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PROGRESSIVE METAL

A Progressive Rock Sub-genre


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Progressive Metal definition

This category represents the core movement of what is called "Progressive Metal" in the literal sense. It is a subgenre of progressive rock as much as it is a subgenre of heavy metal, and this is how its sound is defined: a blend of heavy, guitar-oriented metal music enriched with compositional innovation and complex arrangements, usually expressed through diverse instrumentation and often (but not always) with odd-time signatures. Common, but not essential to define the movement, are the frequent use of keyboards, high-pitched vocals, concept lyrical themes and tracks of longer duration. Similar to progressive rock, progressive metal draws influences from other genres, such as jazz/fusion, ethnic, classical and symphonic music.

The Origins:
The heavy sound of some of the progressive rock bands of the 70's has been one of the building blocks on which progressive metal was raised. Progressive rock pioneers such as KING CRIMSON and RUSH have often been acclaimed as the main influences of progressive metal bands. The other major influence has been the NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal) movement, and especially the twin-guitar arrangements of IRON MAIDEN, which have left their stamp on the early stages of the genre's development.

The Pioneers:
Often (and not unjustifiably) referred to as the "Big Three" of progressive metal, QUEENSRYCHE, FATES WARNING and DREAM THEATER have set the scene of what was to follow in the movement. The defining era for the genre was the second half of the 80's, among QUEENSRYCHE's "The Warning" (1984) and (most explicitly) "Rage for Order" (1986) along with FATES WARNING's "Awaken the Guardian" (1986) and "No Exit" (1988) releases. The former evolved on their pure American power metal beginnings, while the latter refined their technical/NWOBHM-influenced metal into more progressive forms. Although producing demos since the mid-80's as MAJESTY, DREAM THEATER's first release came in 1989 with "A Dream and Day Unite". The innovative use of keyboards along with influences from American heavy/power metal and progressive rock produced an original blend which was to be further refined in 1992's "Images and Words", which until this day remains next to "Progressive Metal" definition in any musical dictionary.

Among the pioneers of the genre, but enjoying less success and popularity, were PSYCHOTIC WALTZ and SIEGES EVEN. The former were essentially playing progressive metal as ASLAN in the mid-80's and developed a highly eclectic sound in the 90's. The latter's debut classifies them among the European prog-thrash pioneers but their music evolved to more melodic patterns and heavily influenced by RUSH in the early 90's.


Progressive metal is difficult to further divide in sub-genres but a number of tendencies or movements have been critical to the evolvement of its sound.

Traditional Progressive Metal
The style developed by the pioneers was fully established in the 1990s and includes a range of bands from the two sides of the Atlantic. Good examples in this movement are SAVATAGE, who expanded their heavy metal beginnings with operatic and progressive elements in late 80's/early 90's, while SHADOW GALLERY and SYMPHONY X emerged with a unique sound, each embodying a strong theatrical, symphonic and melodic approach. In Europe, SOUL CAGES continued the legacy of SIEGES EVEN in a more artistic path.

Power-Progressive Metal (American style)
The legacy of RIOT (the counterpart of NWOBHM sound in USA) and the early releases of QUEENSRYCHE and FATES WARNING heavily influenced a number of bands that were to develop a common sound towards the late 80's. Among the well-known representatives of what is called American Power Metal (e.g. VICIOUS RUMORS, HELSTAR), a small number of bands enriched their sound with progressive and epic elements. Probably, the most obvious examples of this movement are CRIMSON GLORY and HEIR APPARENT.

Power-Progressive Metal (European style)
This category includes a broad range of bands that could sound fairly dissimilar to each other but their music is significantly influenced by the European Power Metal (primarily German) bands of the 80's (e.g. HELLOWEEN, RAGE, RUNNING WILD). The earliest examples are probably BLIND GUARDIAN, ANGRA (although Brazilian, their sound is mainly European) and CONCEPTION. Slightly later, VANDEN PLAS, ROYAL HUNT, ELDRITCH and LABYRINTH gave rise to the popularity of the genre in Germany, Denmark and Italy respectively. The symphonic and neo-classical elements (made popular by YNGWIE MALMSTEEN) also found their way through power metal with bands like RHAPSODY OF FIRE and NIGHTWISH, whose style does not qualify as being progressive for many people. Nevertheless their music is quite demanding to play and contains many elements of serious classical composition and form.

