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Releases of the Week – 04 December 2020

Releases of the Week – 04 December 2020
In addition to our Sunday’s What’s Hot?! Playlists where we collect all the latest singles and music videos for you, this is the format to highlight all the album and EP releases of this week – as friday = release day. Happy listening!

Releases of the Week

Frostbitt – ‘Aurora’ (“Frostbitt”, Nov. 30)

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Veil of Secrets – ‘The Last Attempt’ (“Dead Poetry”, Nov. 30, Crime Records)

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Paul Sadler – ‘Sketches of Nothing’ (“Soon to Be Absorbed”, Dec. 1)

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PAMPS! Les Pamplemousses Ethyliques – ‘Caracas’ (“Ozymandias”, Dec. 1)

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Growth – ‘Cigarette Burns’ (“The Smothering Arms of Mercy”, Wild Thing Records)

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Pothamus – ‘Viso’ (“Raya”, Consouling Agency)

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Green Druid – ‘A Throne Abandoned’ (“At the Maw of Ruin”, Earache Records)

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Tiger Moth Tales – ‘Blackbird’ (“The Whispering of the World”, White Knight Records)

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Dawnwalker – ‘The Wheel, Pt. 1’ (“Ages”)

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Cryptodira – ‘What Can’t Be Taken Back’ (“The Angel of History”, Good Fight Music)

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TDW – ‘The Pulse’ (“The Days the Clock Stopped”, Layered Reality Productions)

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Vanden Plas – ‘Under the Horizon’ (“The Ghost Xperiment – Illumination”, Frontiers Music)

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Red Cain – ‘Sunshine (Blood Sun Empire)’ (“Kindred: Act II”, Asher Media Relations)

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Blackfield – ‘Under My Skin’ (“For the Music”, Kscope)

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The Advent Equation – ‘Patterns of Spiraling Reality’ (“Remnants of Oblivion”)

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Soilwork – ‘A Whisp of the Atlantic’ (“A Whisp of the Atlantic” EP, Nuclear Blast)

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Iamthemorning – ‘Cradle Song’ (“Counting the Ghosts” EP)

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Max Mobarry – ‘Teaser & Samples’ (“Daysore” EP)

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Oldblood – ‘Kuebiko’ (“Arms to the Sky” EP)

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Defamed – ‘Aeon’ (“Aeon” EP)

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We Too, Will Fade – ‘My Dying Friend’ (“Everything Falls Apart As It Should” EP)

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Ad Infinitum – ‘Marching on Versailles (Acoustic)’ (“Chapter I: Revisited”, Napalm Records)

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Avatarium – ‘Moonhorse’ (“An Evening With Avatarium”)

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Neal Morse – ‘He Must Go to the Cross’ (“Jesus Christ the Exorcist (Live at Morsefest 2018)”, Frontiers Music)

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Sigur Rós – ‘Dvergmál’ (“Odin’s Raven Magic”, Krunk)

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Dario

Dario

Co-Founder of The Progspace - Dario discovered the world of Prog upon hearing "Shine on you crazy diamond" for the first time at the tender age of 12 around the turn of the millennium. Coming from a musical family and brought up with classical music, this seemed to be the logical next step. Attended the school of www.progulus.com from 2002, delving into both directions: catching up with the history of already more than 30 years of progressive music as well as always staying up to date with the newest prog sounds. He loves meeting like-minded people and enjoying live music at a concert somewhere in Europe.

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