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Interview With Instrumental Prog Metal Band GEPH

Earlier this year I heard about one of the most intriguing new prog bands on the scene, Boston’s GEPH who play a highly intricate form of instrumental progressive music that features just a drummer and two guys who play that crazy looking tapping instrument, the Chapman Stick! If you haven’t seen this instrument, it’s been […] 

Album Review: Alarion – “Waves Of Destruction”

It does seem that we’ve now reached the era where anyone with great musical ideas and conceptions can produce masterful works and even get some of the best talent out there to work on their projects. And with the reach of humble zines like this one and many others, the word can definitely get out […] 

Thanks For a Great Four Years!

This is my farewell post for this great project that I’ve been working on the past four years. It’s been a great ride and I’ve met a lot of passionate fans and musicians but unfortunately the time and $ commitment is just too much and unless this site can actually become profitable it’s just too difficult […] 

Interview With Drummer Andy Edwards from Kiama

Have you guys been checking the hot new U.K. prog rock band Kiama? They’ve just released their debut album Sign Of Four to much acclaim in the prog rock world for their energetic and very polshed melodic style. The band’s made up of musicians from many well-known bands and features Rob Reed (Magenta/Kompendium), Andy Edwards […] 

Progressive Metal New Releases: March 11, 2016

Welcome to this week’s new release post and as usual, we’ve got a ton of great melodic progressive metal including new albums from Australia’s Future Corpse, Canadian band Bushwacker, Finland’s Solarhall, Italian bands Elysium and Virtual Symmetry, International solo artist Abraham Sarache, the astonishingly inventive new album from Spain’s Obsidian Kingdom, and the rerecording of U.S. […] 

Interview With Guitarist Jason Schultz from Chicago Progressive Metal Band Monolith

One of the things we love about this running this webzine is how we get continually exposed to so many bands that we might never have heard of before. And it’s just great to hear a band that’s starting out and just kills it from the get-go!  A good case in point is the Chicago band Monolith […] 

Indie Prog Metal Band Of the Month for March 2016 – Lebanon’s Turbulence

Our Indie Band of The Month feature for March is the Lebanese progressive metal band Turbulence whose debut album Disequlibrium came out recently and we mentioned at the time “that  we can’t help but love their passion, compositions and superb playing all around. Disequilibrium is a one of the best and most emotionally powerful melodic, heavy progressive debuts we’ve head all […] 

U.K. Alternative Prog Band Orca Continue To Explore The “Space” Of Prog Rock With New Single ‘Aquarium’

(March 6, 2016) – “Described as a “cracking band” and praised for their “excellent production values” by music blog Progrockmusictalk, UK-based alt-rockers Orca have proven to be on top of their game. As pioneers and creators of the mysterious domain of ‘space metal’, the five-piece is steadily stepping up to the music industry’s spotlight. Their fascination […] 

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