Modern Progressive Metal
The second half of the 90's and the early 00's also saw newly formed bands expanding the boundaries of Traditional Progressive Metal via a number of ways: introducing electronic/spacey elements, investing heavily in lyricality and/or syncopation and further rhythmical experimentation. Also the idea of thematically conceptual albums has returned in accord with the practices of the Progressive Metal pioneers. Well-known examples in this category are AYREON, PAIN OF SALVATION and RIVERSIDE.


--- Definition by Thanos and the Progressive Metal Team, January 2012 ---

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Progressive Metal Top Albums


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4.29 | 2610 ratings
IMAGES AND WORDS
Dream Theater
4.29 | 2676 ratings
METROPOLIS PART 2 - SCENES FROM A MEMORY
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4.26 | 1518 ratings
SECOND LIFE SYNDROME
Riverside
4.23 | 1117 ratings
THE PERFECT ELEMENT - PART 1
Pain Of Salvation
4.23 | 1040 ratings
REMEDY LANE
Pain Of Salvation
4.21 | 953 ratings
OPERATION: MINDCRIME
Queensr che
4.21 | 1153 ratings
ANNO DOMINI HIGH DEFINITION
Riverside
4.19 | 1029 ratings
OUT OF MYSELF
Riverside
4.18 | 1067 ratings
THE HUMAN EQUATION
Ayreon
4.14 | 1793 ratings
SIX DEGREES OF INNER TURBULENCE
Dream Theater
4.18 | 347 ratings
THE ART OF NAVIGATING BY THE STARS
Sieges Even
4.15 | 640 ratings
V - THE NEW MYTHOLOGY SUITE
Symphony X
4.17 | 344 ratings
A PLEASANT SHADE OF GRAY
Fates Warning
4.18 | 277 ratings
THE FULLNESS OF TIME
Redemption
4.13 | 670 ratings
INTO THE ELECTRIC CASTLE
Ayreon
4.11 | 1902 ratings
AWAKE
Dream Theater
4.11 | 801 ratings
BE
Pain Of Salvation
4.14 | 364 ratings
PERFECT SYMMETRY
Fates Warning
4.12 | 514 ratings
THE DIVINE WINGS OF TRAGEDY
Symphony X
4.13 | 401 ratings
ROOM V
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Latest Progressive Metal Music Reviews


 Mindscape by TRIVIAL ACT album cover Studio Album, 1997
3.97 | 12 ratings

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Mindscape
Trivial Act Progressive Metal

Review by UMUR
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars "Mindscape" is the debut full-length studio album by Norwegian progressive metal act Trivial Act. The album was released through FaceFront Records in 1997. Trivial Act was formed in 1992 as Cemetary Gates but changed their band name to Trivial Act in 1993. In terms of output "Mindscape" is their only official release, but they did actually record a second full-length album, which was released as a demo in 2001. At that point bassist Steinar Krokmo and drummer Stian Kristoffersen had however begun a new adventure with the subsequently more successful Pagan's Mind. None of those two play on "Mindscape" though where the bass is handled by Svend Ole Heggedal and the drums by Erik Wroldsen (the latter would join Red Harvest in 1998 for a longer stint.

The music on "Mindscape" is guitar/vocal driven progressive metal or in other words 80s influenced progressive metal without keyboards. There is a strong power metal influence in the music too and especially the vocals and the occasional use of choirs in the choruses lead my thoughts in that direction. The material on the 10 track, 69:34 minutes long album (the Japanese version features two bonus tracks), are well written and very well performed. It┤s obvious that these guys are both skilled composers and even more accomplished musicians. The vocals are powerful and delivered with great conviction (reminds me slightly of Dio at times), the guitars are both hard and edgy, and more melodic and intriguing, and the rhythm section are tight and deliver an impressive precision attack.

While there are technically complex sections on the album, the music is not as such focused on that aspect of playing music. Instead "Mindscape" is generally a very melodic oriented album (examples of the most melodic tinged material on the album are found in tracks like "Rainbow Valley" and "Vanish"), where the technical playing is a means to an end, instead of being forced technical noodling. There are no odd sections put in for the sake of it, and when the band put in progressive parts, it┤s always done in a tasteful manner.

