Tag: Progressive

Cover art by Don Rico

Neil Merryweather & The Space Rangers – Kryptonite Review

Before we dive into the record, let us take a moment to just bask in the glory of that album art. The cover is important: It’s that first impression; the welcome banner that adorns the

Autarkh ‒ Form In Motion Review

To a certain subset of metal fans, Dodecahedron’s two albums were among the most original, daring, and truly adventurous works of extreme metal in recent years. Dissonant black metal met electronics, industrial, a progressive, unpredictable

As Ever, This Is The Golden Age – An Interview With Wobbler

Last Rites’ graybeards and greenhorns alike share an abiding love of the classic styles. Likewise, we appreciate and even revel in all that shiny new shit at the cutting edge. As such, we reject the

Herzel – Le Dernier Rempart Review

[Cover artwork by Flog Diver | Illustration & Design] From the perspective of an American fan, one of the true benefits of enduring these many years and still holding true to rabid fan status after

Turbulence ‒ Frontal Review

What’s in a name, anyway? In the case of Lebanon’s Turbulence, the initial impression was just of a makes-you-think kinda name for a band playing a rather heartfelt form of prog, but there was more

夢遊病者 (Sleepwalker): “Boundless Love / Resilience” Track Premiere + Interview

We never notice the final breath we take before we fall asleep, yet we can rationally assume that there is a point between a measured inhale and exhale, a point where wakefulness surrenders itself into

Paranorm ‒ Empyrean Review

The movie Heavy Trip tells the story of Finnish band Impaled Rektum (because of course), who basically only exists in one member’s basement for more than a decade, constantly playing their favorite covers and loving

Mystery, Myth, Wit, And Spit: Rush’s Moving Pictures At 40

By the time Rush released Moving Pictures early in 1981, they’d already completed a major phase shift from blues-based hard rock to full on prog rock and then produced no fewer than four indisputably classic