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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

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)

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

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

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

"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

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

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...

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.”

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

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

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,...

REVIEW: Sinisthra – The Broad and Beaten Way

Finnish rock band SINISTHRA has been in various stages of existence since 1999 and released their debut album “Last of the Stories of Long...

Interview with Hällas — “We will carry the banner of Hällas.”

Swedish adventure rock act HÄLLAS recently released their new album "Conundrum." We had a chance to meet up with the band and discuss the...

REVIEW: Wishbone Ash – Coat Of Arms

Fifty years ago, WISHBONE ASH first caught attention with the release of their debut album "Wishbone Ash." Ever since, the band has been a...

REVIEW: Hällas – Conundrum

HÄLLAS is a Swedish progressive rock act. While the band was founded in 2011, we're pretty confident the band has somewhat teleported themselves from...

REVIEW: Marko Hietala – Pyre Of The Black Heart

Having a break from his main band NIGHTWISH, Finland's most legendary bass player MARKO HIETALA saw an opportunity to record his very own solo...

REVIEW: Leprous – Pitfalls

Norwegian progressive heroes LEPROUS are about to release their sixth full-length album “Pitfalls” via Inside Out Music/Century Media Records. After the critical acclaim received...

29.9.2019 Litku Klemetti @Kuudes Linja, Helsinki

LITKU KLEMETTI’s progressive, sometimes a bit schlager-inspired, rock music appeared to me the first time a few years ago. The song “Progetyttö” on Spotify's...

REVIEW: Opeth – In Cauda Venenum

REVIEW: Opeth - In Cauda Venenum Usually words come easily to me. I listen to an album on repeat, for quite some time, and the...