new album “Therianthrope”

I’ve had a very interesting friendship with Hamlet of Transport Aerian. I’ve definitely not loved his music all the time but I am always honest with him and he is quite the same in return. He asked me to take … Continue reading

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Interview with Pete Morten of My Soliloquy

Pete, a few big changes have happened since we last spoke here. The first being that you have left Threshold after being in the band for 10 years. Was it hard to leave? Yea, it was very hard, but I … Continue reading

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Interview with Frank Hall of Necromandus

Frank, congrats on the new Necromandus album! I love it! It’s been a long time coming. How rewarding is it for you to finally get the name out there and have a band to go with it? Its very rewarding … Continue reading

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Interview with Yogi Lang of RPWL

RPWL is one of the finest prog bands to emerge from Germany ever. They are releasing a new concert video for their special performance on Halloween 2015. Dubbed “A New Dawn,” the show featured songs from their last two studio … Continue reading

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