Reviews Label: Inside Out

Label: Inside Out

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Paatos - Silence of Another Kind album cover

Paatos

Silence of Another Kind, 2006

4.9 / 10

Prog-rock is quite an unstable ground to tread upon. One uneven step can send you hurtling into the abyss of ridiculous pretentiousness. As Silence of Another Kind begins, Paatos is ...

Arjen Anthony Lucassen - Lost in the New Real album cover

Arjen Anthony Lucassen

Lost in the New Real, 2012

7.0 / 10

Few musicians are quite as busy as the Dutch composer and multi-instrumentalist Arjen Anthony Lucassen. Though he's known principally for being the brain behind the immense collaborative project Ayreon, Lucassen ...

Affector - Harmagedon album cover

Affector

Harmagedon, 2012

3.0 / 10

The multinational progressive metal act Affector certainly made a startling entrance to the prog metal scene last year. Their debut, Harmagedon, told the story of the literal Biblical apocalypse, and several ...

The Flower Kings - Banks Of Eden album cover

The Flower Kings

Banks Of Eden, 2012

8.5 / 10

The Flower Kings is one of those bands that's been floating around my periphery for a very long time without ever coming into clear focus; there always seem to be ...

Steve Hackett - Genesis Revisited II album cover

Steve Hackett

Genesis Revisited II, 2012

8.5 / 10

This (entirely too long) review is part of my coverage of the 2013 Progressive Music Awards, on 3 September. I fully admit, before I even listened to this album, I ...

Riverside - Shrine of New Generation Slaves album cover

Riverside

Shrine of New Generation Slaves, 2013

6.5 / 10

Riverside is one of those surprise acts, emerging out of Poland to somehow join the ranks of Dream Theater and Porcupine Tree as one of the biggest progressive bands of the 00s. And with ...

Spock's Beard -  Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep album cover

Spock's Beard

Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep, 2013

6.5 / 10

As far as modern progressive rock goes, Spock's Beard are probably the most fun band around. Flippantly named after that one episode of Star Trek that gave us the frighteningly barbate Leonard ...

Leprous - Coal album cover

Leprous

Coal, 2013

6.0 / 10

Leprous have an odd claim to fame—they serve as the live backing for fellow Norwegian metalhead Ihsahn (who, in turn, is known for his time as the vocalist for Emperor). But as their ...

James LaBrie  - Impermanent Resonance album cover

James LaBrie

Impermanent Resonance, 2013

5.5 / 10

Apparently, James LaBrie (vocalist for progressive metal gods Dream Theater) has a pretty satisfying solo career. I wasn't aware of this until doing some research, but he already has two solo ...

The Tangent - Le Sacre du Travail album cover

The Tangent

Le Sacre du Travail, 2013

7.0 / 10

If there's anyone who can make the mundane interesting, it'd have to be progressive rockers The Tangent. As evidence, I cite their newest album, Le Sacre du Travail (The Rite of Work), ...

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