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    Posted: April 01 2019 at 18:58

 

 

It’s time again for another installment of 2019 New Releases, this time for March.  It was another huge list of artists releasing new albums this month.  Hopefully you can find an artist in this list that you want to check out and support or review.  Once again, if there is somebody you know of that I missed, let me know.

 

The Mute Gods – “Atheists and Believers”   Crossover Prog  Released 3/22

Devin Townsend – “Empath”   Experimental/Post Metal   3/29

RPWL – “Tales from Outer Space”   Neo Prog   3/22

Moon Tooth – “Crux”    Progressive Metal   3/29

Queensryche – “The Verdict”   Progressive Metal   3/1

Darkwater – “Human”   Progressive Metal   3/1

Tim Bowness – “Flowers on the Scene”   Crossover Prog   Released 3/1

ni – “Pantophobic”   RIO/Avant Prog   Released 3/1

The Mercury Tree – “Spidermilk”   Heavy Prog   3/26

Eris Pluvia – “Tales from Another Time”   Rock Progressivo Italiano  Released 3/1

Grice – “One Thousand Birds”   Crossover Prog   3/22

Yngwie Malmsteen – “Blue Lightening”   Prog Related    3/29

Jon Anderson – “1000 Hands: Chapter I”   Prog Related   3/31

Peter Hammill – “Not Here, Not Now”   Eclectic Prog   3/29

The Inner Road – “The Majestic Garden   Symphonic Prog   3/1

S91 – “Along the Sacred Path”   Progressive Metal   3/22

Consider the Source – “You Are Literally a Metaphor”  Eclectic Prog  Released 3/1

T – “Solipsystemology”   Neo Prog   Released 3/22

Le Orme – “Sulle Ali di un Sogno”  Rock Progressivo Italiano  Released 3/15

3rd Ear Experience – “From Ear to Space”   Psychedelic/Space Rock   Released 3/23

King Crimson – “1972 – 1974”   Eclectic Prog   Released 3/8

Phoenix Again – “Friends of Spring”   Neo Prog   Released 3/30

Gustavo Jobim – “Os Principes (OST)”  Progressive Electronic   Released 3/1

Numen – “Cyclothimia”  Neo Prog    Released 3/31

Ultra Zook – “Ultra Zook”    RIO/Avant Prog   Released 3/22

Guillaume Cazenave – “Official One (The Odd Gallant)”  Crossover Prog   Released 3/?

Tyr – “Hel”    Progressive Metal    Released 3/8

Mago de Oz – “Ira Dei”   Progressive Metal   Released 3/15

Nik Turner – “The Final Frontier”   Psychedelic/Space Rock  Released 3/8

Kate Bush – “The Other Sides”   Crossover Prog   Released 3/8

Fungus – “The Key of the Garden”   Heavy Prog Released 3/9

Annubis Spire – “White Crow”   Crossover Prog   Released 3/11

King of Agogik – “After the Last Stroke”   Neo Prog    Released 3/30

Amalgam Effect – “Sketches”   Heavy Prog   Released 3/8

Black Bombaim – “With Jonathan Saldahna, Luis Fernandes & Pedro Augusto”                              Psychedelic/Space Rock   Released 3/11

East of the Wall – “NP – Complete”   Experimental/Post Metal   Released 3/29

Zerothehero – “Nobody”   Crossover Prog    Released 3/14

Appearance of Nothing – “In Times of Darkness”   Progressive Metal   Released 3/22

The Flying Luttenbachers – “Shattered Dimension”   RIO/Avant Prog   Released 3/1

Inner Space – “Inner Space”   Jazz/Rock Fusion   Released ?

