Articles about Progressive Rock
Order Of Voices – Constancy
Prog rockers Order Of Voices recently released their latest album Constancy. We had a listen to see what we thought! Opening track Hand In Hand has a relaxing melody and powerful vocals. Long For Air has a cool opening riff which reappears throughout, smooth vocals and again a relaxing feel. Raise A Glass is an […]
Wren are championing The Herd!
London prog/sludge rockers Wren have released new single The Herd. The track, taken from their forthcoming album Auburn Rule (July 14th, Holy Roar Records), premiered on Daniel P. Carter’s Radio 1 Rock Show. Check out The Herd below; The band have also announced the tracklisting for the record, you can check it out below; 1. […]
Artificial Language take on the A-Z challenge!
American prog-rockers Artificial Language are set to release their debut album The Observer on April 28th. Ahead of its release, we asked the band to take on our A-Z challenge! A song that made you want to make music? bTBAM– Selkies. It’s a classic prog song that blew our minds first listen. Best rider you’ve […]
These Aren’t Mirages say Artificial Language
US prog rockers Artificial Language have revealed their new single! These Aren’t Mirages is the latest track to be taken from their forthcoming album The Observer, set for release on April 28. The video premiered via Gear Gods and you can check it out below;
FOES become the Orchestrator!
Liverpudlian prog-rockers FOES have revealed the video for latest single Orchestrator! The track is taken from their October 2016 debut album The Summit Lies Skyward and is full of riffs, ambience and melodies making it one of the band’s most diverse yet brilliant tracks! Guitarist Joe Danher says; “We really let ourselves loose when writing […]
Slyde are Back Again to Divide!
Canadian melodic prog metallers Slyde have released the video for new track Divide. The single is taken from their lates EP Back Again which is out now! The band’s unique take on prog metal sees powerful keys and melodic clean vocals and shows that the two year hiatus lead to the quartet coming back with […]
Order Of Voices – Long For Air
Today’s track of the day comes from prog rockers Order Of Voices with their new single Long For Air. The track is taken from their recently released record Constancy. The track was premiered via Prog magazine and you can watch the video below;
Figures – Figures EP
The quintet from down-under that you may not know about, Figures mean business when they put together an EP containing 4 tracks that punch out an incredibly unique take on influences between the century mark. The Melbourne lads want to be found from across the world, and I am here to install a message to […]
HEXVESSEL release short concert film!
At the start of 2016, HEXVESSEL released album number three When We Are Death which received critical acclaim. The prog rockers took Finnish filmmaker Vesa Ranta (who also happens to be the former drummer of Sentenced small world huh?) along to their set at the Menuo Juodaragis Festival in the national forest of Lithuania to […]
The Contortionist announce tour with Periphery!
US prog rockers The Contortionist have announced that they wil be heading on a tour of Europe in May 2017! They will be joined by Destrage and Grammy award nominees Periphery! Sadly for us Brits, there are only two UK dates in London and Manchester. Check out the full tour below; 02.05.17 DE – Wiesbaden, Schlachthof […]
Nick Johnston takes on the A-Z challenge!
Canadian guitarist Nick Johnston is back with his new album Remarkably Human (released today, December 2). The exeptionally talented multi-instrumentalist combines classic prog, jazz, blues and many more styles to create a unique and stand-out sound. We challenged Nick to our A-Z questionnaire; A song that made you want to make music? Far Beyond the […]
Lucid Fly Take On The A-Z Challenge | Interview
Lucid Fly are breathing some life into prog rock by combining it with alternative and dark rock, creating a blend of interesting and creative tracks. Debut album Building Castles in Air was released on November 11. We asked frontwoman Nikki Layne to take on our A-Z challenge.
Black Orchid Empire – Archetype | album review
Black Orchid Empire are essentially a combination of all your favourite bands – and their album ‘Archetype’ encompasses this.
Sumer announce debut tour!
Brit post-prog quintet Sumer have announced dates for their debut UK tour! Support for the December dates is For the Oracle.