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Review: SynaptiK – Justify & Reason

SynaptiK return with their follow-up to 2014’s killer debut, The Mechanisms of Consequences (which was, by the way, re-released recently). This new album, Justify & Reason, is down to its core a progressive metal album, but SynaptiK are not too [...]

March 13, 2017 Album Reviews

Review: Riftwalker – Green & Black

Riftwalker came flying out of Vancouver in 2009, and it took them about four years to release a debut EP Wreckage of the Old World in December 2013. Now almost three years later, the band returns with a full-length album [...]

November 22, 2016 Album Reviews

Review: Unprocessed – Perception

Ah, Djent, thou art a fickle mistress. Ever since Meshuggah released their classic Destroy, Erase, Improve, legions of bands have been clamouring to follow in the footsteps of the polyrhythmic metal gods. Though Germany’s Unprocessed do follow in the steps [...]

November 12, 2016 Album Reviews

Review: Astral Path – Ashes Dancer

Italians Astral Path are a new name on the melodic death / progressive metal scene, and Ashes Dancer is their debut album. This eight-track release really injects a breath of fresh air into the melodic death metal scene. That’s not [...]

November 2, 2016 Album Reviews

Review: X-Panda – Reflections

After coming out of nowhere with one of the best pure prog metal albums of 2011 in the form of Flight of Fancy, Estonia’s X-Panda return with a boatload of expectations and hype for the second outing, Reflections. Right from [...]

November 1, 2016 Album Reviews

Review: Kyros – Vox Humana

Later this week, progressive rock band from London, Kyros will release their second studio album. At over 80 minutes, Vox Humana is a concept album, though it feels more like a collection of short stories with a common theme, as [...]

November 1, 2016 Album Reviews