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Category: TPS Presents

Head With Wings – From Worry To Shame – The Album Piano Medley (Exclusive Premiere)

Head With Wings are celebrating the one year anniversary of their debut album”From Worry To Shame”! To celebrate, the band decided to revisit their music with the help of keyboardist extraordinaire Vikram Shankar to create hauntingly beautiful piano covers. The Progspace invites you to discover ‘From Worry to Shame – The Album Piano Medley’ featuring Vikram Shankar.

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Matterhorn – Aura Noir (Exclusive Single Release!)

The Progspace proudly presents ‘Aura Noir’ is the new single by Norwegian Avant-Garde progressive act Matterhorn. The song revolves around a dark aura (reflecting its title) and develops an interesting mix of raw instruments and electronic soundscapes with soft melodic vocals.

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Soul Secret – Learning to Lose (Exclusive Official Video Premiere)

Here at The Progspace we proudly present the most recent video of “Learning to Lose” from italian progmetal band Soul Secret! The video was recorded by the band themselves live on stage during the first edition of former “Very Prog Festival” (now called “Ready for Prog? Festival”), at the Metronum in Toulouse on October 2018.

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Arkentype – Rosetta (Exclusive Official Video Premiere)

The Progspace Exclusive Release! We are super stoked to host the exclusive premiere for the video of Arkentype’s new single “Rosetta”. A huge step forward in this band’s young and promising career! The song reflects how this young band has matured into a fully grown modern progressive metal band, ready to leave their mark in the genre.

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A Dying Planet – Missing (exclusive lyric video premiere)

Exclusive lyric video premiere for ‘Missing’, the second single taken from A Dying Planet’s upcoming debut album “Facing the Incurable”, to be released on August 14, 2018. A Dying Planet is the new band led by the talented Tipton twins, known for their work with Zero Hour, Cynthesis and Abnormal Thought Patterns.

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