All posts tagged "Prog Sphere"

  • Affector – Harmagedon

    Sure, like so many of their contemporaries, these progsters are following in the footsteps of Dream Theater, but does this truly do a disservice to...

  • ICHABOD: Boston Psyche/Sludge Act Drop Most Expansive Album To Date

    Following more than a decade of perpetually mutating and expanding their unique style of rock/metal, Boston-based ICHABOD release their most progressive album to date with Dreamscapes From...

  • Janel & Anthony – Where Is Home

    Janel Leppin and Anthony Pirog are two accomplished multi-instrumentalists who grew up in Vienna, a charming Northern Virginia town that is part of the Washington...

  • ANAAL NATHRAKH: Decibel Magazine Premieres “Todos Somos Humanos”

    Today, Decibel Magazine offers up the inimitable ear-laceration that is “Todos Somos Humanos” from Birmingham blackened grindcore miscreants, ANAAL NATHRAKH. The tune comes from the band’s forthcoming Vanitas...

  • GALAHAD To Headline Proguphoria Festival

    Galahad will headline the inaugural Proguphoria festival at Mr Kyps in Poole on October 20. The five-piece outfit top the bill after releasing Beyond the...

  • ZODIAC Stream Album On Revolver

    German classic-minded rockers ZODIAC are streaming their acclaimed debut album “A Bit of Devil,” out Monday (Oct. 22), at REVOLVERMAG.com. Head HERE now to listen to...

  • CASTLE Debut New Music Video

    Doom metal trio CASTLE have completed their newest music video for “Storm Below the Mountain,” a track from their new album “Blacklands.” The video, which...

  • AEON ZEN Sign With Nightmare Records

    English progressive-metallers AEON ZEN are back with their latest opus entitled Enigma,which is an ambitiously creative and powerful concept album featuring nine continuous tracks showing the strengths...

  • Rush – Clockwork Angels

    As my readers may have noticed, in the past two years or so I have refrained from writing reviews of high-profile releases, preferring to direct...

  • Synergy – Sequencer

    Electronic pioneer Larry Fast’s second album is a neoclassical exploration that verges on the ambient. Along with others such as Jean-Michel Jarre and Vangelis, Synergy...