Prog Sphere Promotions is a boutique agency providing bands representation and public relations in the music industry, with a tendency of supporting up-and-coming bands from all around the world. Our primary goal is to provide a support to the bands which by its quality certainly deserve to be heard. Our promotional campaign include a marketing to radio and TV stations, internet and printed magazines, web portals, and of course to the fans of progressive music. The website where you can follow our activities is placed on:
http://promotions.prog-sphere.com (comming soon).

Hear SECONDS BEFORE LANDING’s “I’m All Alone” Taken From PROGSTRAVAGANZA: Beyond Frontiers

In August 2010, Prog Sphere released its first ever Progstravaganza compilation. After four years, twenty compilations, over 460 bands showcased, and more than 65,000 downloads, 

MIKE PORTNOY on Possible DREAM THEATER Reunion: “I Guess the Ball’s in Their Court”

In the latest issue of U.K.’s Metal Hammer magazine, drummer Mike Portnoy (The Winery Dogs, Flying Colors, Dream Theater, Avenged Sevenfold, Adrenaline Mob) was asked by Tesseract’Jay Postones what the chances are of Portnoy ever playing with Dream Theater again.

If I was a betting man, I wouldn’t put money on it,” Portnoy replied. “And that’s not my doing. I never say never and haven’t closed…

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Vintersorg - Naturbål

Vintersorg is a band I would love to have been introduced to whilst I was still in the nascent years of my experience with the ‘extreme’ end of metal.

MY BROTHER THE WIND to Release “Once There Was A Time When Time And Space Were One” on October 14

Sweden’s instrumental cosmic rock quartet, My Brother The Wind, is preparing for their third studio LP, Once There Was A Time When Time And Space Were One, to see release this Autumn via Free Electric Sound, the instrumental subdivision of The Laser’s Edge.

Boasting My Brother The Wind,’s expansive, entirely improvised style of spacious, psychedelic rock completely void of vocals, Once There Was…

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ROBERT PLANT Hints That “Lullaby And… The Ceaseless Roar” Could Be His Last Album

Legendary Led Zeppelin singer, Robert Plant, has in a recent interview he did with Independent hinted that his upcoming solo album Lullaby And… The Ceaseless Roar could be his last studio work.

He told: “Maybe this new album is the end now for me, of this musical wanderlust and the wonderful carousel I’ve been on. It’s like a kaleidoscope; you hold it up to the light, rotate it, and the pieces…

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BEYOND CREATION Premiere New Song “Neurotical Transmissions”

Beyond Creation, a progressive death metal band from Montreal have premiered a new song Neurotical Transmissions, taken from their upcoming album Earthborn Evolution which is due on October 28th via Season of Mist. Stream Neurotical Transmissions below (courtesy of Revolver Magazine).

Earthborn Evolution is now available for pre-order from Season of Mist. For all the further updates, make sure to…

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KAMELOT Premiere Video for “Falling Like The Fahrenheit”

Symphonic metallers Kamelot recently completed work on the third video from their critically acclaimed 2012 Steamhammer/SPV release Silverthorn. The video for the song entitled Falling Like The Fahrenheit can be seen below.

The video was directed by Ville Lipiainen (Nigthwish, HIM, Apocalyptica) and filmed at the band’s sold out appearance at the famed 013 Venue in Tilburg, Holland.

The band is…

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MESHUGGAH Announce 25th Anniversary European Tour Dates

The ninth wonder of the unnatural world, Sweden’s technically intoxicating extreme metal quintet Meshuggah, are bringing their immense live show to Europe this December to celebrate their 25th year of musical deviance.

Meshuggah will play a very special 25th Anniversary set by performing selections from their 1989 – 2012 discography including some rare songs that haven’t been played live in many…

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Evergrey - Hymns for the Broken

Unparalleled and nonstandard band hailing from Göteborg in Sweden, Evergrey went to prominence, as soon as 1998 with the release of their excellent first effort The Dark Discovery. Their career, as well as their success on international level, never failed to grow. Hymns For The Broken, their very last studio record, could have nonetheless never seen the light of day. In fact, according to their…

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Sabaton - Heroes

By this point in their career, it seems as if Sabaton are virtually beyond the point of criticism. Say what you will about these military-obsessed Swedes; in the near-decade since Primo Victoria, they have seen fit only to consolidate and refine their chosen style, and it doesn’t seem as if they’ll be having a change of heart anytime soon. With that having been said, Heroes is a perfectly fitting…

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