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Review by UMUR — "Visitations From Enceladus" is the debut full-length studio album by UK, Leeds based progressive death/thrash metal act Cryptic Shift. The album was released through Blood Harvest Records in May 2020. Cryptic Shift formed in 2012 (originally as Crÿptic Shift) and have released a string of minor releases (demos, singles, and the […]
Review by UMUR — "The Eternal Resonance" is the debut full-length studio album by Swedish progressive death/black metal act Sweven. The album was released through Ván Records in March 2020. Sweven was formed in early 2020 by former Morbus Chron lead vocalist/guitarist Robert Andersson. Morbus Chron split-up in 2015 after releasing an EP and two […]
Review by kev rowland — 2017's 'In The Passing Light of Day' was seen by many PoS fans as possibly their best release since their heyday, and with the return of long-time guitarist Johan Hallgren to a band which had been incredibly stable in the previous six or so years, expectations were high. However, not […]
Review by siLLy puPPy — And although almost a week after Easter 2021, a new egg has hatch in the coop of the eccentric BUCKETHEAD who has taken on another weird trait of releasing his PIKE series out of numerical order with PIKE 291 - FOGRAY coming out before any sign of #s 290 and […]
Review by Second Life Syndrome — Originally published on theprogmind.comI'm always impressed when a band can balance old and new, fresh and classic, ambience and rhythm. The Emerald Dawn are very good at this. Their fourth album "To Touch the Sky" released on March 20th, and I think it might be my favorite from them.Let […]
Review by octopus-4 — Usually I don't review singles, but this one deserves some words.It's nothing more than an acoustic effort of Sir David with some strings arrangements and a chord sequence reminding of Fat Old Sun, just much more melancholic, but I think this is going to become an important song as it's effectively […]
Review by DamoXt7942 — Pretty tasty. I love such a so-called uncategorized polylogical soundworld. A British act ORCHESTRA OF THE UPPER ATMOSPHERE (OUA) have been active as sorta 'studio-oriented musical collective' for about a decade. This album "Theta Five" was released as their 'fifth' (as the title says) album of their 'Theta' concept in 2020, […]
Review by kurtrongey — Proggers are suckers for an expert and elaborate forgery. This guitarless, keyboard-led power trio from Norway have just the thing to slot between your Le Orme and Triumvirat albums. They did it - they got the drum micing and the tape saturation just right. I think if somebody had handed me […]
Review by bartymj — 'Six Degrees of Separation' is the concept that on average, all people are six or fewer social connections away from each other. This album is a perfect demonstration of that fact, providing a direct link between the co-writers of one of the greatest prog tracks of all time, Jon Anderson & […]
Review by friso — Argus is a Dutch neo-progressive group that started as a Wishbone Ash tribute group. When Frans Nooijen (keyboards, vocals) joined the band started working on new material. 'The Outsider' is the second album of this band. The band does offer those twin guitars and rockin' vibes we know from Wishbone Ash, […]
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