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Month: September 2020

PreHistoric Animals – The Magical Mystery Machine (Chapter 1)

In their music melodies are first, with a strong rhythmic foundation and its organic sound, the right amount of atmospheric synths, crunchy guitars and soul-filled solos, the superb voice from Altzar and his vocal arrangements. This makes everything on The Magical Mystery Machine (Chapter 1) one of the best albums of the year.
5/5★

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Bolt Gun – Begotten

Listening to this album in the small hours of the night is truly something else. The sound compliments the peacefulness of the night but keeps the tension of the feeling that something might be lurking from the darkness.

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Ayreon – Transitus

“Transitus” is another great addition to the Ayreon discography, and anyone looking for an engaging, musical concept should not ignore this.

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Q&A with Rendezvous Point

The Progspace had a fun chat with Rendezvous Point fresh off from the stage at PROGPOWER EUROPE 2019 in Baarlo, The Netherlands. Watch the full interview right here! 

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Bismarck – Oneiromancer

“Oneiromancer” is not your average doom/sludge/whatever record and proves it with its diversity in the sound and interesting theme. The only bad thing I can say about it is that it’s only 35 minutes!

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Gazpacho – Fireworker

In the absence of their live performances, this excellent album should keep you satisfied for now. Gazpacho remain vivacious, evocative, and imaginative after all these years and long may that continue.

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Neal Morse – Sola Gratia

From the first notes of “Sola Gratia” to the last, this album has everything Neal Morse is known for and more, and contains some of the “freshest” sounds we’ve heard from him in quite some time.

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Progcast 074: Ihsahn

Norwegian legend Ihsahn called us from his family cabin in the woods to talk about his brand new EP “Pharos” on Episode 074 of the Progcast.

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Fatal Fusion – Dissonant Minds

Fatal Fusion really comes into their own with their longer, extended compositions. They never lose the grip on the listener and manage to create a varied and diverse experience, while maintaining a red thread for you to follow. There really is an abundance of haunting melodies or catchy hooks on “Dissonant Minds”.

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Rohan Sharma – 18

This album sounds like a professional piece of art that could easily top many releases from well-established prog bands and artists.

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Thurisaz – Re-Incentive

The band pulls you into their musical world from the first notes, and don’t release you from the beautiful soundscape until the last keyboard notes have faded out.

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Döda Havet – Tid och rum

After several listens, it starts to become clear how rich and detailed the music of Döda Havet really is. The songs are all layered with delicate melodies supported by a warm hearty pulse perfectly applied on top of a rock-solid rhythmic foundation.

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