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    Posted: August 03 2014 at 17:51
^ agreed.

Reasons for Opeth/Mastodon (and perhaps others indeed) tend to be the association to the 'metal' rather than the 'prog'.
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I subscribe, so I can learn more.  Even though I loved Yes and Rush, I never realised to begin with that they had been pigeonholed as progressive rock; they were just interesting bands that I liked.  

There are a lot of good bands out there, and its not always obvious who they are.  

As an aside they did a top 100 this month, and the top 7 albums are very similar to the prog archives, same albums in a slightly different order.  

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I need to.
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I used to but got tired of the expensive price and misinformed reviews.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Toaster Mantis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: August 20 2014 at 09:09
Nope. The only major international music magazine I read on a regular basis is Mojo. Recently also started reading Metalized, a Danish metal magazine that occasionally covers prog artists if they have some connection to the metal scene either through the music they play or their past affliations.
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I like the magazine. Lots of cool pictures and some good writing, a bit overly-sensationalistic at times but I find that quite funny!

One thing I enjoy is the fact that such a magazine exists and I can stop by the local Chapters/Indigo and buy it. Amazing, and would have been unheard of 10 years ago.

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