All posts by Conor Fynes

  • Space Apaches – Smokin’ Voyages

    Now here’s a bait-and-switch if ever I’ve heard one. A band name like Space Apaches, paired up with the cosmic album cover comes with certain...

  • Opium Denn – Demarkation

    Pink Floyd. Blue Oyster Cult. Porcupine Tree– you know the sort of bands I’m talking about; these are groups who paired spacey atmosphere and a...

  • viseMenn: Personal Backgrounds

    viseMenn may be a relatively new name to the progressive music scene at large, but they consist of some very experienced musicians. Coming from backgrounds...

  • viseMènn – Begging You Please

    With the opening notes of “Begging You Please”, I was almost convinced I was hearing another blackgaze band a la Alcest from Norway’s viseMènn. Hazy...

  • VILE DISPLAY OF HUMANITY: Loud and Live

    Vile Display of Humanity prove that an old trick can still back a punch. Here’s a band that finds a home at the familiar crossroads...

  • Vile Display of Humanity – Vile Display of Humanity

    Vile Display of Humanity found their sound at an oft-travelled crossroads of genres. Hardcore punk, thrash and even grind; the three are familiar accomplices to...

  • Delta Deep – Delta Deep

    You can’t keep a cook out of the kitchen for long. Def Leppard may be unveiling their latest full-length a month from now, but they’ve...

  • SIDEWAVE: Spacey Interludes

    Los Angeles based space rockers Sidewave are ready to launch their new album “Glass Giant” on October 5th. About it, and other things, Prog Sphere’s...

  • THE UNRAVELLING: Clear Vision

    Calgary experimental duo, The Unravelling returned this year after the five-year break with their second studio album titled “Tear a Hole in the Collective Vision.”...

  • Sidewave – Glass Giant

    There are certain sounds that feel rooted in a certain period, yet simultaneously feel timeless in their appeal. 18th century classical music is one of...