Tag: Progressive Metal

Voices - Frightened

Akercocke returned after a decade-long studio silence last year, but this wasn’t the mark of the end of David Gray’s Voices – far from it. This year sees the band releasing their third full length album, and if you thought that you liked the weirdness of Akercocke, then the even more experimental Frightened would hit the spot for you.

COEN – Remnants of Yesterday

Singapore’s progressive metal band COEN claims Dream Theater to be one of their main influences on their debut album, Remnants of Yesterday. The band even features Jordan Rudess on a track, but are they able to live up to expectations?

HMT Interviews: Orphaned Land

Orphaned Land made a name of themselves with their messages of peace into their folk-infused metal, something that is rarely seen in the genre. They release their brand new album, Unsung Prophets & Dead Messiahs this year, and we got the opportunity to talk to them to learn more about their inspirations.

Singapore Progressive Metal Band COEN Unveils Trailer, Artwork For “Remnants of Yesterday”

Singapore progressive metal band COEN is set to release its debut full length album, Remnants of Yesterday on February 2, 2018 via on iTunes, Spotify, and Amazon Music, with a February 10 release date for physical cDs.

Remnants of Yesterday is the culmination of one year of work by COEN, and draws influences from progressive metal giants such …

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Vexovoid – Call of the Starforger

Oh man, yet another band that boasts themes of sci-fi? And claims to play progressive thrash to boot? Sign me up! But, can Vexovoid meet the standards that have been set by bands like Vektor, or Divine Chaos? Let’s find out.

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