Starquake – “Time Space Matter”   Neo Prog   Released 3/29

United Bible Studies – “Porti Sepolti”   Prog Folk   Released 3/15

Alameda 5 – “Eurodrome”   Psychedelic/Space Rock   Released 3/15

Pond – “Tasmania   Psychedelic/Space Rock   Released 3/1

Kanoi – “Stealth Chicken”   Krautrock    Released 3/20

High Spy – “The Code”   Neo Prog    Released 3/24

Mothers of Millions – “Artifacts”   Progressive Metal   Released 3/22

Pulsonica – “Entre Mundos”   Heavy Prog    Released 3/1

June Cleaver and the Steak Knives – “A Place Where Nobody Goes”   Eclectic Prog  Released 3/1

Joost Magley – “Alter Ego”   Crossover Prog   Released 3/?

Conqueror – “In Orbita”   Rock Progressivo Italiano   Released 3/27

Napier’s Bone – “Five Years in the Wood”   Crossover Prog   Released 3/29

Panzerpappa – “Summarisk Suite”    RIO/Avant Prog    Released 3/3

Lion Shepherd – “III   Crossover Prog   Released 3/29

Driftglass – “World of Conversation”   Progressive Metal   Released 3/28

Minami Deutsch - "Live at Roadburn Festival"   Krautrock   Released 3/1

Supersister - "Supersister Projekt 2019: Retsis Repus"   Canterbury Scene   Released 3/22

Various Artists - "Issue 97:  The Big Dream"   Various Genres   Released 3/27

Phew, what a list.  There is some great stuff in there though.  Let me know if I missed anything. 

 

My favorites from March are (in no particular order):

1)     Devin Townsend – “Empath”

2)     Queensryche – “The Verdict”

3)     Darkwater – “Human”

4)     Tim Bowness – “Flowers at the Scene”

5)     ni – “Pantophoie”

6)     Consider the Source – “You Are Literally a Metaphor”

7)     Fungus – “The Key of the Garden”

8)     Amalgsm Effect – “Sketches”

9)     Black Bombaim – “with Jonathan Soldahna, Luis Fernando & Pdro Augusto

10) Appearance of Nothing – “In Times of Darkness”

11) Pond – “Tasmania

 

There are still several I haven’t heard yet.

 

 

 



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Again, thank you very much for this list, it helps a lot knowing what is new out there.
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I've been listening to the Tim Bowness one quite a lot, that's very good. Bit disappointed about the Kate Bush one as I spent £90 on the box set to get it just before Christmas.
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Again, thank you very much for this list, it helps a lot knowing what is new out there.
 
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I've been listening to the Tim Bowness one quite a lot, that's very good.
 
I really like that album too.  Tim's vocals are always great and the songs are very memorable.
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I meant to tell you I really liked to read your Black Bombaim review. I was planning to write one but you expressed my opinion much better than I ever would.
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I meant to tell you I really liked to read your Black Bombaim review. I was planning to write one but you expressed my opinion much better than I ever would.
 
Thank you for mentioning that.  I feel that is one album that could use more attention, and other reviews are always welcome, so feel free to add your opinion anyway if you are inclined.  It helps bring more attention to the albums that can otherwise get ignored. 
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^ We'll see, I might have something more to tell with more spins. Their album "Far Out" really grew on me, until I gave it a 5-star review.
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This list just reminds me that no matter how hard i try, i'll always be scratching the surface of the music that exists. Oh well, carry on ;)

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Oh BTW, good job on this however if you keep up with the 2019 best of list for prog rock on RYM you can find even more releases and several bands that aren't even on PA. If i had time i'd check some of these out and recommend them so here it is if anyone has the inclination to check out some of these bands not on PA.

