All posts tagged "review"

  • Herd of Instinct – Conjure

    In the late spring of 2011, the self-titled debut album by Herd of Instinct  – a hitherto unknown outfit named after the only album by Talk...

  • Therion – Les Fleurs Du Mal

    There aren’t too many bands out there that can say they have been around for a decade, let alone a quarter of a century. For...

  • David Lazar Galić Of Draconic: 2012 Year In Review

    David Lazar Galić is the bassist of Belgrade’s modern metal outfit Draconic, who occasionally works as Prog Sphere’s columnist. This article is David’s look on...

  • The Former Life – Electric Stillness

    The Former Life is a band fuelled by the musical partnership and chemistryof Matteo Ballarin and Andrea De Nardi, two young proggers with a vested...

  • Metaphysics – Beyond the Nightfall

    Progressive metal may be a something of a stagnant genre nowadays, but there’s still great quality to be found. Metaphysics is an Italian group that...

  • Alphataurus – AttosecondO

    Almost forty years ago, a little-known band called Alphataurus released their self-titled debut to the world. Although they are still arguably little-known (largely due to...

  • Nine Stones Close – One Eye On The Sunrise

    Although there was never point where I found myself outright disliking it, I found myself less enthusiastic about Nine Stones Close’s first album “Traces” (second...

  • Yugen – Mirrors

    Founded in 2004 in Milan (Italy) by guitarist/composer Francesco Zago and AltrOck Productions mainman Marcello Marinone, Yugen (a core concept of  Japanese aesthetics that can...

  • douBt – Mercy, Pity, Peace & Love

    Three years after the release of their debut, Never Pet a Burning Dog (with Canterbury legend Richard Sinclair guesting on three tracks), multinational trio douBt are...

  • KingBathmat – Truth Button

    In the modern scheme of progressive music, alternative rock now plays as much of a popular influence on the scene as do the style’s traditional...