Progressive powerhouses Opeth and Mastodon made their return to Edmonton on Thursday night, gracing the Edmonton Expo Centre along with opener Khemmis.
New York solo act Marlene Mendoza piques interest with her moody, heavy-slanted tunes polished with domineering vocal work. Her…
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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.
Ahead of the release of their new album, Falls Apart, Dublin band Sectile are releasing a new single “Black Cloud”. Check out the video here.
Swedish prog-metal/rock legends Opeth have released a dark and eerie new animated video short for the Swedish language track “Ingen Sanning Är Allas” from their latest album, In Cauda Venenum,
Norwegian prog-pop band Maraton extend the life of their hugely popular Meta debut with the release of a new single, “Fringe Logic”, and you can check out our exclusive UK premiere of the new single here.
Nashville’s Howling Giant is a stoner-rock trio offering a free mp3 download of their epic, brain-bending track “Comet Rider” from The Space Between Worlds released September 27th via Blues Funeral Recordings. Take a deep breath, expand your mind, and take a walk with Howling Giant.
A show not to be missed, Ukraine’s metalcore giants, Jinjer, and United Kingdom’s prog rock up-and-comers, SÜMER, will be gracing South Africa’s shores for two dates in May thanks to Turning Tricks Entertainment.
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.
Crevassian hit the “Summit” of drumming with this playthrough video – hats off to Nick Povey on the post-metal gauntlet he puts himself through.
Sunless Dawn’sprogressive death metal début Timeweaver, out November 16 on Prime Collective, showcases some of the most original progressive metal released this year, yet inconsistencies hold the album back from being a classic
The all-Aussie progressive invasion of Caligula’s Horse, Circles and I Built The Sky put on an enjoyable show blending flawless technical skill and plenty of groove to a sold-out London audience at Boston Music Room.
Led by Sacred Oath frontman Rob Thorne, Connecticut-based progressive metal quartet Soundscape have just released a brand new single called “Paradox”.