There’s beauty even in chaos if we closely observe the meaningful pattern behind it – this would be my best shot at explaining Jeff Novotny’s music in one sentence. Based out of Phoenix, Arizona, Jeff Novotny would be a familiar figure to you if you are an ardent follower of Progressive or Jazz Music. Having […] …Continue Reading

Threads. is a progressive rock band from Berlin, Germany. The band has just self-released their first single named  Tessera, taken from their debut EP Akasha, now available on all major streaming platforms.
Threads. plays an ever-changing style of progressive metal with post-rock, ambient and stoner elements that form their unique musical style.
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All This For Nothing are a progressive rock band from Pretoria, South Africa.
Formed in 1998, the band fuse elements of punk rock, alternative, metal and prog into a hybrid that is unmistakably their own. Today sees the release of their new single Wander, their second release with mix engineer Scott Hallquist at the helm, with unique and amazing artworks by Natalie Murfin and the fine people at Merch On Demand.
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MOON MACHINE – Demon:05 Album: MOON MACHINE – Moon Machine (out July 30th) Genre: Progressive Metal Location: Massachusetts, USA 🇺🇸 For fans of: Devin Townsend, Alcest, Porcupine Tree, Anathema, Tool  Facebook: facebook.com/moonmachinemusic3/ Instagram: instagram.com/moon_machine_music/ Bandcamp: moonmachinemusic.bandcamp.com/ Youtube: youtube.com/channel/UCeCIarL1Swf3pblY8rMViJw Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/4XkRgN0ZBsVY1Uir4J64FP?si=J1wzkJCERZ6Myzy-yhhxEw Apple Music: music.apple.com/us/artist/moon-machine/1514840221 The modern era of progressive metal on the lighter end of […] …Continue Reading

PLEXIMENTS – Mental Prisoner (ft Anton Davidyants) Genre: Prog Metal Location: Siberia 🇷🇺 For fans of: Plini & Dream Theater  Bandcamp: https://pleximents.bandcamp.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PleximentsProg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pleximents_prog/     …Continue Reading

Fresh off the release of new music, we had the chance to catch up with the good people in Crossing The Rubicon. For those who are unaware, this is a band bringing together a multitude of interesting prog sounds (sax included). It all results in quite the adventure for the ears. You can read through […] …Continue Reading

CROSSING THE RUBICON – Bloom (Renaissance) Album / EP Title: CROSSING THE RUBICON – Anthologies Vol 1. Location: Dayton, Ohio 🇺🇸 Genre: Instrumental Progressive Metal For fans of: Plini, David Maxim Micic, Snarky Puppy  “The jazz influenced mash up of heavy riffing progressive metaland smooth fusion dives deep into the band’s origins with a […] …Continue Reading

CROSSING THE RUBICON – The Oneiroi (Full Band Playthrough) Genre: Progressive Instrumental Metal Location: Dayton, Ohio For fans of: Owane, Plini, Intervals, Thank You Scientist  Find CROSSING THE RUBICON’s music on all platforms here – https://songwhip.com/crossingtherubicon GET IT on Bandcamp: https://ctrprog.bandcamp.com/ SUBSCRIBE on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl2UVpJIc_hLPB0MU704rYA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/crossingtherubicon/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_crossingtherubicon_/ ‘The Oneiroi’ is Crossing the […] …Continue Reading

 
Melbourne alt-metal/stoner/prog power trio Canyon have released their latest single “Minority Outspoken”.
 
The song is lifted from Canyon’s upcoming EP Static and is full of heavy rock riffs and soulful melodies.
 
Watch “Minority Outspoken” below:
 
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Review by Brennan Richardson
 
Local symphonic dark jazz ensemble Valtozash were the first band of the night and didn’t they start things off with a bang!
 
In what can be described as both a sound engineer’s dream AND nightmare, the sixteen-piece ensemble (that’s right I said 16 piece!) absolutely blew the crowd off their feet, providing all sorts of pandemonium.
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