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Author: Andrei Dan

Lycania – My Kingdom Come

If you too want to get rid of all that cheap supermarket symphonic metal and nourish your ears with some healthy organic goodies, then I strongly recommend Lycania’s debut record.

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Ayreon: 01011001 – Live Beneath the Waves. 15-17 September 2023. Tilburg, The Netherlands

During the third week of September, the Dutch city of Tilburg became Ayreon city. It welcomed around 15,000 guests from over 60 countries, all there to enjoy “Ayreon 01011001 Live Beneath the Waves”. The Progspace was there! Some of our team members experienced it from the camping grounds to the main events. Here you will find a recount from the different members of our team who witnessed the massive event on different places and days. 

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Stortregn – Finitude

I was expecting an exciting competition for tech-death supremacy to emerge towards the end of the year, as the release date to “Finitude” grew closer.  What I didn’t expect, however, was that this album was going to shatter the bar and go play in a league of its own.

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Blackbriar – A Dark Euphony

As a prog fan, I always like to hear new things and get some surprise factor, but in Blackbriar’s case, the formula hasn’t yet become redundant and I’m perfectly fine with another album following this recipe.

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Alkaloid – Numen

On top of the fact that it is excellently put together as a modern death metal album, “Numen” might also be one of the most diverse and multi-faceted extreme metal releases I’ve come across!

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Tegmentum – Evolvement

Despite having sat through a bunch of technical death metal albums since the beginning of this year, I can easily say that Tegmentum dropped the most brutal album of 2023 so far. And it will be a very difficult one to top.

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Kallias – First Ascent

“First Ascent” is an extraordinary display of clever composition, diverse technical abilities and ingenious combinations that stands as a unique voice in the progressive death metal scene! 

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Distention – Nothing Comes From Death

Distention does a great job of bringing together the old and the new, and I can totally see it as a gateway for the older generations of metalheads to familiarize themselves with the new wave of tech-death, or vice-versa.

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Atomic Symphony – Nemesis

Despite only 5 tracks summing less than 40 minutes of run-time, “Nemesis” comes across as a convincing progressive metal effort that takes the listener on a complex emotional journey.

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Structural – Decrowned

Structural’s sophomore effort wastes no time and takes no prisoners. It is a relentless display of punchy and creative death metal with just enough variety to turn their craft into a maelstrom of sophisticated badassery!

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Arkona – Kob’

Arkona remain unmatched in their craft of the dark arts, and their latest offering is a true feast of misanthropic majesty. 

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Demon King – Vesania

Demon King’s debut was an instant dose of satisfaction for me. And after sitting through a couple of streams of “Vesania”, the only thought process that I can expect went behind this one is “Let’s do it again… but MORE”.

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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.

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