"Mindscape" is a self-produced affair, and taking that into considering, the album is well produced, featuring a both powerful and clear sound. We┤re so used to hearing keyboards on almost every progressive metal release these days (and back when this album was released too), that the soundscape sometimes feels a bit "empty", but it┤s actually refreshing to hear a progressive metal release with some "room" in the mix.

Overall "Mindscape" is a quality release, but the fact that the band┤s brand of progressive metal arguably sounded a bit old fashioned in 1997, probably sealed their fate, and the release of the album more or less went unnoticed by most fans of the genre. If you enjoy melodic progressive metal with strong power metal leanings (and no keyboards), this might be the release for you. A 3.5 - 4 star (75%) rating is deserved.

 Stronger Than Hate by MEMORIES LAB album cover Studio Album, 2009
3.17 | 6 ratings

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Stronger Than Hate
Memories Lab Progressive Metal

Review by guitarhero

2 stars Congratulations on the debut of this group. I will be concise and sincere. I found this record with a few melodic sounds and I enjoyed the work of the guitar and battery well-interwoven with each other, although with these songs you can not do otherwise. Surely I would improve the voice where in many places the vocal lines are too tight to make them fit for instrumental parts. It is absolutely necessary to improve the growl and the high notes sung because of too much suffering. In general, however, I feel it is a good starting point. I'm sure next time you'll be downtown Congratulations and listening to the next
 Architecture of a God by LABYRINTH album cover Studio Album, 2017
3.13 | 4 ratings

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Architecture of a God
Lab rinth Progressive Metal

Review by aapatsos
Special Collaborator Prog Metal and Heavy Prog Teams

3 stars A return to form for Labyrinth who in 2017 sound pretty much like how I left them in 2003's s/t album. This is boosted by the fact that the band gets back to at least half of its original line-up with vocalist Tiranti re-joining with guitarists Cantarelli and Thorsen to re-create the original sound. A host of other excellent musicians join the pack with the highlight being John Macaluso (ex-Ark, Malmsteen etc.) who adds the much required intricacy on the drum kit to lift the dynamics of the album.

The core of 'Architecture of a God' is typical Labyrinth material; mid- to fast-speed power metal riffing inspired by the style of early Queensryche, high-pitched but controlled vocals, and fast keyboards interludes that add the much required colour and glimpses of progginess. 'Bullets', 'Take on my Legacy', and 'Stardust and Ashes' are fast killer power metal tracks, with the former opening the album in the best manner and Macaluso proving his skill and inventiveness, and the second being a real tribute to 80's Riot twin-guitar riffing. The rest of the album flows in mid-tempo melodic power metal with no real complaints other than the cover of Robert Miles' renowned 'Children' that adds no real value and the (expected due to the style, but not overly annoying) cheesiness of some mellower compositions. The title track is the longest and probably best track of the album, aided by variations in speed, a complex interplay towards the end and a great vocal performance.

Although it does not break any new ground, 'Architecture of a God' is pretty much signature power metal, executed by a talented bunch of musicians and highly entertaining. Shame they have not taken a step further to challenge their songwriting to go beyond the trodden paths. 3+ stars.

 Inure by UNTIL RAIN album cover Studio Album, 2017
4.00 | 3 ratings

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Inure
Until Rain Progressive Metal

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Crossover Prog Team

4 stars Well, it has been four years since their second album, which I raved over, but I can see that there has been quite some movement within the band between 'Anthem To Creation' and 'Inure' as only Theodore "Teo" Amaksopoulos (guitars) and Lef Germenlis (keyboards) are left from that line-up. But, it must be said that in the new members they have some real finds. I rated previous singer Yannis Papadopoulos very highly indeed, but Cons Marg is quite a find with a superb range. They have also brought in a second singer in Donna Zed who provides backing vocals where appropriate, and this allows for some powerful harmonies.

Teo and Lef are continuing to drive the band strongly in progressive metal, with some interesting time signatures and syncopation, and music that goes through the gamut of incredibly melodic through to intensely metallic and everything in between. They work together incredibly well, often both playing complex lead lines at the same time, and then each of them taking turns to provide backing for the other. There is a great deal of space within this album, and there is a great deal of light and shade, so that when they do turn up the riffs and intensity it has immediate impact. Incredibly polished, this is yet another great release from this Greek outfit, and I can only hope that with a settled line-up, which is currently on tour, that we don't have to wait so long for the next one. More to the Threshold end of prog metal than Dream Theater, just listening to this left me with a huge smile on my face, and who could wish for more?

