Tag: progressive rock

1 December 2022 / Reviews

Berlin collective, R3VO, formed in 2019 with a loose devotion to the heavier bands from the progressive rock spectrum. On their debut EP, they aim to plant a foot in…

18 November 2022 / Reviews

How do you follow up one of the finest albums of the last decade? That’s the question facing Devin Townsend after 2019’s sensational Empath record, and it’s one that invites…

1 November 2022 / Metal

You’d think Ontario quintet, Taking Balfour, were beneficiaries of a multi-album contract from a major label after one listen to their sophomore effort. Do you remember when heavy metal bands…

28 September 2022 / Reviews
30 August 2022 / Dark

You should be worried when a metal band stop listening to their Black Sabbath records in favour of The Beatles. Dawnwalker produced one of the finest progressive/post-metal albums of 2020…

25 August 2022 / Experimental

Portland multi-instrumentalist, Andrew Stromstad, is a man of eclectic tastes and coherent vision. As the mastermind of the debut Box album, the Oregon resident accepts no limitations on his creative…

17 August 2022 / Experimental

How and why Quebec became the epicentre of technical death metal is hard to answer, but the Canadian province can boast Gorguts, Beyond Creation, Neuraxis, Beneath the Massacre and Augury…

6 July 2022 / Experimental

Kyle Neeley and Paul Christiansen formed Pathos & Logos in 2018 after their main musical project went into hibernation. As an instrumental duo, they piqued the attention of the prog…

16 May 2022 / Reviews

Pure Reason Revolution astonished the rock world with their triumphant 2020 comeback album, Eupnea, and earned glowing reviews for their revitalised sound, including a gushing appraisal from Scream Blast Repeat.…

21 March 2022 / Metal

Italian experimental quartet, Messa, are a group that excite the metal underground as much as the prog rock sphere. Formed in 2014, they released two acclaimed albums (2016’s Belfry and…