Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal Reviews

  • Letters of the Lost – Walk With Us

    It was on September 24th 2014, almost 2 years since the day, that Letters of the Lost released their debut EP Merkio.  Since then, the Miami metalcore/hardcore chaos inciters...

  • Shikaka – Ocean of Blood

    Being a fan of extreme heavy metal can certainly broaden your vocabulary. Self-described Swedish death metallers Shikaka define their sound as horror death metal. The...

  • Oak – Lighthouse

    It seems like Norwegians Oak embraced the cold climate they have up there on the north, and transcended that coldness through the music on Lighthouse,...

  • Necromimesis – Empty

    The Middle East is not an easy place to be an artist right now that’s for certain, but that clearly hasn’t stopped Iran’s Saeed Nasiry...

  • Gorguts – Pleiades’ Dust

    Death Metal is often branded by many as unlistenable garbage, played too fast and brutal to make any sense. But despite these negative connotations, this...

  • Soulhenge – Anachronism

    Progressive metalcore outfit from Luxembourg, Soulhenge just released a new EP, Anachronism, on May 20. The band is a technically proficient, inventive unit that adeptly...

  • Family Animals – I Must Have Missed It

    Scranton, Pennsylvania prog rock band Family Anmals have travelled a long way since the band’s debut release back in 2010. Last year, the band put...

  • Koronal – Flicker Away

    Take all your prejudices out about the djent genre and extended range guitars, and let’s focus on the music itself. Flicker Away is the debut...

  • The Mercury Tree – Permutations

    The Mercury Tree are another of those bands that create great music but they do not get enough recognition for that. The unique mix of...

  • Lost Poets – Insubordia Pt. II

    Perhaps I’m showing my tastes here more than anything, but my experience of the Swedish music scene has been limited mostly to progressive rock, jazz,...