Prepare yourself for an all-out sensual assault with the beautifully intense sound of progressive rock meets melodic death metal from Maryland newcomers Senescere.
Spanish trio Automatic Ape bring us a thrilling brand of energetic, experimental progressive metal that’s powerful, intense and, well, just a bit awesome.
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.
Strap in tight for a “wonderful demented ride” with Kentucky trio Indigo Storm, who have honed a sound that they describe to us as “progressive, primal and heavy.”
The power of diversity comes across in spades in the fascinating sound of Portland collective Internet Beef.
Fusing epic progressive rock with grunge and metal undertones is always going to be a winner in our book, and that’s exactly what we get in abundance with the delicious sound of Leicester trio Final Coil.
In addition to an exciting alt-rock meets post-rock sound Glasgow’s Atlas : Empire have deepened the intrigue with a concept album focusing on the human race’s growing reliance on technology.
Northamptonshire rockers Voices From The Fuselage have honed a fascinating sound that blurs the boundaries of tech metal, progressive rock and post-rock in a delicious manner – leading some to … Continue reading Introducing: Voices From The Fuselage
We’ve discovered a pretty special band from across the other side of the pond, in the form of Massachusetts hard-rockers Blind Revision. The quintet fuses hard rock, post-hardcore and progressive … Continue reading Introducing: Blind Revision
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
It’s Friday the 13th but we’re feeling pretty lucky as we’ve got a host of awesome new music to wrap our ears around. Here’s our latest instalment of the latest, … Continue reading New Music Friday Round-Up: 13 July
Fusing high-energy progressive rock with more anthemic elements and intense synth sounds, Australia’s HighView are keen to test the boundaries of the rock genre. The Canberra rockers formed out of … Continue reading Introducing: HighView