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REVIEW: R3VO – EP: Fireflies

R3vo from Germany independently released an EP, "Fireflies," on November 16th, 2022, that really intrigued us. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Ayreon – Universal Migrator Pt.1 & 2 (2022 Remixed &...

Ayreon's classic dual-album release, "The Universal Migrator," will be re-released on November 18th, 2022, via Mascot Label Group, after its remix and remaster. Check out the full review here...

REVIEW: Banco del Mutuo Soccorso – Orlando: Le Forme Dell’Amore

Banco del Mutuo Soccorso are releasing a new album on their 50th anniversary, entitled "Orlando: Le Forme dell'Amore," due on September 23rd, 2022, via InsideOut Music. Check out our review here...

Modern Progressive Rockers THE VINTAGE CARAVAN Release New Music Video for...

Modern Progressive Rockers THE VINTAGE CARAVAN Release New Music Video for “Hell.” Check it out here...

REVIEW: Lonely Robot – A Model Life

Prog rock master John Mitchell is back with another Lonely Robot album, this time entitled "A Model Life." Set for release on August 22nd via InsideOut Music, we had to give it a listen. Read the review here...

THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA release video for brand new single ‘Black...

THE NIGHT FLIGHT ORCHESTRA - release video for brand new single 'Black Stars And Diamonds.' Watch it here...

REVIEW: Tim Bowness – Butterfly Mind

On Friday, Tim Bowness' latest offering, "Butterfly Mind" will be released via InsideOut Music. Read our album review here...

REVIEW: Derek Sherinian – Vortex

Derek Sherinian sucked us back into his sonic waters with "Vortex," released on July 1st through InsideOut Music. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Coheed And Cambria – Vaxis Act II: A Window of...

Coheed and Cambria returned with another aural episode of their saga with "Vaxis Act II: A Window of the Waking Mind." Check out our review of this concept album here...

REVIEW: The Tangent – Songs From the Hard Shoulder

Andy Tillison's progressive rock band, The Tangent, knocked the socks off our reviewer with "Songs from the Hard Shoulder," released through InsideOut on June 10th. Check out our review here...

23.3.2022 Octopie, From Grotto, & King of Sweden @ Bar Loose,...

King of Sweden hit up Bar Loose in Helsinki on the 23rd with Octopie and From Grotto. Check out the live report here...

19.3.2022 Atlas, Port Noir, & Vola @ Jäähalli Brewer’s Street, Helsinki

Though the uncertainty was real for a very long time, Vola were able to play a set at the Jäähalli Brewer's Street on March 19th. Check out the live report here...

REVIEW: Ghost – Impera

The Swedish giants of Ghost are back yet again with a new release, "Impera," out on March 11th, via Loma Vista Records. Check out our review here...

Yes launch video for “A Living Island,” taken from their latest...

Progressive rock act Yes launch video for "A Living Island," taken from their latest album "The Quest." Watch the video here...

SONG OF THE DAY: Ice of Neptune – Solitude

Today's Song of the Day is "Solitude" and comes to us courtesy of Greek-Italian alternative/progressive rock act Ice of Neptune.

REVIEW: Yes – The Quest

Progressive rock act Yes, recently released their 22nd studio effort, "The Quest." Read our review here...

REVIEW: Two Hundred Wolves – The Hold

Two Hundred Wolves are coming out with their debut full-length, "The Hold," on October 15th. Read our review here...

REVIEW: Hooded Menace – The Tritonus Bell

Season of Mist released the sixth full-length album by Hooded Menace at the beginning of this month. If you missed out on it, check out our review of "The Tritonus Bell" here...

REVIEW: Leprous – Aphelion

You'd be hard-pressed to find someone at Tuonela Magazine who isn't impressed by Leprous. Their next release, "Aphelion," will be out on August 27th via Inside Out Music. You can check out our review here...

REVIEW: Minutian – Magical Thinking

Minutian's most recent prog effort, "Magical Thinking," was released in March via Inverse Records. Check out our thoughts in the review here...