In this Review Round-Up, there’s a bumper selection of releases, spanning symphonic pop from Floor Jansen, genre-melding rap-rock from Codefendants, piano-driven prog-pop from Exploring Birdsong, and ragged Gen Z pop-rock from Lille Venn.
Tag: progressive rock
Within theme, tone and instrumental breadth and dexterity, Haken continue to flourish as one of progressive rock’s leading lights on this new album.
Their newest album of dense, experimental prog and electronica finds Aiming For Enrike shooting for the stars, and hitting every time.
Katatonia’s newest album finds them once again doing what they do best, and pumping up their gloomy, gothic atmosphere to tremendous levels.
Richard Dawson’s newest progressive folk opus triples down on its density and conceptual weight, and remains a deeply satisfying experience to dig into.
With as much elegance and vast experimentation as always, Devin Townsend continues to be one of prog’s most reliably great names on his newest album.
Polyphia’s new album asserts their dominance among modern prog, bringing more variety than ever and an electricity that’s difficult to not be engrossed by.
In this Review Round-Up, a couple of highly-anticipated returns from Brutus and All Ears Avow produce expectedly great work, plus some very promising new emo from Jetski.
In this Review Round-Up, new albums from The Early November and Field Medic put in some decent work overall, but are unable to stand up to the excellence of Birds In Row.
As chaotic as it is dazzlingly inventive, The Callous Daoboys’ new album breaks hardcore’s door wide open with one of the year’s absolute best.