Select Page

Category: Albums

Mask of Prospero – Hiraeth

This album has been three years in the making but is well worth the wait. I hope we don’t have to wait another three years for the next release, because this is another great Greek story.

Read More

Avandra – Prodigal

This new release is certainly a progression, they are obviously not afraid to experiment, so it will be interesting to know what’s in the pipeline.

Read More

MMXX – Sacred Cargo

“Sacred Cargo” is an album that will please many fans of melancholic doom metal. Such a powerful debut deserves a follow-up!

Read More

Avatarium – Death, Where Is Your Sting

“Death, Where Is Your Sting” is a mesmerizing album full of highlights, crafted by musicians who are not afraid to experiment, yet also manage to turn these experiments into excellent songwriting.

Read More

Sede Vacante – Conium

Conium is a very good example of the genre. The music has a harder edge than some other symphonic metal bands. I hope they keep that part of their compositions but also continue to include some softer tracks because that works.

Read More

Lorna Shore – Pain Remains

In these dark times everyone has their own way of coping. For me, music helps and sometimes that includes extreme music. The precision is jaw dropping and the arrangements are unpredictable and satisfying. The band seem to strive to better themselves constantly and it remains to be seen where they go next.

Read More

Haven of Echoes – The Indifferent Stars

Everything Paul touches seems to turn to gold and his accomplice Andreas appears to have the same ability. So, this partnership has quality stamped all over it. “The Indifferent Stars” is a fine addition to the catalogue of both musicians and who knows, we may see more from them. I certainly hope so.

Read More

An Abstract Illusion – Woe

The creative effort, challenging topic and gargantuan scale of the delivery can only secure a place for “Woe” as one of the strongest contenders for the 2022 album of the year.

Read More

Ardarith – Home

There is a hint of album no. 2 and if the quality of future material is up to the standard of “Home” it will be worth waiting for.

Read More

Warforged – The Grove | Sundial

I feel like the band stayed true to the weird, ruthless concoction of sonic witchcraft and mad science that made their debut so savage, but they decided to take their listener’s risk of heart failure into account on this one.

Read More

Soilwork – Övergivenheten

There you have it, Soilwork has delivered the goods once again on “Övergivenheten”. I wish more bands would sound so inspired so many years into their career!

Read More

Stormbound – December

At the end of the album, it feels like you ran a marathon, been transported through many places and even different eras, as if you were on a proper adventure, and you’re left with a beautiful sense of finality.

Read More

Anthea – Tales Untold

What we do have here is a talented set of musicians with plenty of great ideas. That should stand them in good stead for the future.

Read More

Arch Enemy – Deceivers

This is a cracking album from one of the stalwarts of the metal world. Arch Enemy are another band that I need to keep an eye on now.

Read More

Aronious – Irkalla

“Irkalla” follows the band’s unique brand of unstable, constantly shifting progressive tech-death, but it seems updated both in virtuosity and composition from its predecessor.

Read More

Atomic Symphony – Hybris

While it is probably not the most innovative or surprising work I’ve heard, it is authentic, exceptionally well produced, and delivered by a tremendously talented group of musicians who really knew how to come together in their craft.

Read More

Greylotus – Dawnfall

While I still struggle to take most of it seriously, I absolutely love hearing it. If you want everything you believe about the world to be proven wrong, be sure to spin “Dawnfall”.

Read More

Conjurer – Páthos

Conjurer manages to make an album that captures everything I loved about “Mire” and expands upon it with more melody, more experimentation, and top tier compositions.

Read More
Loading

Progtalks by The Progspace

Listen to our newest episode right here!

Progtalks by the Progspace
Or tune in on your favorite podcast app!

What’s Hot?! – Our latest Weekly Playlist

Releases of the Week – Spotify Playlist

A lot of news happen on Facebook: FOLLOW US!

About us

ico-2 We’re a group of Prog-lovers who started a journey to share with you our thoughts about albums, concerts, tours and festivals, the photo galleries of the Prog concerts we visit, as well interviews with upcoming or established musicians or prog-related people. Follow our Facebook page for frequent updates and news around the Progniverse.

Read more…

Archives