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    Posted: May 01 2019 at 20:22

Here it is, another month gone and time for the New Release list for April, 2019.  Once again, it’s another big month for new releases in the world of Progressive Rock.  As usual, let me know if I missed anything, and I’ll add it into the list.  Here we go!

 

PoiL – “Sus”   RIO/Avant Prog    Released 4/26

Cosmograf – “Mind Over Depth”   Neo-Prog   Released 4/12

Periphery – “Periphery IV: Hail Stan”   Progressive Metal    Released 4/15

Jordan Rudess – “Wired for Madness”   Crossover Prog    Released 4/19

Banco del Mutuo Soccorso – “Transiberina”    Rock Progressivo Italiano   Released 4/26

Monkey3 – “Sphere”   Psychedelic/Space Rock    Released 4/12

Fabio Zuffanti – “In/Out”    Crossover Prog   Released 4/5

Pervy Perkin – “Comedia: Inferno”    Progressive Metal   Released 4/8

Loonypark – “Deep Space Eight”   Crossover Prog    Released 4/4

United Progressive – “Planetary Overload Part I: Loss”   Crossover Prog   Released 4/19

Lonely Robot – “Under Stars”    Crossover Prog    Released 4/26

Alan Parsons Band – “The Secret”   Prog Related   Released 4/26

La Batteria – “La Batteria II”   Rock Progressivo Italiano   Released 4/5

Gan Eden – “Il Giardino”    Rock Progressive Italiano    Released 4/19

Cyril – “The Way Through”    Crossover Prog    Released 4/30

Seven Steps to the Green Door – “The ? Lie”   Neo-prog    Released 4/30

Arena – “Re-visited Live”   Neo-prog   Released 4/15

The Far Meadows – “Foreign Land   Neo-prog    Released 4/12

Daal – “Archives”    Eclectic Prog   Released 4/20

Djam Karet – “A Sky Full of Stars for a Roof”    Eclectic Prog    Released 4/15

The Skys – “Automatic Minds”   Crossover Prog    Released 4/15 (digital only CD &                        Vinyl will be released on 5/15)

Neil Campbell Collective – “Last Year’s News”   Eclectic Prog    Released 4/13

Town Portal – “Of Violence”   Experimental/Post Metal    Released 4/5

Evaline’s Dust – “K.”   Eclectic Prog    Released 4/8

Lost World Band – “Spheres Aligned”   Crossover Prog   Released 4/8

This Winter Machine – “A Tower of Clocks   Neo-prog   Released 4/30

Utopia – “Live at the Chicago Theater”    Eclectic Prog    Released 4/5

Rascal Reporters – “Redux, Vol. I”    RIO/Avant Prog    Released 4/8

Agnesis – “Paradeigma”   Progressive Metal    Released 4/10

Silver Key – “Third”    Neo-prog    Released 4/10

Steve Hughes – “Themes Vol. I”    Neo-prog    Released 4/9

Umpfel – “As the Waters Cover the Sea”    Progressive Metal    Released 4/12

Peter Gabriel – “Rated PG”    Crossover Prog    Released 4/13

Frank Zappa – “The Guitar World According to FZ” (re-release)   RIO/Avant Prog   Released 4/13

Raccomandata Ricevuta Ritorno – “In Rock”    Rock Progressivo Italiano   Released 4/13

Emerson, Lake & Palmer – “Live at Pocono International Raceway USA 1972”    Symphonic Prog   Released 4/13

Psicolorama – “Prog Man Rock”   Crossover Prog     Released 4/13

Dark Suns – “Half Light Souvenirs”   Experimental/Post Metal    Released 4/12 (digital only, CD & vinyl to be released 6/7)

