The Edensong Interview Suite Pt. 1

Something very special is about to happen in St. Louis.  A rare event that those of us in the know normally have to travel for.  I am, of course, speaking of a genuine prog show.  In this specific case I am referring to the Edensong/Imminent Sonic Destruction show coming to the Fubar on Wednesday May…

LEPROUS – announce new album ‘Malina’ & European tour dates with special guests Agent Fresco

Norway’s Leprous are pleased to announce their much-anticipated new fifth studio album ‘Malina’ for release on the August 25th, 2017, the follow-up to their acclaimed record ‘The Congregation’. To coincide with this, they have also announced an extensive European tour with special guests, Iceland’s Agent Fresco, plus Australia’s AlithiA & fellow Norwegian’s Astrosaur. Following a…

BROKEN HOPE premiere title track “Mutilated and Assimilated” via Decibel Magazine

Horror aficionados BROKEN HOPE pay tribute John Carpenter’s 1982 classic, The Thing with the worldwide premiere of title track, “Mutilated and Assimilated.” Directed by Tommy Jones, and featuring illustrated storyboards by Mark Rudolph; the infectious essence of brutal death metal details the decimation of the living in this gripping audio-visual recount. You can almost feel your…

UNTIL RAIN: Inure Album By Greek Prog/Alt Metal Act Released In The US Today Through Sensory Records; Video For “This Solitude” Released

Inure, the epic third album by Greek alternative/progressive metal act, UNTIL RAIN, is out in the US today through Sensory Records.   The stateside street date for Inure follows the album’s recent European release in late April, which was tied into UNTIL RAIN‘s European tour supporting Laser’s Edge Group labelmates Wolverine and Oddland. UNTIL RAIN…

Album Review: Voyager – Ghost Mile

There are a number of ways to be a progressive metal band in 2017. You can buy John’s Petrucci’s Rock Discipline DVD and do your best to conjure visions of Metropolis, you can get rid of that pesky headstock on your guitar and go the singerless route or you can organically meld various musical styles…

Photo Gallery: The Damned at Delmar Hall

Getting to see The Damned play at Delmar Hall on their 40th anniversary tour was nothing short of spectacular. While I was not as familiar with their music, other than what my fiancé had played for me over the years, she on the other hand was in punk rock heaven and giddy as a school…

Album Review: Ayreon – The Source

A very special thing happens every four or so years. This special thing is so special that following its specialness the world as we know it cannot ever be the same. We know presidents come and go and olympians win medals but if we are really lucky every four or so years Arjen Lucassen releases…

Album review: Lonely Robot – The Big Dream

Artist: Lonely Robot Album: The Big Dream Record Label: InsideOut Records Release Date: April 28, 2017 To begin, I know keeping up with progressive rock is not easy. Should you spend your time digging up obscure classics, analyzing whatever album Steven Wilson just remixed, trying to keep up with the ever-growing army of new prog…

Band interview: Ayreon

We recently got the opportunity to sit down with Arjen Lucassen and discuss your new favorite Ayreon album “The Source”. D: Thanks for sitting down with us and letting us pick your brain about the new album. We have been listening to it and it’s unbelievable, really so good. A: No problem, I am glad you…