Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal Reviews

  • Combination Head – Museum

    After phenomenal, ELP-ish, self-titled album (“Combination Head”) and very solid “Progress?”, Paul Birchall & his fellows released their 3rd studio disk called “Museum”. Just as...

  • Three Monks – Neogothic Progressive Toccatas

    Three Monks is a new Italian band which dares to push the limits of mixing progressive rock & classical music further than anybody before. For...

  • Gerard – Ring of Eternity

    After long (6 years!) break Toshio Egawa & Co. comes back to life with another fantastic album – “Ring Of Eternity”. This time he took...

  • Aisles – The Yearning

    There’s been no denying that the progressive rock scene has since spread beyond the confines of North America and Western Europe to the rest of...

  • Lalo Huber – Lost in Kali Yuga

    Lalo Huber is a very skillful keyboardist well-known from Argentinian band “Nexus”. His first solo album is quite similar to music presented by his main...

  • Bondar & Wise – A Live Legacy

    Bondar & Wise is an obscure American duo which seemed to gain some sort of recognition as a live act in mid 70s. However from...

  • Duncan Mackay – Chimera

    Duncan Mackay is a sadly forgotten British keyboardist who recorded two solo symphonic prog rock albums back in 70s along with few disks together with...

  • Jack Dupon – Démon Hardi

    Just like Jethro Tull and Pink Floyd (“by the way, which one’s Pink?”), Jack Dupon is not a solo artist, but a French quartet whose...

  • The Triumph of the 16 Deadly Improvs

    This is a based project that has produced 5 records over the last 15 years. This CD was put together from one 2½ hr session...

  • Olekranon – Bilal

    I have no idea how many CDs this project has produced but I have reviewed a few of them. This is probably some of the...