Progressive Metal

WLM Reviews: Haken – The Mountain

September 8, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Haken – The Mountain

The first word that comes to mind to describe The Mountain (on Inside Out) by British Progressive Metallers, Haken, is adventurous.  This band explores varied musical territory, from classic rock, jazz and be-bop, placid acoustic passages, to flat out Metal.

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Album Review: !T.O.O.H! – Democratic Solution

August 28, 2013
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Album Review: !T.O.O.H! – Democratic Solution

Death metal might not seem like a genre that comes out as ‘fun’ being the best fit description for it but fun sure is the word to describe Czech tech death band  !T.O.O.H!. The frantic, witty vocals on top of progressive guitar work powered by grindcore energy create a sound, most unique. !T.O.O.H!

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WLM Reviews: Maschine – Rubidium

August 18, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Maschine – Rubidium

Right up front I am going to tell you, the reader, that if you aren’t willing to explore other styles of music, then Rubidium, the debut album from British Progressive (Rock? Metal? – not really sure) band Maschine will not be a work that appeals to you.

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WLM Reviews: Until Rain – Anthem to Creation

August 17, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Until Rain – Anthem to Creation

Greek Progressive Metal band Until Rain, a group with whom I was not familiar prior to this release, presents us with a passionate piece of Progressive Metal goodness in Anthem to Creation from Escape Music.

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Featured Video: LAST CHANCE TO REASON’s “The Escapist”

August 12, 2013
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Featured Video: LAST CHANCE TO REASON’s “The Escapist”

Monday you are one son of a bitch!!!! For that very reason I think we will take today and look at some Progressive Metal that will blow your mind. We are looking at Last Chance to Reason and the first single off “Level 3.

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Album Review: Karnivool – Asymmetry

August 9, 2013
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Album Review: Karnivool – Asymmetry

Australian alternative rock band Karnivool debuted in 2005 with the release of Themeta but really caught the attention of rock and metal fans with their 2009 album Sound Awake.

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Album Review: The Meads of Asphodel – Sonderkommando

July 15, 2013
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Album Review: The Meads of Asphodel – Sonderkommando

The Meads of Asphodel is a black metal band from the UK who has always taken a unique influence from medieval folk music. As they evolved, they incorporated greater use of theatrics in their sound creating wicked soundtracks that accompany the stories told through their lyrics.

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WLM Reviews: Ivanhoe – Systematrix

July 6, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Ivanhoe – Systematrix

The only thing I knew about Ivanhoe prior to getting their latest release Systematrix was that one of my favorite vocalists, Andy B. Franck (Brainstorm), sang for the band some time ago on their first three albums.  I never felt compelled, though, to search out their earlier works.

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WLM Reviews: Raise the Curtain by Oliva

June 27, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Raise the Curtain by Oliva

There is going to be two controversial topics in one review so that should make for some fun email after you all get to read this one. Those topics are the use of the term “progressive” and the other term is more a name… the name is Savatage.

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