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Psychomancy – Divine Archetype

This is melodic progressive death metal for those who don’t like their musical experience to be too brutal.

A lone album amongst the underground!

Releases of the Week 29/2021 with Erdve and more…

At The Gates – The Nightmare Of Being

“The Nightmare Of Being” is one of the most interesting albums in the At The Gates catalogue and one that I will keep returning to for its musical craftsmanship.

Vokonis – Odyssey

These guys know how to play their instruments. The riffs and solos from the guitars are just amazing and man how I do love the drumming. Constant energetic, thriving and powerful!

Progtalks Bonus: Prognerding with Trond Gjellum – Ep. 17

Bonus Episode – The Progtalks is taking a summer break, but here is a little bonus episode we shot earlier in the year with Trond from Suburban Savages and Panzerpappa. Listen to us nerd out about progressive music in the ’80s and ’90s and the state of the genre today.

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At The Gates – The Nightmare Of Being

“The Nightmare Of Being” is one of the most interesting albums in the At The Gates catalogue and one that I will keep returning to for its musical craftsmanship.

Vokonis – Odyssey

These guys know how to play their instruments. The riffs and solos from the guitars are just amazing and man how I do love the drumming. Constant energetic, thriving and powerful!

Midhaven – Of the Lotus and the Thunderbolt

The release of this latest piece of excellence certainly won’t do them any harm. This multi genre experience has been most enjoyable and I look forward to hearing from them again soon.Track listing:

Fractal Universe – The Impassable Horizon

There are no fillers here, just 52 minutes of superb, technical, melodic, progressive metal. If they continue to develop their sound, they will become an even more formidable force than they already are.

Progtalks

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Progtalks Bonus: Prognerding with Trond Gjellum – Ep. 17

Bonus Episode – The Progtalks is taking a summer break, but here is a little bonus episode we shot earlier in the year with Trond from Suburban Savages and Panzerpappa. Listen to us nerd out about progressive music in the ’80s and ’90s and the state of the genre today.

Progtalks Interviews Terra Odium – Ep. 16

One of Uncle Prog’s favourite musicians visits the Progtalks! It’s Øyvind Hægeland from Terra Odium. Together they explore his history as a vocalist with Manitou, Spiral Architect and of curse the brand new album “Ne Plus Ultra” he just released with Terra Odium!

Progtalks Interviews Fractal Universe – Ep. 15

This week Vince from Fractal Universe is the guests on the Progtalks! Their upcoming album “The Impassable Horizon” releases this Friday, and Vince tells us about the themes explored on the album, and how the music of this French quartet is created.

Progtalks Interviews Konom – Ep. 14

Dan and Tom from UK band Konom are the guests on this weeks Progtalks with Uncle Prog! They released their great self-titled debut in February, and we discuss the themes and music on the album as well as the inspirations that go into creating the sound of Konom!

Progtalks Interviews Azure – Ep. 13

This week Uncle Prog is talking to the lovely Galen Stapley and Chris Sampson from Azure. Their next album “Of Brine And Angel’s Beaks” will be out on the 11th of June, and we talk about the creation of the music and the fantastic mythos of Azure.

What's Hot?!

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Best of What’s Hot?! – May 2021

This is our monthly Best of What's Hot?! YouTube Playlist, highlighting the best music videos of the previous month. Watch our YouTube Playlist right here!The VideosAviations - ‘Captain No Beard’ (“The Light Years”, 2018) https://youtu.be/CRwRkpaDdQU (click here if...

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Odd Circus premiere Arch Nova video

Odd Circus’ music explores the suspension of space and time navigating a boundary-less sonic landscape that embraces the unknown and welcomes the bizarre. The result is an experimental style of psychedelic art-rock that weaves its way into garage, fusion, krautrock,...

The Progfiles

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The Progfiles Archives: May 2021

Vietnamese traditional progressive metal, French djent, progressive/technical death-metal and cinematic post-rock, American 70’s inspired prog-rock, a lesser-known true gem of British early prog, some Swedish doomy prog and much more in this month’s Progfiles Archives.

The Progfiles Archives – Promotour April 2021

This month Progfiles Archives is here for your reading and listening pleasure. This time it’s a “Promotour” edition, put together by The Progspace writer, and Progfiles host Cees, focusing on brand new progressive music releases of all styles and sub-genres. So if you are up for discovering a diverse selection of new music released over the last few months, this is the place you want to be.

The Progfiles Archives: March 2021

Grievously overlooked progressive artrock by Olivia & the Random, powerprog by Dakesis, modern progressive folk by James Lindsay, prog-thrash by Paranorm and a look back to the seventies with classic band Gryphon.
There should be something for absolutely everyone in this edition of Rune’s Progfiles Archives.

The Progfiles Archives: February 2021

A new song by UK band Konom, great Italian Prog by Logos and feel-good music by Norway’s MEER are just some of the highlights of the February edition of Rune’s Progfiles!

Concert Reviews

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An Evening with Baard Kolstad – Live Streaming

It was just a matter of time for drummer-extraordinaire Baard Kolstad to do a live-stream drum clinic. But not just any: hosted by his longtime friend and fellow drummer, Simen Sandnes, this was more a gathering of friends, present in the studio and online. Talking about his career and style and seasoned with playthroughs of some of his band’s songs as well as special covers.

Leprous – Bilateral & Coal Weekend (Apr. 10 – 11)

Leprous delivered once again an unforgettable weekend by playing their albums Bilateral and Coal in their entirety. The weekends double streaming live from their hometown’s Notodden Theater have been a successful idea, and I was not going to miss my favorite Leprous album played live!

Leprous – Malina & Pitfalls Weekend (Feb 20-21)

After watching these 2 showss, is clear that Leprous is at their best stage form. Despite the halt in concerts worldwide, they have not really stopped playing together and have kept rocking every studio or stage they enter. Be sure to catch their next Weekend streaming for “Coal and Bilateral” albums!

Fleshgod Apocalypse - Live at Bloom Studio

Fleshgod Apocalypse – Live at Bloom Studio

We have watched a few of these online events, and I thought this was the best one so far.  At roughly 75 minutes long, there was a feeling of real quality about this one.