1Lotus
Soen
Lotus
1 February 
male vocals, melodic, introspective, progressive, dark
2The Great Adventure
The Neal Morse Band
male vocals, technical, melodic, orchestral, progressive
3The Crucible
Motorpsycho
The Crucible
15 February 
progressive, dense, energetic, male vocals, complex
4Il risveglio del principe
5Echoes From Within Dragon Island
Karfagen
melodic, male vocals, technical
6At the Edge of Light
Steve Hackett
atmospheric, melodic, male vocals
7Galactica
8Tales from Outer Space
RPWL
male vocals, concept album, science fiction, atmospheric, melodic
9Pantophobie
ni
Pantophobie
1 March 
dissonant, complex, uncommon time signatures, heavy
10Amazingous
Cheeto's Magazine
Amazingous
15 February 
technical, quirky, eclectic, melodic, male vocals
11YiY
Wyxz
YiY
10 January 
progressive, dense, aggressive, technical, manic
12Every Night Something Happens
Lost Crowns
progressive, male vocals, complex, uncommon time signatures
13White Rainbow
Mostly Autumn
female vocals, melancholic
14Moving Backwards
Wheel
Moving Backwards
22 February 
epic, atmospheric, dark, heavy, progressive
15Derby Motoreta’s Burrito Kachimba
16Focus 11
17Tracteur
18Ramagehead
19The Bucket List
20Iosomnia
Jupiter
Iosomnia
11 February 
progressive, male vocals, psychedelic
21You Are Literally a Metaphor
22Atheists and Believers
23Во благо злу
Злурад [Zlurad]
noisy, improvisation, aggressive, female vocals, male vocals
24The Chaos Game
25Clocks That Tick (But Never Talk)
26Lenguaje y Comunicación
27Numidia
Numidia
Numidia
7 January 
progressive, instrumental, psychedelic
28The Face of Life
29The Story of Scott Rötti
30The Pearl
31Nocturne
32Into the Herd
33Mad Fellaz III
34Mythopoetry
35Tales From Another Time
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37Nachtfalter
Günter Schickert
Nachtfalter
15 February 
psychedelic, nocturnal, instrumental, atmospheric, dark
38Caught by the Machine
39III
Lion Shepherd
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29 March 
atmospheric, progressive, dense, eclectic, passionate
40Deadweight
41Perfectly Flawed
42Out of Mind
43Unward Flare
44Clear Perception
45Переходный этап
46Gone
47
48The Third Silence
49Cyclothymia
50The Key
51Alter Ego
52Waves
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54Homestage
55Scared to Breathe
56Antarticus
57A æ u å æ ø i æ å, æ i å u å æ ø i æ å?
58Instances
59Physis
60Cepheid
61Radical American Hippy Kraut
62All the Useless Spinning
63Sketches
64Brandenburg
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Oh BTW, good job on this however if you keep up with the 2019 best of list for prog rock on RYM you can find even more releases and several bands that aren't even on PA. If i had time i'd check some of these out and recommend them so here it is if anyone has the inclination to check out some of these bands not on PA.

1Lotus
Soen
Lotus
1 February 
male vocals, melodic, introspective, progressive, dark
2The Great Adventure
The Neal Morse Band
male vocals, technical, melodic, orchestral, progressive
3The Crucible
Motorpsycho
The Crucible
15 February 
progressive, dense, energetic, male vocals, complex
4Il risveglio del principe
5Echoes From Within Dragon Island
Karfagen
melodic, male vocals, technical
6At the Edge of Light
Steve Hackett
atmospheric, melodic, male vocals
7Galactica
8Tales from Outer Space
RPWL
male vocals, concept album, science fiction, atmospheric, melodic
9Pantophobie
ni
Pantophobie
1 March 
dissonant, complex, uncommon time signatures, heavy
10Amazingous
Cheeto's Magazine
Amazingous
15 February 
technical, quirky, eclectic, melodic, male vocals
11YiY
Wyxz
YiY
10 January 
progressive, dense, aggressive, technical, manic
12Every Night Something Happens
Lost Crowns
progressive, male vocals, complex, uncommon time signatures
13White Rainbow
Mostly Autumn
female vocals, melancholic
14Moving Backwards
Wheel
Moving Backwards
22 February 
epic, atmospheric, dark, heavy, progressive
15Derby Motoreta’s Burrito Kachimba
16Focus 11
17Tracteur
18Ramagehead
19The Bucket List
20Iosomnia
Jupiter
Iosomnia
11 February 
progressive, male vocals, psychedelic
21You Are Literally a Metaphor
22Atheists and Believers
23Во благо злу
Злурад [Zlurad]
noisy, improvisation, aggressive, female vocals, male vocals
24The Chaos Game
25Clocks That Tick (But Never Talk)
26Lenguaje y Comunicación
27Numidia
Numidia
Numidia
7 January 
progressive, instrumental, psychedelic
28The Face of Life
29The Story of Scott Rötti
30The Pearl
31Nocturne
32Into the Herd
33Mad Fellaz III
34Mythopoetry
35Tales From Another Time
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37Nachtfalter
Günter Schickert
Nachtfalter
15 February 
psychedelic, nocturnal, instrumental, atmospheric, dark
38Caught by the Machine
39III
Lion Shepherd
III
29 March 
atmospheric, progressive, dense, eclectic, passionate
40Deadweight
41Perfectly Flawed
42Out of Mind
43Unward Flare
44Clear Perception
45Переходный этап
46Gone
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48The Third Silence
49Cyclothymia
50The Key
51Alter Ego
52Waves
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54Homestage
55Scared to Breathe
56Antarticus
57A æ u å æ ø i æ å, æ i å u å æ ø i æ å?
58Instances
59Physis
60Cepheid
61Radical American Hippy Kraut
62All the Useless Spinning
63Sketches
64Brandenburg
65In Orbit
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Oh BTW, good job on this however if you keep up with the 2019 best of list for prog rock on RYM you can find even more releases and several bands that aren't even on PA. If i had time i'd check some of these out and recommend them so here it is if anyone has the inclination to check out some of these bands not on PA.




