Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal Reviews

  • Blackfield – The Assembly, Leamington Spa, 06/04/2011

    Let’s be honest here, I would say around 90% of tonight’s audience are here because of the Steven Wilson connection, and 5% are probably fans...

  • Ayahuasca Dark Trip – Mind Journey

    Much suitable for the phrase “Dark Trip”… AYAHUASCA DARK TRIP can be the conductor into dark / stoner trips. A multi-national (Peru – Brazil –...

  • Big Block 454 – Bells & Proclamations

    When it comes to the weird and wonderful realm of avant-prog, there are two general ways a band can go. The first is that of...

  • Brian Ellis – Quipu

    Brian Ellis must be a very busy man. This album that we have here is a solo outing by the guitarist of Astra, where he...

  • Hills – Master Sleeps

    Welcome to the second release of these Swedish psychedelic/space rockers. After their previously released self-titled album, published by Sulatron Records, Hills put this one behind...

  • Until Sunrise – Until Sunrise

    As a popular and increasingly crowded form of progressive music, the realm of post-rock has expanded far beyond it’s underground roots, now flowing into parts...

  • The Shadow Theory – Behind the Black Veil

    Essentially a supergroup founded and assembled by Psychotic Waltz/Deadsoul Tribe frontman Devon Graves, The Shadow Theory was forged from an aspiration to bring together the...

  • Neuromist – Move of Thought

    From a miniscule Eastern European republic that has only garnered recent musical attention for their dance-pop Eurovision contestants, one might not expect a death metal...

  • Stranger Aeons – eNneagon

    It’s not every day I get to hear a band from Lithuania. However, with this band’s EP ‘Lost’, I was first introduced to the music...

  • Misanthrofeel – Emptiness Within

    Having gone on a hiatus from full-length releases in favour of shorter EP experiments, the dark ambient project Misanthrofeel is back with another development in...