 Effigy by ODD LOGIC album cover Studio Album, 2017
3.78 | 22 ratings

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Effigy
Odd Logic Progressive Metal

Review by Rivertree
Special Collaborator PSIKE Team & Band Submissions

4 stars Hell! What an odd logic! Is there any album which will bring me closer to growls, better than this? Wasn't aware of that outfit from Tacoma beforehand, but fortunately stumbled upon a new effigy recently, which is their 7th piece of art in the meanwhile. They are opening the song collection with the extended title track, and soon, solely after some minutes sinking into this, I already felt certain about the further status. Consequently this took a flying leap forward onto the top of my review list. It's not that those chaps are defining something essentially new here according to the progressive rock genre. The compositions though are really really enchanting, top notch all the way through, sometimes even courageous.

Hereby they are covering the complete range of heavy progressive rock, this mixed-up with some AOR and death metal. The band originally derives from a one-man show, what I know, rocked by Sean Thompson, who after all cares for guitars, keyboards as well as vocals here, additionally being responsible for the compositions. Not sure if there is a concept story behind this? In no case I could find proper information concerning this issue. Anyway, the aforementioned title song is epic for sure. I hear some significant Fates Warning leanings for instance, where Sean's voice comes surprisingly close to Ray Alder at the very start ... but hey, it's all good, and that's not all.

Nearly 18 minutes passing by in a flash, a multi-faceted affair, showing a recipe based on luxary equipment, including nice organ with (early) Genesis glimpses, acoustic guitar, multiple riffs, clever hooklines ... a fantastic kick-off by all means! More straightforward rrrocking in behaviour the shorter Master Of The Moor continues on the same level, partially setting the focus on the organ again. This one should be spreaded all over the world to every broadcast focussing on rock music outside of the mainstream, no question. Mercenary then will let them invade into the death metal territory, though not totally, as for that a hybrid somehow.

Due to The Yearning you won't miss the obligatory charming acoustic ballad, this featuring wonderful vocal performance throughout! Now returning back into the already entered moor paths Witch Runner appears with more AOR sentiment ... until they surprisingly again will open up a new death metal intermezzo. Well, what should I say to this? Wow, an excellent album! Almost perfect if you love heavy progressive rock music with diverse surprises involved. As there is something for every whim. Some spain respectively mexican folk impressions needed? No problem! Sean Thompson and his band mates have achieved great success with 'Effigy'.

 Deconstructive by ASHENT album cover Studio Album, 2009
3.18 | 9 ratings

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Deconstructive
Ashent Progressive Metal

Review by b_olariu
Prog Reviewer

3 stars Ashent is an Italian progressive metal band formed in 2002 by brothers Gianpaolo bass and Onofrio Falanga guitar. They released so far 3 albums, their second offer Deconstructive I guess is the most intresting from the 3, at least for me, even is far from excellent. I do not like in particular so called Circus Maximus clones, that girlie sweet voice is not really for me, and the arrangements are only ok, nothing more. Short pieces all 12 pieces are under 5 min minus one who has little over 6 min, but the progressive metal is all there, but simply I'm not so atached by the passages. All in all decent and totaly unintresting for me, but not bad, 3 stars with indulgence.
 Awaken the Guardian Live by FATES WARNING album cover Live, 2017
4.08 | 3 ratings

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Awaken the Guardian Live
Fates Warning Progressive Metal