Sorry for the above post. It timed out and that post doesn't give me the option to delete. WTF? Ugh.

Interesting. I see it posted TWICE and it won't even allow me to edit it as to make it shorter and not a nuisance. I was a Mr Bungle on this one Ouch


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Originally posted by siLLy puPPy siLLy puPPy wrote:

Oh BTW, good job on this however if you keep up with the 2019 best of list for prog rock on RYM you can find even more releases and several bands that aren't even on PA. If i had time i'd check some of these out and recommend them so here it is if anyone has the inclination to check out some of these bands not on PA.




Sorry for the above post. It timed out and that post doesn't give me the option to delete. WTF? Ugh.

Interesting. I see it posted TWICE and it won't even allow me to edit it as to make it shorter and not a nuisance. I was a Mr Bungle on this one Ouch
 
Thanks for the info.  I do use RYM, but more for music in general since it incorporates mostly everything, but tend to rely on other sites for specific genres.  I only list those found on this site, and believe me, that job is taunting enough.  The list is put together to help the members of this site when it comes time to vote for the best albums of the year and to help them support the new albums that are approved for inclusion on this site. 
 
However, your inclusion of the RYM link is definitely useful and I appreciate you putting it here.  I know if I started adding these additional bands to my listening list, I would never be able to hear it all.  I can barely keep up with the ones on the Archives. 
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^ well i thought you were becoming the patron saint of new releases! You're a cat and have nine lives so assign each one of those felines to pick up the slack :D

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^ well i thought you were becoming the patron saint of new releases! You're a cat and have nine lives so assign each one of those felines to pick up the slack :D
 
But, you know cats have to sleep a lot, so nine felines means 9 times the cat naps.  Somewhere along the way I'm sure we'd hit the "Law of Diminishing Return".
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I've been listening to the Tim Bowness one quite a lot, that's very good. Bit disappointed about the Kate Bush one as I spent £90 on the box set to get it just before Christmas.
 

Yep the Tim Bowness album is very good. I didn't get the second KB box set , just too expensive. I did buy the reissue of Aerial though.


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RPWL and The Mute Gods are the others I've heard. Both are excellent.
Good year for prog so far. 
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Thanks for the list.

FYI, this one is actually May 10:
Arch/Matheos – “Winter Ethereal”   Progressive Metal    Released 3/10

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Thanks for the list.

FYI, this one is actually May 10:
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Thanks for bringing that to my attention.  I will get that changed.
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