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REVIEW: Onsegén Ensemble – Fear

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It is not an everyday occurrence that a genuinely unique prog-oddity from the far north of Finland manages to challenge the weirdness factor of...

REVIEW: White Walls – Grandeur

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Romania may not be the most metal country in the world, but there are still many bands that play variations of this type of...

Interview with White Walls — “We feel like this is the...

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With the release of their new album, “Grandeur,” which comes after a few long years of radio silence, the time has come to catch...

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: Derek Sherinian – The Phoenix (Musicalypse Archive)

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Derek Sherinian is a prolific American keyboard wizard, whose name might not instantly ring a bell, but you're certainly prone to have a vague...

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...

(1980) Yes – Drama: Anniversary Special

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With a significant lineup change - singer Jon Anderson and keyboardist Rick Wakeman leaving the band and THE BUGGLES' very own vocalist Trevor Horn...

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

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LONELY ROBOT is the solo project of English singer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer John Mitchell, best known as member of ARENA, IT BITES, KINO, and...

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: Rantama – Rantama

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During the lonely lockdown days, one has had to find some wholesome ways to stay occupied. For me, this meant working through my list...

REVIEW: Voivod – EP: The End of Dormancy

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Charles Mingus was an American jazz legend, whose unique style drew on such diverse musical sources of inspiration as gospel, blues, free jazz, and...

REVIEW: Long Distance Calling – How Do You Want to Live

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"Curiosity is a real bastard," reverberates an utterly convincing male voice against the backdrop of an ominous synth drone, and soon the soundscape is...

REVIEW: Kansas – The Absence of Presence

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Who doesn't know hits like "Dust in the Wind" and "Carry On My Wayward Son?" These songs were seen as the staple of progressive...

REVIEW: Frost* – EP: Others

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Since the release of their third album, "Falling Satellites," it's been relatively quiet in the FROST* camp. The band recently announced that their brand...

Interview with Kansas — “Let’s figure out ways that we can...

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With a legendary career spanning nearly five decades, KANSAS has firmly established itself as one of America’s iconic progressive rock bands and are now...

Interview with Haken — “We’re not bouncing around three chords.”

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British progressive rockers HAKEN will release their new studio album, "Virus," on 5 June 2020. We had the chance to sit down and talk to vocalist Ross Jennings...

REVIEW: Haken – Virus

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London-based sextet HAKEN recently announced the release of their new album, "Virus," to be out on 5 June 2020 through InsideOut Music. The concept...

REVIEW: Joviac – Here and Now

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Haven't heard yet of the Finnish progressive metal act JOVIAC? You aren't the first - we were introduced to the band through their label,...