Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal Reviews

  • 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...

  • Steven Wilson – Transience

    Transience is one of the most baffling albums I’ve ever come across. I’m trying to think now, actually, and I can’t think of another that...

  • The Unravelling – Tear a Hole in the Collective Vision

    It is the ultimate irony with industrial music: Artists will use the sounds and timbres of the modern world as a means to ultimately condemn...

  • Therein – Nobelium (2015)

    Therein is an Australian progressive metal band based in Brisbane. Their music is heavily influenced by Frank Zappa, but they also list artists such Opeth,...

  • Renaud Louis-Servais Group – Epic Circus

    French guitarist and composer, Renaud Louis-Servais and his group return this year with their sophomore full-length titled “Epic Circus,” an album which sees the band...

  • Telergy – Hypatia

    Telergy, a project of multi-instrumentalist and producer Robert McClung returned this year with their new, third studio album titled “Hypatia.” The record tells the story...

  • STEVEN WILSON Live at Vogue Theatre, Vancouver – 20.06.2015.

    In any discussion regarding Steven Wilson these days, it’s practically inevitable that the current state of prog rock also receive mention. In more ways than...

  • Malacoda – Malacoda

    Formed sometime last year by the multi-instrumentalist Lucas Di Mascio, Malacoda is a brand new Canadian heavy metal band but highly influenced by many other...

  • Leprous – The Congregation

    It’s been two years since Norwegian prog sensation Leprous released their fourth album “Coal” in May 2013. I am not entirely sure how long it...

  • Teradélie – ZaRoots

    Teradélie is a very singular artist, who seems nonetheless obsessed by the “Za” syllable, the only common denominator to all her albums. Developing her creativity...