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Yes – The Quest

So, after a decade is “The Quest” a great album? I would say no, good but not great, it’s interesting and enjoyable in parts, bland in others.

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6:33 – Feary Tales For Strange Lullabies – The Dome

“Feary Tales For Strange Lullabies – The Dome”, 6:33 marks a step higher in musicianship, composition and craziness, as well as opening a new path in this chaotic world the band created. They streamlined the story making it easier to grasp (if that is possible?) as a concept album – though certainly, it is closer to a wild modern urban rock opera than a traditional concept album. I think the only thing that is a constant about this band: they don’t hold their horses in any aspect, unashamedly free of tags or musical boundaries.

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Progtalks Interviews Aeon Zen (Rich Gray) – Ep. 23

Rich Gray, multi-instrumentalist and mastermind of UK based progressive metal band is our guest on this episode of the Progtalks. We talk about the history of Aeon Zen, their new (and sadly last) album “Transversal”, and also our favorite one-song albums.

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Progtalks Interviews Leprous – Ep. 20

Einar Solberg from Norwegian art rockers Leprous joins guest host Dario Albrecht this week on the Progtalks to talk about the unusual genesis of their new album “Aphelion”, the challenge of writing a song guided by fans and the role of guitar solos in prog music.

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Progtalks Interviews Konom – Ep. 14

Dan and Tom from UK band Konom are the guests on this weeks Progtalks with Uncle Prog! They released their great self-titled debut in February, and we discuss the themes and music on the album as well as the inspirations that go into creating the sound of Konom!

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Leprous – Bilateral & Coal Weekend (Apr. 10 – 11)

Leprous delivered once again an unforgettable weekend by playing their albums Bilateral and Coal in their entirety. The weekends double streaming live from their hometown’s Notodden Theater have been a successful idea, and I was not going to miss my favorite Leprous album played live!

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Caligonaut – Magnified as Giants

This album, whilst complex in its segments remains overall accessible to the listener as it weaves between classic prog, whilst maintaining a modern feel which together never ages or dates this release. It’s much like meeting a long-lost friend you haven’t seen for years, but they have come of age in the intervening years and are all the better for it.

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Perfect Storm – No Air

Perfect Storm has created an impressive debut album, and it would surprise me if they do not storm forward on the progressive rock scene with “No Air”.

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