Posts Tagged: prog

Interview – Miroist

London’s one man band Miroist has just put out his debut EP as a free download through Bandcamp, three tracks of heavy, headspinning arrangements and Meshuggah-esque riffmongery, combined with a keen ear for atmospherics and texture that sets him apart

Interview – Miroist

London’s one man band Miroist has just put out his debut EP as a free download through Bandcamp, three tracks of heavy, headspinning arrangements and Meshuggah-esque riffmongery, combined with a keen ear for atmospherics and texture that sets him apart

Interview – Cloudkicker

Cloudkicker (AKA Ben Sharp) became one of Bandcamp’s first success stories, taking the internet by storm with his angular and atmospheric take on progressive metal. Ben has built up an impressive discography over the past 4 years, all of which

Interview – Cloudkicker

Cloudkicker (AKA Ben Sharp) became one of Bandcamp’s first success stories, taking the internet by storm with his angular and atmospheric take on progressive metal. Ben has built up an impressive discography over the past 4 years, all of which

Interview – Grunt’s Gelatinous Cube

Grunt’s Gelatinous Cube defy expectations and categorisation, with their eclectic and psychedelic sound taking influence from electronica, jazz, metal, trance, noise and much more. After the band made their 2 hour long “Love . Force . Axis” available as a

Interview – Grunt’s Gelatinous Cube

Grunt’s Gelatinous Cube defy expectations and categorisation, with their eclectic and psychedelic sound taking influence from electronica, jazz, metal, trance, noise and much more. After the band made their 2 hour long “Love . Force . Axis” available as a