Category Archives: Progressive Metal

Riverside ~ Wasteland

  I’m going to start this post off by saying this will be on my Best of 2018 list. As usual, this progressive band from Poland knows how to make great music. There are moments when the vocals don’t work … Continue reading

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Aeon Zen ~ Ephemera ~ Game Of The Year Edition

  I really like this band…but, this album did let me down a little. Don’t get me wrong, I love the music, but, I don’t want to hear parts of a story between songs. I guess I’m suppose to play … Continue reading

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BEST OF 2017 MUSIC

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! There was so much good music that came out in 2017, so, I will give you some to give some listening to. These all came to me in 2017, so, if a 2016 release slipped … Continue reading

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Devin Townsend Project ~ Transcendence

  Another fine piece of music from the Devin Townsend Project as he takes you on another journey through progressive rock. The album starts off slow through “Truth”, then pounds your head going into “Stormbending”. The rest of the album … Continue reading

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Fates Warning ~ Theories Of Flight

Fates Warning brings us their 12th studio album in 2016. A great musical album from this band, which brings you their blend of progressive metal & rock. Jim Matheos, who is the only original founding member, writes all of the … Continue reading

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Dark Sarah ~ The Puzzle

  After a long 2 minute buildup of the first track titled “Breath, this album jumps into a much heavier sound. Featuring the voice of Heidi Parvianen of Amberian Dawn, this Symphonic Metal band jumps up the notch a bit. … Continue reading

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