Review by javajeff

4 stars It is 2016, and Fate Warning has another amazing studio album with Ray Alder: Theories Of Flight. Jim Matheos and the band are firing on all cylinders, so what do they do next? They tour with their original lead vocalist John Arch to perform their stellar Awaken the Guardian album in its entirety. This is a real taste of what could have been. The Arch / Matheos Sympathetic Resonance from 2011 is practically a Fates Warning album, Jim Matheos also has Redemption, and bands are more like projects these days. I think that John Arch and Ray Alder are both amazing progressive metal vocalists, and both Sympathetic Resonance and A Pleasant Shade Of Gray are two of my all time favorite albums that I listen to often. With all that being said, Awaken the Guardian Live is a huge treat. You get two concerts with this album. The first is Keep It True XIX took place at Lauda-K÷nigshofen, Germany, and the second is ProgPower XVII that took place at Atlanta, GA. Both have excellent sound quality, which is likely better than what could have been recorded in 1986 when Awaken the Guardian was released. John's vocals are excellent, and the musicianship is stellar as usual. This live album is a great way to hear a fresh take on Awaken the Guardian, and can act as an excellent introduction to the band.
 The Source by AYREON album cover Studio Album, 2017
3.90 | 64 ratings

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The Source
Ayreon Progressive Metal

Review by The Jester

4 stars The Source is a concept album, as any other album that Ayreon recorded. But unlike the previous 'The Theory of Everything', 'The Source' is a Sci-Fi Rock Opera, which is actually the prequel of 01011001, that was released in 2008. For the needs of the album, Arjen Lucarssen gathered a big number of musicians once more; including some "heavy" names among them. (There are 12 singers and 10 musicians participating in this album). In case you are wondering, here's a few names: James LaBrie (Dream Theater), Simone Simons (Epica), Hansi Kursch (Blind Guardian), Russell Allen (Symphony X), Floor Jansen (Nightwish), Zaher Zorghati (Myrath) and Mark Kelly (Marillion). As you can understand, with such an All-Star line up, the outcome can only be good. And it is! Starting with the album's epic opening song, The Day that the World Breaks Down, we get a clear first impression what this album will sound like. The style is typical Ayreon, but this time the sound is harder, heavier and more guitar-driven than the previous album. The dominant instrument here is Guitar (acoustic and electric), followed by Bass, Drums and Keyboards. But there are also many other instruments present, which are characteristic of Ayreon's sound, such as violin and flute for example. I read an interview of Arjen Lucarssen a few days ago, when he stated that, the album he recorded with Annekke under the name Gentle Storm was kind of a "feminine" one, so after that he wanted to record something more "masculine". So, he started recording some heavy guitar riffs, which led him to record some early versions of the first songs of The Source. The album comes as a double CD or as double vinyl (including an MP3 version), and has a total running time of almost 90 minutes. It is divided into 4 parts (Chronicles), named as: Chronicle 1: The Frame, Chronicle 2: The Aligning of the Ten, Chronicle 3: The Transmigration, Chronicle 4: The Rebirth. The album is available in Digital form, double CD and double Vinyl edition. Those who will pre-order the vinyl edition (like me for example), will recieve their copies signed by Arjen. (The price is also very good). As it usually happens to me with almost every Ayreon's album, I find it very difficult to choose some songs to mention separately, because I see them as pieces of a very big puzzle. The truth is that, almost all the songs are really good compositions and even the "weaker" ones, have something to offer to the storyline and the listener. But if I had to pick some, I'd choose The Day the World Breaks Down, Sea of Machines, All that was, The Dream Dissolves, The Source will Flow and Journey to Forever. In my opinion, the best thing you can do is to put the CD into your device, press "play" and enjoy an exciting musical ride into the world that Arjen Lucarssen created. The Source is an album definitely worth buying! My rating would be 3.5 stars (But because I cannot rate it with 3.5 stars, I will put 4.0)
 The Great Unknown by GILLETTE, ERIC album cover Studio Album, 2016
3.69 | 5 ratings

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The Great Unknown
Eric Gillette Progressive Metal

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Crossover Prog Team

4 stars

Apparently, this album came out last year, but it has only just come to my attention. Eric has of course been lead guitarist with the Neal Morse Band for some years, and here he is back with his second solo album. Those expecting prog in the same vein as his "day job" will find a few similarities here and there, but mostly this is melodic prog metal with influences taken from throughout that scene. I had convinced myself that the drummer just had to be his NMB compadrÚ Mike Portnoy due to what is going on behind the kit, but further investigation revealed that it was none other than Thomas Lang (John Wetton, Robert Fripp, Glenn Hughes, Robbie Williams, Kelly Clarkson and many others). Also involved are Haken members Diego Tejeida (keyboards) and Conner Green (bass), so overall this is quite some musical powerhouse.

