Welcome to Prog Sphere Hall of Fame

Prog Sphere Hall of Fame

There is always a lot of going on here at the Prog Sphere headquarters. We tend to bring you many interesting and great features, thus we thought that forming our own Hall of Fame is exactly that. So, how Prog Sphere Hall of Fame works?

The whole concept is based on a friendly competition between the chosen bands (or call them nominees) that are battling for the title. The bands are divided in four categories (from some reason we tend to call them divisions). These are: classic division, crossover division, tech division and fusion division. There is 64 bands, so when you divide this number with the mentioned 4 divisions, you get that there are 16 bands in each of the divisions. Simply as that.

The winners of divisions will be faced in the big semi-finals in the way that the winner of the classic division faces the winner of the fusion division, and the winner of crossover division faces the winner of the tech division. And as you guess, the big finals will see the winners of these “duels.” It’s not that complicated.

The winners are chosen by public voting, what means that you will be giving your votes to your favorites and the one who has more votes in a “duel,” goes to the next round.

Finally, who are the selected artists? You can check the draw charts below.

The voting for the first round goes public on Monday, May 26th and will be open for three days.

Classic Division

Prog Sphere Hall of Fame - Classic Division

Fusion Division

Prog Sphere Hall of Fame - Fusion DIvision

Crossover Division

Prog Sphere Hall of Fame - Crossover Division

Tech Division

Prog Sphere Hall of Fame - Tech Division

Nikola Savić is a prog enthusiast, blogger and author, in addition to being the founder of Prog Sphere, Progify, ProgLyrics and the ongoing Progstravaganza compilation series.

1 Comment

  1. Movpe

    May 25, 2014 at 7:45 pm

    Haken shouldn’t be in the tech division

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