A must-listen for fans of progressive or technical death metal. Check out our review for Burial In The Sky’s third album ‘The Consumed Self,’ out August 13 on Rising Nemesis Records.
Renaissance man Tod Lippy introduces his brand-new LP, Yearbook, a collection of 10-tracks taking two years to complete. Talking…
From the prog rock drama of Rush to the epic pomp of Queen, Brit prog rockers Twisted Illusion pick ten of the most OTT rock songs.
Chicago’s District 97 bring the story of the “Ghost Girl” to life in this new animated short film. Check it out here.
This debut single from To Bloom demands attention from the moment it starts. The guitar and rhythm sections aren’t…
On February 22, 2020, progressive metal masters Dream Theater put on a spectacular show at London’s Hammersmith Apollo showcasing Distance Over Time and celebrating Scenes from a Memory.
Aarhus, Denmark-based progressive rock band Isbjörg just released the music video for their “Supine” single, and you’ve got to check it out.
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.
The mighty American alliance, YYNOT returned this fall with their spectacular ten-song sophomore set, Resonance. And what a gorgeous slab of solid progressive hard rock it is!
Los Angeles, California’s The Longing once again deliver a monstrous mix of raw progressive metal and rock topped off by the soaring vocals of Laura Bradley. Check out the band’s new single and video for “Crosses.”
Winnipeg, Manitoba psychedelic prog rockers Dizzy Mystics are all set to release their debut album Wanderlost on May 3rd and we have the exclusive album stream for you… two days early!
According to prog-rockers Wheel the future has plenty to be optimistic about. Don’t believe them, well, check out their top ten things they think give us hope for the future.
Enrapturing the The Opera House’s audience of Torontonians last Thursday, February 21st, The Neal Morse Band — featuring Neal Morse, Mike Portnoy, Randy George, Eric Gillette, and Bill Hubauer — delivered a dizzying display of exemplary prog.