Those who have seen NMB will know already that Eric is a strong singer in his own right, and this is very much an album of songs as opposed to mass instrumental workouts. Of course, there are times when the note density is incredible, and he does his best John Petrucci impression, but there is way more on here than just Dream Theater complexity and long songs. Of course, he is used to the odd epic here and there when working with Neal, and it would have been surprising for there not to be one included, and the eighteen-minute-long "Escape" is stunning in the way it moved and folds. This is an album that will certainly appeal to those who enjoy prog metal, but it is way more than "just" that, with elements from Haken, DT and the softer sides of Neal Morse all being blended together in a way that is both immediate and makes for compulsive listening. This is superb from start to end.

 Homecoming by FROM THE DUST RETURNED album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2017
4.83 | 3 ratings

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Homecoming
From The Dust Returned Progressive Metal

Review by Fromthedustreturned

5 stars PROG SPHERE review

Homecoming is a debut EP release from a Rome-based progressive rock/metal act From the Dust Returned, comprised of six songs and released via Sliptrick Records.

Kicking off with "Harlequeen," Homecoming hints its diversity. Elements ranging from hard rock, heavy metal to Opeth-influenced Prog Metal and folk motifs are included. That fact also reveals the EP's biggest issue?it wants to be a lot of that in short time.

There is definitely potential here, and "Echoes of Faces" proves that. A song that has been recently featured on our Progotronics compilation, is a stronghold of the EP. The transition between acoustic-driven parts and avant-garde is rather smooth. "Glare" starts with a very nice melody provided by an acoustic guitar and clean vocals. The Hammond organ that can be heard here, and throughout the record, is another highlight and an element that makes difference. Following "Wipe Away the Rain"starts very atmospherically, but it doesn't take too long to become a hybrid child of Ayreon, Deep Purple and already mentioned Opeth.

Homecoming suffers in the production department. It certainly has many great ideas, but the sound could be fuller and more expressive, the mix is a bit weird due to the fact that some parts are buried.

What is important here is that From the Dust Returned made a brave step to produce a release that is stylistically very different, and with the experience called Homecoming I'm sure that they will take the best out of it and use that knowledge on their next release.

By Greg Dixon on May 8, 2017

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Progressive Metal bands/artists list

