Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal Reviews

  • Mogwai – Special Moves

    Usually I do not give live aelbums much attention, but after hearing a few highly positive comments about post-rock band Mogwai’s only official live concert...

  • The Grand Astoria – Omnipresence

    How many of you know a friend that has a band that you’re sure is gonna be “the next big thing”? That’s kind of what...

  • Enoch – The Hierophant

    RAIG Records has done it again. Of all releases I received in their latest package, Enoch‘s The Hierophant seemed as the most dense, kind of...

  • Vangough – Game On!

    Having spent many a childhood afternoon tied to my Super Nintendo with a controller, many of the classic video games I played still bring up...

  • Ulcerate – The Destroyers of All

    Although much extreme metal being released nowadays seems to be content with emulating the works of past giants, there will always be those bands out...

  • Hiromi Uehara – Voice

    I think Hiromi Uehara is one of the most important names in jazz fusion in early 21st century. Unlike many other artists she continues to...

  • Vokokesh – Dr. Hofmann’s Bicycle Ride

    Great to see Richard Franecki and the guys back with a new Vokokesh album and what a cool one this is. The CD features 7...

  • Deathspell Omega – Paracletus

    Originally producing a much more primal brand of black metal in their earlier days, French avant-metal act Deathspell Omega has come a long way from...

  • Blotted Science – The Machinations of Dementia

    To put it simply, this is the most accomplished technical metal release ever created. While the genre of technical progressive metal has gotten a bad...

  • Graveyard – Hisingen Blues

    This album has attracted a lot of attention this spring. After a very successful self-titled debut released in 2007 on Transubstans Records, this Swedish group...