Scottish neo types transcend that ballsy name...
Turbine-charged Norwegians continue to impress.
If you go down to Willowglass...
Cold-hearted reality for Cardiff’s psychedelic outfit.
The Polish band are believing in themselves again.
Tremendous second album from the Wiltshire duo.
The Poles refine their sound on this slick return.
Classy live set puts the neo-proggers back in the spotlight.
A bit of blue for the dads...
Oslo band’s debut has an extremely strong pull.
An imaginative musical tribute to ‘the green fairy’.
The Russian rockers serve their aural caviar to the world.
Monumental musicianship and serious flaws on London metallers’ debut.
Dual language melee of sumptuous sounds.
Shockingly strong album keeps the veteran band on track.
Swedish quintet still dream of greatness.
Not yet divine, but give them time.
‘Konic’ tonic for those who’ve think they’ve heard it all before.
Assured Aussie prog debut: wot no vocals?
French prog destined for somewhere.
Frustratingly generic prog metal from clearly talented new outfit.
Ambitious Swiss prog metal debut, if you can get past the growls...
Uncertain overture from the Edinburgh prog rockers.
Distinctive debut from London newcomers.
Super debut from new prog supergroup.
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