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North Atlantic Oscillation - The Third Day

North Atlantic Oscillation are considered to be a post progressive rock band heralding from Scotland and are signed to KScope records.

HAKEN Premiere “Crystallised” and Announce Contest

UK prog purveyors, Haken, have made the closing 19-minute epic Crystallised available for streaming, you can hear it below. The song is taken from their upcoming EP entitled Restoration, out on October 27th via InsideOut Music.

Along with the song premiere, the band is hosting a contest by giving you chance to win a signed vinyl of Restoration, a T-Shirt, a poster and some other goodies. For more…

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Rainburn - Canvas of Silence

Four-piece band hailing from Bengalore in India, Rainburn (which name came as a will to associate two opposites) play a contrasted music that belongs to the progressive rock umbrella. Their debut EP Canvas of Silence is planned to be released in November of 2014.

In general, delicate and frail vocals accompanying light syncopated rhythms and dreamy guitars, quite what is expected from dreampop…

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Wild Rose - Hit ‘N’ Run

Wild Rose are an AOR band that were formed in 2004 and released in 2014 their third album, Hit ‘N’ Run. They perform mid-tempo songs in the vein of bands of the eighties like the swedish Alien. After remaining in the shadows of grunge in the eighties, many good AOR bands resurfaced in the decade that followed, and some others were founded, thanks to a growing interest for music of the eighties…

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Full Code - Telescapes

4-piece band hailing from Australia, Full Code play an elegant modern progressive music. ‘Telescapes’ is their very first record and showcases the band’s appeal for refined and contrasted moods.

Though complex in essence, their music remains focused and digestable thanks to warm vocals, a drummer more interested in keeping it collective than jamming in his corner, and pensive guitars.

With a…

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Going from a sort of progressive charged with a pinch of a very singular sense of humor and up to…

Exclusive: Hear New INFINITE SPECTRUM Song “Under One God”

Progressive metal quartet from Brooklyn, Infinite Spectrum has recently completed work on a new single entitled Under One God. Prog Sphere has exclusive rights to premiere a song, hear it below.

With influences such as Dream Theater, Symphony X, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani and classic prog bands such as Yes and Rush, Infinite Spectrum‘s music is very eclectic, innovative and experimental in nature.…

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Kristoffer Gildenlöw is not a foreign name on the progressive rock scene. Being a member of…

Scar Symmetry - The Singularity (Phase I - Neohumanity)

Swedes have a thing for merging death metal with other musical styles. Entombed brought indeed death’n’roll, Edge of Sanity progressive death metal, The Haunted thrashened death metal. And then, more recently, Scar Symmetry got infected by the virus of hybridization with their melodic death metal. Their 2014 album, The Singularity (Phase I – Neohumanity), released ten years after the band’s…

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PAIN OF SALVATION Premiere Acoustic Version of “Linoleum”

Swedish progressive rock innovators Pain of Salvation have recently announced their much anticipated acoustic album, Falling Home, to be released in Europe on November 10th, 2014 and on January 13th, 2015 in North America via the band’s longtime label partner InsideOut Music.

A first track off Falling Home, Linoleumcan be heard below.

Pain of Salvation‘s Daniel Gildenlöwhas checked in about the…

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