‘Coma Ecliptic’ is a prog-metal masterpiece and one of the year’s very finest albums, make sure you track a copy down.
Too intricate, perhaps, for those seeking an instant fix, ‘+4626…’ is a powerful album that rewards the patient and is an essential addition to the collection of anyone who considers themselves a fan of forward thinking progressive rock.
‘Pale Communion’ is a record that will undoubtedly satisfy Opeth fans who enjoy the band’s progressive output, but for the uninitiated there are better places to start exploring the work of this rather wonderful band.
‘The skies are ours’ is a remarkable piece of work, and the band’s debut full-length cannot arrive soon enough.
An exclusive interview with the Texan prog band's vocalist and keyboard player Craig Gysler.
Deeply talented, but often incoherent, with better management and greater quality control, Chameleon could have been huge, but at least we have these treasures left to explore thanks to ShroomAngel Records. If you’re a fan of progressive rock, this is an essential collection of beautifully rendered pieces and well worth hunting down.
In short, both bands delivered sets that spoke into the very heart of music fans and for those lucky enough to have been present there is no doubt that it will take something very special indeed to better such a show.
If you have any love for the art form that is music, then you owe it to yourself to find this fascinating, charming, effortlessly sublime record at your earliest convenience.