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  Quote Ghost WhistlerQuote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Topic: The Wake: Voivod
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It’s a matter of preference whether you consider Voivod a prog metal band, or not. But if you are into prog metal you should check this out. One of their most accomplished efforts ever, a spinning mass of angular Crimson+Floyd+Motorhead awesomeness that transcends all their influences – like all good bands.

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I really like VoiVod´s War And Pain – Angel Rat -albums, but in Outer Limits they turned a little bit boring, I lost my interest and haven´t listened any their albums after that. Not been very into metal last years, but maybe I try this someday…

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  Quote Ghost WhistlerQuote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 minutes ago at 11:58

I like Outer Limits actually. Their really early stuff is a bit too heavy for me. Once you get to Nothingface they really hit a stride. Negatron is a step backwards but Phobos is wonderful.

They are a totally unique band that’s why I like them

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101 Dimensions Curated by Emma

Time Vortex  Dr Who is Coming

Broadcast   22nd September 2018

  1. Brian Hodgson – Tardis take off
  2. Tangerine Dream – Ricochet pt 2
  3. Future Sound of London – Everyone in the World Is Doing Something Without Me
  4. Delia Derbyshire – Dr Who Theme (pilot)
  5. MC Russell – Into The Future
  6. Tropic of Cancer – One Left
  7. Timeshard – King Canary’s Peculiar Time Chariot
  8. Ian Boddy & Marcus Reuter – Beacon
  9. Brian Hodgson – TARDIS, Extra Power Unit Plugged In
  10. Mark Jenkins – Gravity Waves
  11. Orbital – Initiation
  12. System 7 – Strange Beings (Collaboration with Daevid Allen)
  13. Gershon Kinsgley – Popcorn
  14. Syndromeda – Botox
  15. Lost Radiance – On a Planet far away 1 & 2
  16. Brian Hodgson – Tardis Computer
  17. John Dyson – Tempus Fugit
  18. Duncan Patterson – Eternity pt 1 to 3
  19. Tomita – The Sea Named Solaris
  20. Vangelis – Mare Tranquillitatis
  21. Vangelis – Albedo 0.39
  22. Brian Hodgson – Tardis lands

 

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THE PROGRESSIVE TRACKS SHOW #279
(More Discoveries)

There’s so much music being released in the progressive rock world these days, that it’s difficult to keep up. But you don’t have to struggle… if you have someone doing the digging for you (yes, that would be me). So let’s explore this wide and wonderfully proggy musical world… together!

Take time to relax, put on some headphones, and immerse yourself in some quality new progressive rock. It may well be the most illuminating part of your day.

Remember, you can access podcasts of any previous Progressive Tracks Show at: http://www.progzilla.com/?s=progressive+tracks (there are 119 now!).

– Mike “ProgTracks” Pollack

Email: ProgTracks@KPTZ.org (Comments are always welcome)

PLAYLIST:

  • Built For The Future – “The Great Unknown” composed by Patric Farrell from The Great Unknown – Single on Built For The Future
  • Chafouin – “L’hopital Kanfrout” from Bon Débarras on Epice Records
  • Emmerhoff & The Melancholy Babies – “Boreas” from Circle Six on Apollon Records
  • Jhimm – “Decay (The Mind)” composed by Jason Himmelberger from ADSR1 on Independent
  • Monobody – “Former Islands” from Raytracing on Independent
  • Jumble Hole Clough – “Platitudes Prohibited” composed by Colin Robinson from Bats Tidied Up Heliport on Independent
  • So Far As I Know – “Grimwood” from Fragments: Disclosure on Independent
  • So Far As I Know – “Confluence” from Fragments: Disclosure on Independent
  • Vespero – “Sublumerian” from Hollow Moon on Tonzonen Records
  • Chafouin – “Le Pouvoir” from Bon Débarras on Epice Records
  • Jumble Hole Clough – “The Rain’s The Same” composed by Colin Robinson from Bats Tidied Up Heliport on Independent
  • Emmerhoff & The Melancholy Babies – “Desert Ritual” from Circle Six on Apollon Records
  • The Valium Brothers – “Peyote” from Karma Culebra on Independent
  • The Dalton Correction – “Yarara” from Beware of Yarara on Possible Records

If you have comments (always welcome), or suggestions for show topics/music, feel free to contact me anytime via email:  ProgTracks@KPTZ.org

But first… enjoy the show!

