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The Best Progressive Rock/Metal of 2018

This year provided introspective appreciation for creators and listeners alike for the sights and sounds of progressive music, as well as the more universal yet personal hardships and growths we all face.

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The Best Progressive Rock of 2014

From idiosyncratic tales of dastardly aliens to concept albums about a mysterious demon, prog maintained its reputation for eclecticism in 2014.

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Gazpacho: Demon

Tastefully arranged, melodically gorgeous, and refreshingly unpretentious, Norwegian art rockers Gazpacho have crafted a stunning concept album with Demon, a record that even those with serious prog allergies will find approachable.

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Conquering Demons: A Conversation with Gazpacho's Thomas Anderson

"If we were a soda, we’d be a soda with pepper and ginger." A humorous, insightful, and honest discussion with the founding keyboardist of Gazpacho, Norway's leading prog storytellers.

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Gazpacho: March of the Ghosts

March of the Ghosts marks the seventh album from Oslo-based Gazpacho. As you'd expect from a prog band well into its career, the new album is a lustrously polished example of artfully composed melodic rock. The fact it's such an overly familiar affair makes it all the more disappointing.


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