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Spires – A Parting Gift

The band weave grand tapestries with sound, and manage to make their complexity sound easy and accessible, something that is quite a feat in itself. I will definitely be returning to “A Parting Gift” on a regular basis, and I could not recommend it highly enough to anyone who has more than the slightest interest in progressive music. Get hold of this album! 5/5 ★

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Behind the scenes of Prog: Interviewing digital artist Wayne Joyner

Take a sneak peek behind the scenes of our most loved bands ! We at The Progspace are interviewing the talented artists who allow the bands we love to sound and look so good. We will explore different fields (sound, light, management, technician, promotion …) in a series of interviews over this year. Wayne Joyner, digital artist / light and visual wizard opens this series. Enjoy!

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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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Kingcrow – The Persistence

Few times I listen to an album that I’m sure will be in my top 5 of the year. This is exactly what happens every time with “The Persistence”. Yes it is THAT good. Kingcrow is a band that without much noise in the prog world, have slowly established themselves among the best out there. 5/5 ★ Van

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Lechuga – The Search Pt.3: The Hypothesis

Artists like Benjamin Lechuga deserve just more than some few lines of recognition. He (and his band of very talented musicians) deserve the attention of every prog outlet out there! This is a musician that bursts quality and dedication on every note. A flowing, eclectic but homogeneous mix of progressive elements with jazz and funk grooves that doesn’t really relate to world music: this is progressive metal of a different kind! 4.5 ★ /Van

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Sons of Apollo – Psychotic Symphony

There is something else from this band, that even if so damn close to the classic Dream Theater sound, it makes Sons of Apollo totally different and a band to follow. After all, every musician have their own very well developed sound and personalities and coming from different musical backgrounds and experiences. In any case, the result of this mix is as best as we get: a solid band and a solid album. They have not invented the wheel, and are not even close to perfect it, but the new paint they added to it fits very, very well! 4/5★

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Q&A with Kim Olesen from Anubis Gate

Q&A with Kim Olesen from Anubis Gate. Presented by The Progspace. Fueled with coffee, Kim talked about Anubis Gate most recent album “Covered in Black” writing process, the band’s history, touring, life, work, and about the progressive and metal scene in Denmark and Europe among other interesting stuff.

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