Prog Rock

Need to release new studio album “Norchestrion: A Song for the End” on January 12th 2021

Greece’s leading prog metal group Need return with their long-awaited fifth album, “Norchestrion: A Song for the End” on January 12th, 2021, via Ikaros Records.

“Norchestrion” will be released on digipack CD, double vinyl LP (with a limited edition of golden vinyl), a limited edition boxset, and on all digital platforms.

Plini to release new studio album “Impulse Voices” on November 27th 2020

Hailed as one of the top 10 prog guitarists in the world today, Australia’s independent instrumental progressive solo artist, Plini, will be releasing his long-awaited sophomore record, “Impulse Voices”, on November 27, 2020.

Plini  is also streaming the lead track from the album “I’ll Tell You Someday” below.

Pre-order “Impulse Voices” here.

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John Petrucci - Terminal Velocity

I suppose I was lucky enough, age wise, to start listening to rock and metal in the early 90s, hence capturing the Dream Theater phenomenon pretty much from the very beginning. Top notch musical chop by some guy straight out of a prestigious musical school could be expected, but the sort of creativity, artistic merit and maturity that they displayed early on, was really an eye opener and what set them apart from many of their contemporaries.

Opeth announces October 2021 European Headlining Tour

Sweden’s Opeth have come a long way in the past 30 years, having evolved from raw death metal to virtuosic and progressive vintage rock. Always forging their own path, the band have delivered 13 albums, each a fresh milestone within its genre and soon, the band centered around frontman and guitarist, Mikael Åkerfeldt, will be celebrating its 30th Anniversary.