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NMB announce fourth studio album “Innocence & Danger” for release this...

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The Neal Morse Band has announced their newest album for an August release via InsideOut Music. Learn more here...

REVIEW: Frost* – Day and Age

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UK-based prog act Frost* are releasing a new studio album titled "Day and Age" via InsideOut Music. Read our review here...

Interview with Kayak — “Every song we record is Kayak, it...

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Over the course of a career that (so far) spans 48 years, the Dutch progressive rock act KAYAK have established themselves as one of...

REVIEW: Liquid Tension Experiment – LTE3

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In modern-day progressive rock, it seems as though there is a new supergroup born every few weeks. Be that as it may, there is...

REVIEW: Nad Sylvan – Spiritus Mundi

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There's no denying that hearing the landmark prog colossus of an album, “Selling England By the Pound,” by GENESIS for the first time kind...

REVIEW: Neal Morse – Sola Gratia

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The progressive rock of the 1970s is notorious for its indulgence in fantasy themes – knights in shining armor and such. Some of the...

REVIEW: Rikard Sjöblom’s Gungfly – Alone Together

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To say that social media has turned into an effective instrument for creating a false impression of connection is not a notion to be...

REVIEW: Tim Bowness – Late Night Laments (Musicalypse Archive)

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During the lockdown period, many artists looked into alternative ways to remain active, and No-Man man Tim Bowness did this by joining forces with...

REVIEW: Pain of Salvation – Panther (Musicalypse Archive)

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The world seems to be smitten with a new strain of madness with each passing month. While some of us would rather eagerly settle...

REVIEW: The Tangent – Auto Reconnaissance (Musicalypse Archive)

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If the name Andy Tillison doesn't mean anything, there's a chance that you've never heard of THE TANGENT. This progressive rock group was formed by the...

REVIEW: The Tangent – Auto Reconnaissance

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The world of contemporary prog seems to solidify on bands who either comply to the museum piece values of the 1970s progressive rock or...

REVIEW: Lonely Robot – Feelings are Good (Musicalypse Archive)

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What kind of a name for a band is LONELY ROBOT? I cannot help but think of the 2008 computer-animated science fiction film, Wall-E,...

REVIEW: Kansas – The Absence of Presence (Musicalypse Archive)

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American rock legends KANSAS are back again with their sixteenth release, entitled "The Absence of Presence," which follows 2016's "The Prelude Implicit." Set for...

REVIEW: Haken – Virus (Musicalypse Archive)

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HAKEN, the UK's gift to - and crown jewel of - metal, has surely kept themselves busy over the last decade. Despite being constantly...

REVIEW: Caligula’s Horse – Rise Radiant (Musicalypse Archive)

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CALIGULA'S HORSE is an acclaimed band in the neoprog community these days. Their third album, "Bloom" (2015), was a huge success both commercially and...

REVIEW: Leprous – Pitfalls (Musicalypse Archive)

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If you're looking into what's hot in prog these days, hopefully one of the first bands you'll find is LEPROUS, who were formerly known as just...

REVIEW: Devin Townsend – Empath (Musicalypse Archive)

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It's no secret that Musicalypse follows Devin Townsend pretty closely. In the past year or two, Devy has mentioned having around five projects in...

REVIEW: Fates Warning – Live Over Europe (Musicalypse Archive)

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Live releases are an endangered species in the ever-changing music industry, but much to the joy of their fans, FATES WARNING have put together...

REVIEW: Long Distance Calling – Boundless (Musicalypse Archive)

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German LONG DISTANCE CALLING was a familiar name to me from the past, as Jonas Renkse of KATATONIA and Vincent Cavanagh of ANATHEMA had...

REVIEW: Sons of Apollo – Psychotic Symphony (Musicalypse Archive)

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"For Apollo so loved the world that he gave his only 5 sons..." Or in layman's terms, DREAM THEATER alumni Mike Portnoy (drums) and...