Mike “ProgTracks” Pollack

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The Prog Mill Long Ones Special #9 – first broadcast on Progzilla Radio on Sunday 23rd September, is now also available to listen to anytime or download as a mp3.

Just 6 epic progressive rock tracks in 2 hours with music from Apogee, Hollowscene, Southern Empire, Ranest Rane, Mystery and Big Big Train.

Back next week with another Prog Mill Long Ones Special before we return to normal in October.

On this week’s Prog-Watch I’m finishing up my coverage of the prolific keyboard maestro, Mr. Clive Nolan! There will be chat about his more recent endeavors, and plenty of great music from his collaboration with Oliver Wakeman, his theater-oriented project Caamora, and, of course, Arena! (In fact, there will be quite a bit of Arena, including a generous helping from the new album Double Vision!)
If you missed Part 1 you can find it here: http://progwatch.com/522/

This news story was originally published here: https://www.prog-sphere.com/specials/salvations-end-album-exclusive-premiere/

Exclusive: Michigan Prog Metal Band SALVATION's END Present "The Divine Wrath of Existence"

Coming out this Saturday, September 22nd is a debut full-length album by Michigan progressive metal group Salvation’s End. Titled The Divine Wrath of Existence, the 12-track album is available for streaming in full exclusively via Prog Sphere ahead of its launch. Check it below.

Commented guitarist TJ Richardson, “The inspiration for ‘The Divine Wrath of Existence’ came from our love for bands within the progressive metal realm, and our desire to tell a good story. The creative process was pretty simple. I had a small collection of songs that had been written for the album and one bonus track. I sent the songs with rough drum ideas to Jeremy, who then programmed the drums, and once we finished drum tracking, Kane and I started to track guitars and bass in my home studio. After that, we brought in vocalist Rob Lundgren (who we discovered on YouTube) to sing on the album, which was awesome. He’s one of my favorite modern metal vocalists, and getting the chance to work with him was an honor.

The Divine Wrath of Existence is technically a concept album which tells the story of a being called the Traveler. He’s lived for centuries and has seen the rise and fall of humanity multiple times, only to repeat the cycle again. The album covers topics that we as people tend to go through in one form or another. “The End of Innocence” was written about suicide, while “Crimson Sunrise” is about fighting for what you believe in.

Salvation’s End already have a few things in the works, including a cover song the band did with singer Rob Lundgren which will be launched soon. The group already has plans for the next two releases.

We’ll be playing live as much as we can to support the record, and we hope to be able to tour and play some festival gigs soon,Richardson concludes.

The Divine Wrath of Existence is out on September 22nd and can be ordered from Amazon. For more information about Salvation’s End follow the band on Facebook and Instagram.

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Salvation's End - The Divine Wrath of Existence

The Divine Wrath of Existence Track Listing:

Death of Reason

Languorem

The End of Innocence

Crimson Sunrise

Separation of Mortality

Awakening

The Demon Within

The Crossroads of Chaos

Translucent Memory

Climb the Cross

The Storm of 1888

The Divine Wrath of Existence

About Salvation’s End:

A project that’s six years in the making, Salvation’s End is a dark spin on progressive power metal. Founded by ex-Halloween guitarist TJ Richardson, songwriting for what would become the band’s debut album “The Divine Wrath of Existence” began in 2012. Most of the guitars were written by the time Kane Bochatyn joined in 2016 on bass and the rhythm section was fleshed out.

For the next two years, revisions and recording were completed and illustrious vocalist Rob Lundgren was brought in to complete the vocal tracks that appear on the debut. In 2018, Shane Baker was enlisted as the band’s drummer and the roster was complete.

This news story was originally published here: http://www.prog-sphere.com/specials/salvations-end-album-exclusive-premiere/

Exclusive: Michigan Prog Metal Band SALVATION's END Present "The Divine Wrath of Existence"

Coming out this Saturday, September 22nd is a debut full-length album by Michigan progressive metal group Salvation’s End. Titled The Divine Wrath of Existence, the 12-track album is available for streaming in full exclusively via Prog Sphere ahead of its launch. Check it below.

Commented guitarist TJ Richardson, “The inspiration for ‘The Divine Wrath of Existence’ came from our love for bands within the progressive metal realm, and our desire to tell a good story. The creative process was pretty simple. I had a small collection of songs that had been written for the album and one bonus track. I sent the songs with rough drum ideas to Jeremy, who then programmed the drums, and once we finished drum tracking, Kane and I started to track guitars and bass in my home studio. After that, we brought in vocalist Rob Lundgren (who we discovered on YouTube) to sing on the album, which was awesome. He’s one of my favorite modern metal vocalists, and getting the chance to work with him was an honor.