Bands/Artists Country
5R6 Ukraine
7 MONTHS United States
7DAYS Sweden
AAXSKFG Italy
ABANDONED STARS United Kingdom
ABERRANT VASCULAR Finland
ABODEAN SKYE United Kingdom
ABSOLACE United Arab Emirates
ABSTRAKT Poland
ABYDOS Germany
ACCOMPLICE United States
ACHING BEAUTY France
ACID RAIN Argentina
ACID RAIN Serbia
ACID RAIN Spain
ACUTE MIND Poland
AD ASTRA United States
ADAGIO France
ADRAMELCH Italy
AEBSENCE Hungary
AEOLUS Netherlands
AEON ZEN United Kingdom
AETHERIUS United States
AFFECTOR Multi-National
AFTER FOREVER Netherlands
AGE OF NEMESIS Hungary
AGHARTA Netherlands
AGNOSIA Greece
AGNOST DEI Russia
AGORA Mexico
AINA Netherlands
AKASHIC Brazil
AKRIBI Sweden
ALCHEMY ROOM Italy
ALCHEMY X United States
ALETHEIAN United States
ALHMA MATER Spain
ALITHEIA United States
ALKEMYST France
ALKIMYA France
ALL TOO HUMAN United States
ALOGIA Serbia
ALPHA GALATES Canada
ALPHA ZENTRADI United States
ALTERED SYMMETRY Colombia
ALTONA Turkey
ALTURA United States
ALY Mexico
AMARAN'S PLIGHT United States
AMARYLLIS Poland
AMASEFFER Israel
AMAZE KNIGHT Italy
AMERICAN HOLLOW United States
ANACHRONOS Chile
ANACRUSIS United States
ANASAZI France
ANAXES Brazil
ANCIENT CREATION United States
ANCIENT CURSE Germany
ANDRAGONIA Brazil
ANDROMEDA Sweden
ANGRA Brazil
ANGUISH Germany
ANIMA TEMPO Mexico
ANIMATIONS Poland
ANNON VIN Germany
ANOMALY Netherlands
ANOTHER LIFE Sweden
ANSATA Brazil
ANTALGIA Spain
ANTHRIEL Finland
ANTHROPIA France
ANUBIS GATE Denmark
ANURYZM United Arab Emirates
ANVISION Poland
FARAZ ANWAR Pakistan
APHELION Italy
APPEARANCE OF NOTHING Switzerland
ARABESQUE Netherlands
ARASHK Iran
ARCH / MATHEOS United States
JOHN ARCH United States
ARCHETYPE United States
ALEX ARGENTO Italy
ARITY United States
ARK Norway
ARKHE' Italy
ART AGAINST AGONY Germany
ART OF ILLUSION Poland
ART OF SIMPLICITY Greece
ARTENSION Multi-National
ARTILECT United States
ASCENSION THEORY United States
ASHENT Italy
ASHLER Ecuador
ASMODEUS Czech Republic
ASPERA / ABOVE SYMMETRY Norway
ASSIGNMENT Germany
ASTARTE SYRIACA Italy
ASTRA Italy
ASTRAL DIVE Italy
ATAR─XIA Spain
ATHEM United States
ATLAS CONCEPT United States
ATMA Canada
ATMOSFEAR Germany
ATOMIC CLOCK United States
ATOMIXYNERGY Italy
AUDIO INSIGHT United States
AUDITORY IMAGERY United States
AURA Italy
THE AURORA PROJECT Netherlands
AUSPEX France
AUTOMATA Chile
AUTUMN HOUR United States
AVALON Germany
AMADEUS AWAD'S EON Lebanon
AWAITING DAWN Germany
AWAX France
AXIAL LEAD Romania
AXIOM United States
SITHU AYE United Kingdom
AYREON Netherlands
AZAZELLO Russia
AZTEC JADE United States
AZURE AGONY Italy
BAD SALAD Brazil
AGAH BAHARI Iran
BALANCE OF POWER United Kingdom
THE BARSTOOL PHILOSOPHERS Netherlands
DANIEL BAUTISTA Spain
BEHIND THE CURTAIN Denmark
BELLA & PUTANA Chile
IVAN BERTOLLA Australia
BETWEEN 11 Canada
BEYOND THE BRIDGE Germany
BEYOND THE LABYRINTH Belgium
BEYOND TWILIGHT Denmark
BLACK JESTER Italy
THE BLACK MAGES Japan
BLACK SYMPHONY United States
BLACKKOUT United States
BLANK FOREST Italy
BLIND GUARDIAN Germany
BLIND ILLUSION United States
BLUE GILLESPIE United Kingdom
BOOK OF REFLECTIONS Sweden
BOZZIO & SHEEHAN United States
BRAIN HEART INFUSION Italy
THE BRAINWASH MACHINE Colombia
BRAVE United States
BRAVE THE VERTIGO United States
BROADMOOR Denmark
BROKEN MELODY Italy
CHRIS BROOKS Australia
JT BRUCE United States
BUMBLEFOOT United States
BURNING CIRCLE Serbia
BUSHWHACK United States
BYOSSO Japan
CALIGULA'S HORSE Australia
CAPRICIA Israel
CARAVELLUS Brazil
CARVING COLOURS Spain
CATHARSIS United States
CAVEAT Canada
CEA SERIN United States
CENTAURUS United States
CENTRICA Italy
CENTURY SCREAM France
CHAOS VENTURE Italy
CHARLY SAHONA France
CHIASMA United States
CHINESE BEARD Finland
A CHINESE FIREDRILL United States
CHROME SHIFT Denmark
CIRCLE OF ILLUSION Austria
CIRCLES Germany
CIRCUS MAXIMUS Norway
CIRRHA NIVA Netherlands
CLANDESTINE United States
CLOAKWHEEL United States
CLOCKWORK United States
CLOSED FOR TONIGHT Canada
CLOUDSCAPE Sweden
CMX Finland
MARCEL COENEN Netherlands
COLLIDING PARALLELS Canada
COLONIZE United States
COLOURBLIND Malta
COMMA Turkey
COMMUNIC Norway
CONCEPTION Norway
CONCRETE PROPHET United States
CONDITION RED Sweden
CONSCIENCE France
CONSORTIUM PROJECT Netherlands
CONTINUUM France
CORELIA United States
COSMICS United States
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