A dynamic array of neo-prog ingenuity colours yet another startlingly rich and diverse listen from Unprocessed.
In this Review Round-Up, Year Of The Knife’s huge leap from tragedy is the main headline, but there’s still more to dig into in new releases from Sugar Horse, Sleep Outside and Black Water County.
Although a bit of trimming wouldn’t go amiss, Closure In Moscow’s prog-pop return is still an utterly danceable delight.
In this Review Round-Up, it’s difficult to get excited by new releases from Sleep Theory and Meatraffle, but Haunt The Woods’ expansive alt-prog more than makes up for it.
Hail The Sun’s progressive post-hardcore continues to be utterly reliable on their new album, with a creative, melodic strength that remains up their with the sound’s best.
Off the back of a major Eurovision boon, Voyager try to affix even greater pop appeal to their brand of prog, and only get partway there.
In this Review Round-Up, standout returns come from Grave Pleasures and Black Orchid Empire, alongside some steps towards reinvention from Picturesque, and a total dud from Through Fire.
Via prog and math-rock, and with a rich supply of colour and light, Covet’s newest taps into pure, unfiltered joy.
After a few years away, The Ongoing Concept return with a refined, tighter-than-ever concoction of post-hardcore, prog and pop-rock.
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.