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REVIEW: The Tea Party – Blood Moon Rising

The Canadian rockers from The Tea Party are back again with a new release, "Blood Moon Rising," out via InsideOut Music on November 26th. Read our review of this alternative-rock comeback here...

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

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

REVIEW: Frost* – Day and Age

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...

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

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

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

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

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)

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)

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)

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

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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