Thankfully, the powerful, atmospheric progressive rock and metal sound of Wyvern is far more entertaining than my local radio station of the same name.
Brand new British rockers Giant Walker have honed a heavy progressive rock sound that blends elements of grunge, nu-metal and alternative rock and metal, which they describe as “powerful, dark and nuanced.”
International musical collective Threads sees musicians from Australia, Chile, Greece and New Zealand combine in Berlin. The result is a delicious groove-laden yet melodic post-rock meets metal sound that they describe as “atmospheric, progressive and groovy.”
Colorado band innerspace have honed an intoxicating post-hardcore meets progressive rock meets post-rock sound that fuses heavy riffs and engaging vocals with atmospheric electronic elements.
London-based Meantime is formed of a Slovakian and a South African, neither of which are your traditional punk rock powerhouses. The duo of Stefan Klein and Adam Stanley have defied backgrounds that, in their words, deprived them of access to first-world media to craft an intriguing sound that they describe to us as “a little bit prog, a bit melodic grunge and a lot heavy.”
Canadian progressive rockers Mirrelia have honed an intriguingly diverse brand of rock meets metal meets R&B, which jumps between laid-back melody and intense heaviness.
Polish duo MIIST brings us an intriguing fusion of psychedelia and progressive rock shrouded among the misty backdrop of delightful atmospheric melodies.
New Orleans rockers Spylights have honed an exciting sound that harnesses elements of prog and post-rock with metal as well as more melodic influences.
Fusing progressive rock and futurist themes with ambient melodies, a punky edge and elements of electronica, the music of London duo Quantum Pig is full of intrigue.
All the way from Los Angeles we bring you a delicious prog rock project that allows its highly talented members to unleash their anger, gratitude, anguish and triumphs. In doing … Continue reading Introducing: Hyvmine