The Divine Wrath of Existence is technically a concept album which tells the story of a being called the Traveler. He’s lived for centuries and has seen the rise and fall of humanity multiple times, only to repeat the cycle again. The album covers topics that we as people tend to go through in one form or another. “The End of Innocence” was written about suicide, while “Crimson Sunrise” is about fighting for what you believe in.

Salvation’s End already have a few things in the works, including a cover song the band did with singer Rob Lundgren which will be launched soon. The group already has plans for the next two releases.

We’ll be playing live as much as we can to support the record, and we hope to be able to tour and play some festival gigs soon,Richardson concludes.

The Divine Wrath of Existence is out on September 22nd and can be ordered from Amazon. For more information about Salvation’s End follow the band on Facebook and Instagram.

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Salvation's End - The Divine Wrath of Existence

The Divine Wrath of Existence Track Listing:

Death of Reason

Languorem

The End of Innocence

Crimson Sunrise

Separation of Mortality

Awakening

The Demon Within

The Crossroads of Chaos

Translucent Memory

Climb the Cross

The Storm of 1888

The Divine Wrath of Existence

About Salvation’s End:

A project that’s six years in the making, Salvation’s End is a dark spin on progressive power metal. Founded by ex-Halloween guitarist TJ Richardson, songwriting for what would become the band’s debut album “The Divine Wrath of Existence” began in 2012. Most of the guitars were written by the time Kane Bochatyn joined in 2016 on bass and the rhythm section was fleshed out.

For the next two years, revisions and recording were completed and illustrious vocalist Rob Lundgren was brought in to complete the vocal tracks that appear on the debut. In 2018, Shane Baker was enlisted as the band’s drummer and the roster was complete.

Northern Star 20th September 2018.

New Music

Northern Star – Theme

  1. Shineback – Here I am
  2. Starfish64 – Tomorrow in Darkwater
  3. Leprous – From The Flame
  4. Farcry – Black Wind
  5. Aaron Brooks – Lies
  6. Mark Rowen – The Reason Why
  7. Scarlet Inside – FOrce to FOre
  8. Hillward – Life in Serigraph
  9. IQ – Leap of Faith
  10. Jet Black Sea – Escape velocity
  11. Encircled – Smiling on the inside
  12. Napier’s bones – The heights
  13. Delta Sleep – Sans Soleil
  14. BABAL – The involuntary reflex of the terminal bastard
  15. Edensong – End times in retrospect
  16. Phideaux – The Order of protection (One)
  17. The Hypersonic Factor – The intergalactic Treehugger
  18. Halo Tora – Unthank https://halotora.bandcamp.com/
  19. Koenji Hyakkei – Phlesstitighas
  20. Galasphere 347 – The voice of beauty Drowned
  21. Ambiazok – Bird King
  22. Hawkwind – The age of the micro man
  23. Sanguine Hum – The View Pt 2
  24. ARW (yes) – Awaken

 

 

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This news story was originally published here: http://www.insideoutmusic.com/newsdetailed.aspx?IdNews=22464&IdCompany=8

Progressive rock instrumentalists GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA from Stockholm, Sweden will be releasing their newest, 5th studio album effort entitled”ET EX” on October 12th, 2018 via InsideOutMusic worldwide.

Therefore, GBS are now launching a new single entitled “The Shortcomings of Efficiency”, which also features acclaimed Swedish guitarist Henrik Palm (formerly of In Solitude, Ghost, etc.) as special guest.
Check it out here: https://youtu.be/aUuGW9GWsnU
Or here: https://gostaberlingssaga.lnk.to/ETEX

GBS commented about the track as follows:
“During a period of time back in 2017 with no permanent guitar player, we had a series of productive and inspirational writing and recording sessions together with our friend Henrik Palm, known for his work in bands such as In Solitude, Ghost, Pig Eyes and most recently his awesome solo stuff under his own name. By adding Henrik’s 10,000W brain and genre defying guitar playing to the mix, the music was instantly led to darker places, creating an interesting synergy effect of energy and melodic outbursts.

To top everything off we asked Michael Berdan from the amazing NYC noise/industrial/hardcore duo Uniform (recently turned into a trio with the addition of Greg Fox of Liturgy and Zs) contribute with something out of the ordinary to push the song over the edge.

GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA’s second single off the forthcoming album “ET EX” (release date Oct 12) – The Shortcomings of Efficiency – is one of the band’s most energetic songs to date, building on top of a different pillar than the first single while creating a whole of the eclectic GBS sound.”

Previously, GBS launched the album’s first single “Capercaillie Lammergeyer Cassowary & Repeat“ here: https://youtu.be/C9114EuateI

The “ET EX“ album was recorded throughout a year-long period from May 2017 until May 2018 in various studios with the help of producer Daniel Fagerström and mastered by Heba Kadry at Timeless Mastering (Björk, The Mars Volta). The album’s final track-listing reads as follows:

GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA – “ET EX”:
1. Veras tema
2. The Shortcomings of Efficiency
3. Square 5
4. Over and Out
5. Artefacts
6. Capercaillie Lammergeyer Cassowary & Repeat
7. Brus från stan
8. Fundament


Next to an initial Digipak CD format and the Digital Album format, “ET EX“ will also be available as 180gr. LP (with the entire album on CD as bonus) on black vinyl, but also as strictly limited runs on clear vinyl (100x copies via IOM webshop / CM Distro) and on silver vinyl (200x copies via the band directly).

Pre-order “ET EX“ it its various formats here: https://gostaberlingssaga.lnk.to/ETEX
Or here from the IOM shop: https://www.insideoutshop.de/Category/ET_EX/231?Page=1&PageSize=25&Sort=13

The music of GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA is an incredibly dynamic Nordic instrumental adventure, tilting from melodic, starkly beautiful lines shimmering like an aurora borealis over the desolate Arctic tundra, to powerful and aggressive riffs reminiscent of glacier calves crashing into rugged Scandinavian fjords. Over the years the band’s music has been compared to King Crimson, Goblin and Radiohead, mixed into their very own and peculiar sonic universe.


GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA was formed in 2000 in the Stockholm suburb of Vällingby, taking its bandname from one of the most famous works in Swedish literature, the debut novel of Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf, which was published in 1891. To date GBS have released 4 albums as follows: “Tid Är Ljud” (translated “Time Is Sound”) in 2006, “Detta Har Hänt” (translated “This Has Happened”) in 2009, “Glue Works“ in 2011 and most recentlly “Sersophane” in late 2016. While the latest release came out through the band’s own label Icosahedron Music, GBS have now teamed up with InsideOutMusic as new worldwide label partner to launch their upcoming, fifth studio album entitled “ET EX” on October 12th, 2018.

Stay tuned for more news on GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA coming soon…


GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA – Live 2018:
Sept 8 – Tivedstorp, Sweden – Electric Moon Fest
Oct 5 – Stockholm, Sweden – Slaktkyrkan
Oct 6 – Göteborg, Sweden – Truckstop Alaska
Dec 2 – Stockholm, Sweden – Södra Teatern + Henrik Palm
More dates to be announced soon…

GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA – Line-Up:
Alexander Skepp – Drums & Percussion
David Lundberg – Fender Rhodes, Mellotron & Synthesizers
Gabriel Tapper – Bass Guitar & Moog Taurus
Rasmus Booberg – Guitars & Synthesizers


GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA Online:
https://www.gostaberlingssaga.com
http://www.facebook.com/gostaberlingssaga
http://www.instagram.com/gostaberlingssaga
http://www.twitter.com/gbs_sthlm

INSIDEOUTMUSIC online:
www.insideoutmusic.com
www.youtube.com/InsideOutMusicTV
www.facebook.com/InsideOutMusic
www.twitter.com/insideouteu
www.insideoutshop.de

Graeme Murray he of thunderous bass and PALLAS OFFICIAL fame is making as solo album and has created a Patreon Page to help create the album!
Friends!! Welcome to my Patreon page!
Any fan of Pallas music will be waiting for this next step in his music career!
 
My name is Graeme Murray, I’m a Prog Rock musician based in Scotland.
You may know me better as the bass player, and co-founder of Prog band PALLAS.
Many of you will know who I am already!
Recently, we announced the cessation of Pallas as a working band. Not something I wanted, but with such a huge amount of music still within me I have decided that I want to continue writing, recording and hopefully, playing live again!!
consequently I have taken up the cudgels and I’ve started writing a solo album. I intend to keep the Pallas flame ALIVE! And to continue writing and performing music you love for as long as possible!