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Author: Luis Gerardo

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 Progspace List 2018

In 2018 we had an extraordinary number of quality releases, a real feast for all progressive music fans and lovers. As our team grew up, this list is a tad longer than before and it reflects very well how many releases were top of the top on so many diverse progressive genres mashups or combinations, or if you prefer, progressive sub-genres. From melodic to djent to doom to prog-death to piano-chamber music. There’s a bit for everyone! These are the favorites of our Progspace crew – our very personal short “best of” list, if you want – purely subjective, of course!

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Chronicles from Euroblast 2018 – Day 1

Euroblast 2018 was my chance to visit the festival during all 3 days. This festival attracts a very diverse crowd of music enthusiasts and musicians, ranging from pop-tinged progressive rock all the way to brutal technical death metal. The important thing is that the musicians involved are on the top of the class, both musically and personally. Read more to follow my full chronicle of these 3 days full of progressive awesomeness.

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Julien Deyres talks about Gorod’s new album ÆTHRA

We were lucky to have a nice chat with frontman Julien Deyres from French progressive/technical death metal band Gorod and discuss the process behind their upcoming album “ÆTHRA”, from concept to recording and mixing, as well as a few words about their upcoming European tour with Beyond Creation, Entheos and Brought By Pain.

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