Chicago, Illinois’ proggy metallers, Black Sites are back and as bad-ass as ever! Armed with their new, eight-track album, Exile, fans everywhere now get to stream the entire shebang two days prior to the April 19th release via Hoove Child Records!
Whether you have the time for it or not, you could learn how to study time with Cities of Mars’ latest Ripple Music release, The Horologist.
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.
Heads-up, folks, Glasgow, Scotland’s progressive/alt-rock trio, Atlas : Empire have just unveiled their new Papercrane Recordings-created video for the single “Our Hands Part The Waves”, AND confirmed a nine-date Canadian tour. Joy!
The rising outfit, Contrarian have surged on with their third studio album, Their Worm Never Dies. In the Willowtip Records release, we see progressive elegance amidst tough as nails #deathmetal riffs.
While making their way around the US on “The Truth Tour,” Nothing More came through Sacramento for an evening at the Ace of Spades with support from Of Mice & Men and Palisades.
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.
Born of Osiris’ Lee McKinney collaborates once again with Kiesel – whom he dubs “the people’s guitar company” – in a stunning signature headless guitar, the same used on the recent Sumerian release, The Simulation.
Presented at Live Nation’s “Lounge” as a part of their ongoing Ones to Watch Northside Sessions showcases, this evening’s performers featured Crown Lands and The Dirty Nil, and it was a ripper!
On Heir to Despair, Japan’s Sigh have, as usual, taken the road less travelled and released yet another fresh, genre-defying album of progressive, avant-garde black metal. This approach may not guarantee popularity, but they can definitely sleep the sleep of the artistically fulfilled.
We knew you were “longing” for some new music from The Longing so we’ve delivered with this exclusive premiere of the band’s new holiday-themed song and video for “Silent, Holy Night”!
Danish progressive metalcore chaps Ghost Iris have released their new single and video “Cowardly Pride”, the first track taken from their third studio album Apple Of Discord.