Handwrist – “Tribulation”    Psychedelic/Space Rock    Released 4/14

Latitudes – “Part Island    Experimental/Post Metal    Released 4/5

Felix Martin – “Caracas    Heavy Prog    Released 4/12

Pythagoras – “Live at Pulchri”   Symphonic Prog    Released 4/26

Andrew Roussak – “Storm Warning”    Symphonic Prog    Released 4/26

Great Wide North – “The View from Olympus    Neo-prog    Released 4/5

Pyramidial – “Pyramidial”    Psychedelic/Space Rock    Released 4/15

Babal – “The Big Everything”    Crossover Prog   Released 4/18

Epignosis – “A Month of Sundays”    Symphonic Prog    Released 4/28

Mt. Amber – “Another Moon”    Crossover Prog     Released 4/3

The Ancestry Program – “Tomorrow”    Neo-prog    Released 4/10

Lucifer’s Friend – “Black Moon”     Heavy Prog    Released 4/26

Red Sand – “Forsaken”    Neo Prog    Released 4/15

The Minstrel’s Ghost – “Jack: A Different Kind of Tale”   Crossover Prog   Released 4/5

Neal Morse – “Jesus Christ – Exorcist”   Symphonic Prog    Released 4/14

35 Tapes - "Lost & Found"    Symphonic Prog    Released 4/5

Aidan Baker - "See Through"    Progressive Electronic   Released 4/28

Ave Sangra - "Vendavais"    Prog Folk    Released 4/26

The Mercury Tree – “Spidermilk”   Heavy Prog   Released 4/4

Gnohgnuhgnlus - "Habitude"  Progressive Electronic   Released 4/14

Am Fost La Munte Si Mi-a Placnt - "La Deal"   Post/Math Rock   Released 4/10

Liquid Orbit - "Game of Promises"   Psychedelic/Space Rock   Released 4/23

Merrow - "Reading the Bones"   Progressive Metal    Released 4/12

Richard Pinhass - "Live at Bam Bolam"    Progressive Electronic    Released 4/13

Emme Phyzema - "Emme Phyzema"   RIO/Avant Prog    Released 4/20

Waste of Space Orchestra - "Syntheosis"   Experimental/Post Metal    Released 4/5

King Crimson - "Live in Newcastle"   Eclectic Rock    Released 4/26

Johnny Bob - "Fjodor and the Watergiant"   Neo-prog    Released 4/26

Igor Wakhevitch - "Kshatrya"   Progressive Electronic Released 4/2

Steve Roach - "The Gesture of History"   Progressive Electronic    Released 4/?

Erth - "Petricor"   RIO/Avant Prog    Released 4/20

Steve Bonino - "Stargazer 2"   Crossover Prog    Released 4/14

Phrozenlight - "Reset"   Progressive Electronic    Released 4/28

Phrozenlight - "Demos 19 First Quarter"  Progressive Electronic    Released 4/21

Phrozenlight - "Into Oblivion"   Progressive Electronic    Released 4/24

Phrozenlight - "Eastern Memories"   Progressive Electronic    Released 4/20

Vaura - "Sables"   Experimental/Post Metal     Released 4/26

 

 

 

See something you like?  Go ahead and write a review.  As usual, I will keep adding on to this list as other releases come to light or if you know of something I have missed. 

 

My personal favorites for the month so far are (in no particular order):

1)     Pyramidial – “Pyramidial”

2)     Felix Martin – “Caracas

3)     Umpfel – “As the Waters Cover the Sea”

4)     Rascal Reporters – “Redux, Vol. 1”

5)     Monkey3 – “Sphere”

6)     Periphery – “Periphery IV: Hail Stan”

      7)   The Mercury Tree - "Spidermilk"

 

 

 



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Originally posted by TenYearsAfter TenYearsAfter wrote:

Dean Baker (Galahad)- Constellations
Mark Rowen (Mostly Autumn)- Radiance
Yagull - Yuna
The Adekaem - Sound Colouring
Laura Meade (IZZ) - Remedium
Encircled - The Universal Mirth
 
These bands and artists have not been approved by the Prog Archives team yet.  To suggest that they get added to the Archives, you must go to the "Suggest New Bands and Artists" forum and request their addition.  Here is the link:  http://www.progarchives.com/forum/forum_topics.asp?FID=1  Once they have been approved, I can add them to this page.
 
