progressive rock

Anathema - Distant Satellites (kScope)

The journey away from their metallic roots continues...
Release Date: 
9 Jun 2014 - 11:30pm

The Cavanagh brothers are back.

Twelve Foot Ninja Part Two: "I Pretended to be Steve Irwin on Danish MTV"

Welcome back to part two of our in-depth chat with Twelve Foot Ninja driving force Steve 'Stevic' Mackay, in which we encounter deaf lizards and hapless, band-confounding fans, amongst other things...

Back to the tour: You’re out on tour now, but it’s a necessary part of Australian touring that there aren’t many midweek shows.

The Crimson ProjeKCt: The Music of King Crimson in a Three Hour Show

The court of the Crimson King moves down under...

New dates have been announced for the post-progressive art rock concert of the year - The Crimson ProjeKCt.

Goblin, Billboard The Venue, Melbourne - 14/07/2013

Goblin terrified Melbourne with their inimitable Giallo classics on a chilly Sunday night. Goblin creep, bolt and stalk from the very heart of metal itself…

Without Goblin, we’d be without metal. Well, not entirely, but metal as we currently understand it.

Goblin: Italian Legends return In July

Marvellous news for fans of prog rock and horror!

Principal Entertainment and 3RRR present the Italian prog masters of cinematic horror Goblin for two special shows in Melbourne and (for the first

Anciients - Heart of Oak (Season of Mist)

A tantalising debut release from Canadian stoner prog-metal rockers, Anciients. With one foot in the door of metal rock, they're in heady company.
Release Date: 
16 Apr 2013 (All day)

The riffs resonate with strong harmonies, only a little dirty with a heavy walking bass line. The cadences borrow from stoner rock.

Disperse - Living Mirrors (Season of Mist)

Smooth as silk prog from Poland...
Release Date: 
19 Feb 2013 (All day)

Polish quartet Disperse are making quite a name for themselves  with their cerebral brand of prog-metal, and rightly so if you ask me.