Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal Reviews

  • Turbulence – Disequilibrium

    It’s one thing to get a quality product from a source you would expect, but another entirely for one to seemingly pop out of nowhere....

  • Nio – Nio

    As much as I disdain the term ‘post metal’ for all it implies, I tend to love a lot of the music the label gets...

  • 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...

  • YesWeDo – The Missed Sanctification

    YesWeDo is a project of Cluj-Napoca, Romania based composer and multi-instrumentalist Zoltan Sebestyen, who recently released his debut full-length album “The Missed Sanctification” via Hunnia...

  • An Album That Everybody Should Hear: Mechanical Man’s “Mechanical Man”

    It’s always nice to discover a newcoming band that has hit its creative stride instantly with their debut release. Moscow’s Mechanical Man is one such...

  • 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...

  • Bugra Sisman – Until Now

    In the ocean of YouTube guitarists where only that matters are number of strings and quest for the most evil-sounding riff, it’s melody that often...

  • Ursus – The Migration

    Along with the migration crisis in Europe comes a debut EP of UK based sextet Ursus titled “The Migration.” The band is playing progressive metal...

  • Shepherds of Cassini – Helios Forsaken

    Shepherds of Cassini is a post metal/psychedelic-prog rock band hailing from New Zealand. This young group has very promising sound and the bright future based...