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Q&A with Arjen Lucassen

Arjen Lucassen welcomed us to his home via webcams and we had a lovely conversation with the dutch hippie about his new album as Ayreon: “Transitus”. Love, horror and betrayals instead of Sci-Fi, finding Tom Baker (legendary “Dr. Who”) as the narrator and Mike Mills taking over his heart… all this and more on this new Q&A here in The Progspace!

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Okyr – Premorbid Intelligence

With most of ‘Premorbid Intelligence’, we find Okyr still looking for their own path in music – and the longer the album lasts, the more we get an idea of how that could look like.

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Join us for The Progspace Online Festival!

The first THe Progspace Online Festival will take place on October 23rd and 24th 2020 featuring Exist Immortal, Rendezvous Point, Maraton, Kyros, Arkentype, Avandra, Glass Mind, Ihlo, Azure, PreHistoric Animals, Abraham Sarache and Tryon.

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Manticora – To Live to Kill to Live

While still holding true to their style, Manticora managed to write an album of its own character and reach levels of masterful prowess in quality that will likely push their name further into the world of prog and metal.

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Pain of Salvation – Panther

A great album to start for the new listener, and at the same time an album that the avid fan needs in their collection of Pain of Salvation albums. Panther neatly fits into the long list of amazing albums Pain of Salvation released, while deftly putting its progressive foot down on some new, previously undiscovered ground.

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