Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal Reviews

  • Oceans of Slumber – Aetherial

    I don’t remember when was it last time when a metal album made me shout “Wow!” (unless we don’t count the new Mastodon release, but...

  • Septa – The Lover

    Hailing from Ukraine, a band that describe their music as alternative rock, Septa are actually more than that. The alternance of clean and harsh vocals...

  • Disappearer – Disappearer

    Hailing from Portugal, Disapearer is a one-man Project lead by Pedro Coelho Pereira. This is loud and massive instrumental music in which occasional vocoderized voices,...

  • Teradélie – BlacKolZa

    With a versatile and diverse chant (sung words or just vocalized chant), at times reduced to sung poetry (“Peut-être demain” and “Surexposition”), and a dark...

  • Cheeto’s Magazine – Boiling Fowls

    First album of the nutty band Cheeto’s Magazine, Boiling Fowls is a blend of humour and pastiche. In fact, although delivering a progressive music, they...