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Month: June 2019

Ascend the Hollow – Echoes of Existence

“Echoes of Existence” raises some very interesting and serious moral questions that challenge the listener, as well as exploring issues that today’s society, a lot of times, purposely avoids facing. These questions and issues are wrapped in solid musicianship, which makes for a captivating listen.

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The Odious – Vesica Piscis

After many years The Odious are back with their weird flavor of progressive metal, pulling all the stops with “Vesica Piscis”. This album is an unabashed show of contrasts. Restraint vs. self-indulgence, melody vs. dissonance, aggressive vs. soothing, modern vs. classic, and everything happening at once throughout the whole 50 minutes. A definite must listen and a great comeback from the Portland guys.

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The Resonance Project – The Resonance Project

To conclude, The Resonance Project came out of nowhere with a record reaching a level of creativity I have never seen anywhere. Everything about this record is phenomenal, from the musicianship to the production, and this album definitely stands out as one of the best debut albums of the whole modern progressive scene. 5/5★

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Head With Wings – From Worry To Shame – The Album Piano Medley (Exclusive Premiere)

Head With Wings are celebrating the one year anniversary of their debut album”From Worry To Shame”! To celebrate, the band decided to revisit their music with the help of keyboardist extraordinaire Vikram Shankar to create hauntingly beautiful piano covers. The Progspace invites you to discover ‘From Worry to Shame – The Album Piano Medley’ featuring Vikram Shankar.

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Avandra – Descender

“Descender” puts Puerto Rico on the map of progressive metal, and it adds an exclamation mark. The songwriting is diverse and full of ideas, the musicianship is always spot on. Avandra is definitely a band to keep an eye on in the next years! 4/5★

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