Poem has the professionalism, stage presence, talent, and songwriting skills of a much bigger act, and I can only hope that festival organizers and the progressive community will give them the attention they deserve in the future. On the way out of the venue there were a lot of smiling faces and happy audience members, all in all, a night to remember.Read More
A very interesting package, consisting for two bands led by two of the best Dutch female voices out there – Epica with Simone Simons and Anneke van Giersbergen’s new band Vuur – and the oriental metal of Myrath from Tunisia. Definitely one of the concert highlights of 2017!Read More
With all the surprises, strong support (or co-headliner) acts and a Leprous performance that seemed out of this world, the “Malina” tour ranks on the top of the list of 2017, for some (like our Munich reviewer Dario!) even leaving behind the likes of the Ayreon Universe shows and Shattered Fortress, both among the highlights of the concerts roster of 2017 in Europe. Leprous are superstars, and deservedly so.Read More
A cold night in Berlin as one of the most influential and successful modern progressive metal bands calls it quits. Textures decided to have a farewell tour throughout Europe, called Last Miles to the Moon, to say goodbye to their fans with some excellent shows.Read More
The Progspace’s North German base in Flensburg is not known to be a hot spot for progressive music, and so it came a bit as a surprise to us when we found out Evergrey from Sweden would stop by for a show in Flensburg’s Roxy club.Read More
People from all over the World, from more than 50 nations, witnessed what truly was a once-in-a-lifetime experience: The music of Arjen Anthony Lucassen, celebrated on three consecutive nights by the finest dutch musicians, an armada of 16 singers, many of them singing their original roles from the Ayreon metal operas. Almost 10000 people went to Tilburg (NL) for a weekend to be part of an outstanding moment in rock history! The Progspace had to be there!Read More
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