Having just released their new album, Onirica, we sat down with Nottingham prog-metal band Fjords to get their thoughts on the top bands of the genre. Read their picks here.
Oriental-infused progressive metal band Myrath are set to release their brand new album Shehili on 3rd May, via EarMusic so we spoke to Zaher from the band about the album, their influences and how they create their expansive, progressive sound.
Led by Sacred Oath frontman Rob Thorne, Connecticut-based progressive metal quartet Soundscape have just released a brand new single called “Paradox”.
A unique entry in Seventh Wonder’s catalog, Tiara may be a more accessible release, and thus an easy way to hook in new fans, but veterans of their progressive metal tradition will surely like this as well. Out now on Frontiers Music.
PureGrainAudio and South Africa’s Plug Music Agency are at it again! This time they are bringing out UK prog-rock band Temples On Mars for their first-ever tour in South Africa in 2019!
Out now via Century Media Records, Phronesis is Monuments at their best and is a must-buy for any fans of progressive metal.
Connecticut-based progressive metal quartet Soundscape — back with new music as of Friday, April 13th — have debuted the lyric video for their new single “Insatiable”!
Toronto prog metalers The Slyde have declared May 18th as the release date of their first full-length album Awakening.
I wrote all that nonsense just to say this: this band knows what’s up. If you have any respect for yourself, you’ll listen to it and smile, or smirk, depending on what kind of person you are.
Progressive metal band Dream Theater were in Toronto this past Sunday at The Sony Centre and the crowd was absolutely pumped!
It’s hard to say who fans were really here to see tonight. I’d like to think it was the complete package, but even if this wasn’t the case, each band delivered a live performance worth seeing.
Long Island, New York’s socially-forward progressive metal group, Consonance, have debuted their hot new single “II. Ad Quod Damnum”.
Female-led, five-piece, Los Angeles rock band The Longing are proud to premier their latest music video for “Come On,” the empowering anthem for International Women’s Day 2017.