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Originally posted by TenYearsAfter TenYearsAfter wrote:


Laura Meade (IZZ) - Remedium
 
Good album but it came out in Summer 2018.
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Thanks for your great effort TC! This thread's been pinned.
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Thanks for the list. I think Jon Anderson released his album "1000 Hands" in April too, but I might be wrong.
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Thanks for your great effort TC! This thread's been pinned.
 
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Originally posted by Manuel Manuel wrote:

Thanks for the list. I think Jon Anderson released his album "1000 Hands" in April too, but I might be wrong.
 
Thanks for your appreciation every month, it's those comments that keep me going with this knowing that it is useful to everyone.  As far as Jon Anderson, you were close, but it was released March 31.  I still appreciate your mentioning it because it keeps me checking and, even though I can't believe I would miss Jon Anderson, it would be easy to leave things out either by overlooking something or complete lack of concentration on my part, so I really do appreciate it.  Smile


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Originally posted by TCat TCat wrote:

Originally posted by Manuel Manuel wrote:

Thanks for the list. I think Jon Anderson released his album "1000 Hands" in April too, but I might be wrong.
 
Thanks for your appreciation every month, it's those comments that keep me going with this knowing that it is useful to everyone.  As far as Jon Anderson, you were close, but it was released March 31.  I still appreciate your mentioning it because it keeps me checking and, even though I can't believe I would miss Jon Anderson, it would be easy to leave things out either by overlooking something or complete lack of concentration on my part, so I really do appreciate it.  Smile
And thank you for the effort to put this list together, it's a great service to the prog community in Prog Archives.
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Updated and corrected post:

Interesting non PA bands/artist last 12 months:

Dean Baker (Galahad)- Constellations
Mark Rowen (ex-Breathing Space)- Radiance
Yagull - Yuna
The Adekaem - Sound Colouring
Laura Meade (IZZ) - Remedium
Pollard/Daniel/Booth – Eight
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[QUOTE=TenYearsAfter] Updated and corrected post:

Interesting non PA bands/artist last 12 months:

Mark Rowen (ex-Breathing Space)- Radiance : Eclectic Prog
Yagull - Yuna : Prog Related
The Adekaem - Sound Colouring : Neo-Prog
Laura Meade (IZZ) - Remedium : Prog Related
Pollard/Daniel/Booth – Eight : Progressive Electronic
Dean Baker (Galahad)- Constellations : Progressive Electronic
Mars Project – House Of The Restless : Progressive Electronic
Encircled – The Universal Mirth : Neo-Prog

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Thank you for this monthly listing!
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Originally posted by TCat TCat wrote:

My personal favorites for the month so far are (in no particular order):

1)     Pyramidial – “Pyramidial”

2)     Felix Martin – “Caracas

3)     Umpfel – “As the Waters Cover the Sea”

4)     Rascal Reporters – “Redux, Vol. 1”

5)     Monkey3 – “Sphere”

6)     Periphery – “Periphery IV: Hail Stan”

      7)   The Mercury Tree - "Spidermilk"


Thank you TCat! And thanks for the lovely review on the website. We are at work on a 100% new studio album at the moment, and after that I will be making a volume 2 of Redux :) Delighted to see our release in your top this month.
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Originally posted by auxfnx auxfnx wrote:

Originally posted by TCat TCat wrote:

My personal favorites for the month so far are (in no particular order):

1)     Pyramidial – “Pyramidial”

2)     Felix Martin – “Caracas

3)     Umpfel – “As the Waters Cover the Sea”

4)     Rascal Reporters – “Redux, Vol. 1”

5)     Monkey3 – “Sphere”

6)     Periphery – “Periphery IV: Hail Stan”

      7)   The Mercury Tree - "Spidermilk"


Thank you TCat! And thanks for the lovely review on the website. We are at work on a 100% new studio album at the moment, and after that I will be making a volume 2 of Redux :) Delighted to see our release in your top this month.
 
I look forward to your future releases.
 
 
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Just got 35 Tapes - "Lost & Found"    Symphonic Prog  and love it. The singer sounds like Andy Latimer(Camel)

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Thanks for the info TCat, I just read the link, I consider the suggested steps as a too time consuming action to suggest bands/artists. So I prefer to suggest non-PA bands under my reviews.

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