Check out this progressive melodic death metal treat from Eartheria
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Here's a stellar solo prog act you won't want to miss out on
The latest release from Illusion of Control is an impressive blend of death metal and folk elements
Check out this display of melodic djent with Lunaform
Here is some progressive symphonic death metal for your ears
Paper Hero's Colorless Aquarium is a great prog record worth checking out
The new album from Noiseware is a nice mix of brutal and pretty
Back in February I had the pleasure of discussing the progressive genius of Perihelion Ship for the Thinking Man’s Thursday piece. It…
This band is called Ghost Toast. You’re already at least curious…
A few weeks back I paid tribute to all the lil’ Lisa Simpsons out there blowing their saxomophones for prog…
This is way, way too good to ignore.
I’ve recently realized that chaotic, kitchen sink progressive rock/avant garde metal is one of my favorite sub-genre of music, certainly…
Yes, it sucks Beardfish is gone, but Rikard Sjöblom is still going strong!
When Thinking Man’s Thursday was created, it was my hope to appreciate progressive music in all its forms. Greg and…
Overall, Tetrafusion reminds me a little bit of early Dream Theater, has its Rush moments, and gets me nostalgic for the car rides back to college listening to Flower Kings.
Greetings Prog Dogs (no one calls you that)! In my last entry into the Thinking Man's Thursday series, I discussed…
It's like The Mars Volta, Dead Kennedys, and some jazz fusion dudes got together to write a soundtrack to losing your mind.
Happy Thursday once again Prog Dogs (no one calls you that). For this entry into the Thinking Man's Thursday cannon I am continuing to make up for releases I missed in 2016 with the stellar third album, Venus, by Australia's Hemina.
Gates' 2014 album Bloom And Breathe should be revered as a progressive classic. Here's why.
Greetings prog dogs (no one calls you that), and welcome to week three of Thinking Man’s Thursday. Your weekly dose of metal that makes you go “Hmmmmmm.”
The Greeks know how to prog, apparently.