Canadian group Every Hour Kills aims to challenge the notion of what we consider to define a “band.” Instead of your standard band format, the musical collective features various members and guest appearances that constantly reshapes the group’s intense progressive sound and futuristic approach.
Australian prog metal newcomers Patient Lounge have an impressive knack for dovetailing intricate, melodic moments with full-on heavy metal riffing and intensity. The Brisbane band’s intriguing proggy approach fuses everything … Continue reading Discover This: Patient Lounge
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.
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
When Shattered Skies describe their music to us as “bombastic” we suspect we’re onto something pretty special. And thankfully, the quartet’s progressive metal fuelled with cinematic atmosphere – which they … Continue reading Introducing: Shattered Skies
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
Italian prog metallers Shading are proof that anyone who puts their mind to it can transform themselves into a rockstar. The band first formed ten years ago, with all five of … Continue reading Introducing: Shading
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
We were treated to a feast of exciting up-and-coming bands from across the metal spectrum at all-day celebration of fringe metal music ProgMetalMadness at New Cross Inn on Sunday (25 … Continue reading Gig Review: ProgMetalMadness
When Canadian instrumental metal trio The Dead Centuries describe their approach as “futuristic and dangerous,” it’s safe to say our interest was piqued. Were they going all Keanu on us … Continue reading Introducing: The Dead Centuries
The perfect tonic for any Sunday evening woes is the unique sound of female-fronted technical, progressive metal band Hieroglyph. The six-piece, who hail from Newcastle and Leeds and are now based in … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Hieroglyph
Watford-based Gold Key have made a massive impression despite having only been a band for a matter of weeks. This should come as no surprise when you learn that lead singer … Continue reading New Band of the Week: Gold Key