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GALLERY: 4.4.2024 Nexus & Vola @ Supremo, Mexico City

Check our photo gallery of Nexus and VOLA in Mexico City here...

4.4.2024 Nexus & Vola @ Supremo, Mexico City

We were there to witness progressive metal outfit VOLA's first show in Mexico with support act Nexus. Read our live report here...

REVIEW: Today Was Yesterday – Today Was Yesterday

Due out on February 23rd, 2024, via Music Theories Recordings / Mascot Label Group, Today Was Yesterday's self-titled debut is a treasure trove of just this sort of audio delicacy. Read the complete review here...

Interview with Gardenhead — “We all listen to different kinds of...

We recently chatted with prog outfit Gardenhead about the release of their self-titled debut album. Watch the complete interview here...

REVIEW: Steve Hackett – The Circus and the Nightwhale

Marking his 30th solo effort overall, legendary guitarist Steve Hackett is releasing a new album, "The Circus and the Nightwhale" on February 16th, 2024. Read the review here...

REVIEW: Gardenhead – Gardenhead

Finnish alternative/Progressive rock newcomers Gardenhead are releasing their eponymous debut album this Friday. Check our review here...

REVIEW: The Solar Expedition – NOW

As it happens, January is traditionally a month of dead calm in the music business, so it is a good opportunity to rummage through the crates of independent releases that came out last year. We checked out

50 times prog didn’t let us down in 2023

Many of our staff, dubbed 2023 the year of prog! Here is a list of the 50 times prog didn't let us down in 2023 with plenty of great albums to listen to if you consider yourself a proghead! What prog albums were your favorite this year?

REVIEW: Somehow Jo – Scales and Details

In Autumn 2022, Somehow Jo released their third studio album, "Scales and Details," which slipped through our radar. Read our review here...

REVIEW: Rainburn – Vignettes

We recently stumbled across Indian progressive four-piece Rainburn's new album, "Vignettes." Read our review here...

1.10.2023 Euroblast – DAY 3 @ Essigfabrik, Cologne

Euroblast's third and final day included bands like Atlas, Hypno5e, Allt, Future Static, Earthside, and Leprous. Read our report here...

Interview with Trevor Rabin — “My voice can be the glue that...

We chatted with Trevor Rabin about his new solo record, "Rio." Watch the complete interview here...

THE VINTAGE CARAVAN to Release Live Album “The Monuments Tour (Live)”...

The Vintage Caravan to Release Live Album “The Monuments Tour (Live)” on October 13, 2023, via Napalm Records. More info here...

REVIEW: Edward Reekers – The Liberty Project

Dutch vocalist Edward Reekers is releasing his first solo album in 15 years on August 4th, 2023, via Music Theories Recordings/Mascot Label Group. Check out our review of "The Liberty Project" here...

GALLERY: 17.5.2023 Johan Lenox & Polyphia @ Fabrik, Hamburg

We went to see Johan Lenox and Polyphia in Hamburg. Check out our photo gallery here...

REVIEW: Yes – Mirror to the Sky

Less than 2 years after the release of "The Quest," legendary progressive rock outfit Yes come out with new release, "Mirror to the Sky," read our thoughts here...

Interview with Yes — “The band is in a very good...

We chatted with keyboardist Geoff Downes of Yes about the upcoming album, "Mirror to the Sky." Watch the complete interview here...

REVIEW: Drott – Troll

The side-project of Arve Isdal and Ivar Thormodsæter, along with Matias Monsen - Drott - have a new album, "Troll," coming out on May 19th via By Norse Music. Check our our review here...

(2003) Opeth – Damnation: Anniversary Special

It's always fun to look back on prog classics of yesterday, so today we've cracked open Opeth's "Damnation" for its 20th anniversary to see how it stacks up! Read this classic album review here...

REVIEW: The Abbey – Word of Sin

The Abbey are a progressive doom ensemble from Finland, with their new release, "Word of Sin," coming out via Season of Mist on February 17th. Check out our review here...