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Heavy Prog defines progressive rock music that draws as much influence from hard rock as it does from classic progressive rock. In simple terms, it is a marriage of the guitar-based heavy blues of the late 1960s and 1970s - artists such as Cream, Led Zeppelin, and Black Sabbath - and the progressive/symphonic movement represented by King Crimson, Yes and Genesis.

The electric guitar, amplified to produce distortion (or 'overdrive') is a crucial element, providing the 'heavy' tone required for this aggressive style, and later for the British and North American heavy metal of the late 1970s and 80s. The primary rock format of drums, bass and guitar with keys and/or vocals on top is represented strongly in heavy prog. The presence of the Hammond organ with its deep, intense rumble was also common among harder progressive groups such as ATOMIC ROOSTER. Although certain other acts, such as King Crimson and Jethro Tull, utilize a heavy guitar, bass and keyboard sound, the bulk of their work over the years puts them in a different category.

Bands that represent Heavy Prog would include RUSH, PORCUPINE TREE, THE MARS VOLTA, URIAH HEEP, TEMPEST, BLACK WIDOW, DR. Z,ATOMIC ROOSTER, WARHORSE, BIRTH CONTROL, TILES.

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4.41 | 1952 ratings
MOVING PICTURES
Rush
4.38 | 1648 ratings
HEMISPHERES
Rush
4.35 | 1525 ratings
A FAREWELL TO KINGS
Rush
4.30 | 1414 ratings
PERMANENT WAVES
Rush
4.22 | 1830 ratings
FEAR OF A BLANK PLANET
Porcupine Tree
4.22 | 1796 ratings
IN ABSENTIA
Porcupine Tree
4.22 | 944 ratings
DE-LOUSED IN THE COMATORIUM
Mars Volta, The
4.18 | 648 ratings
THE MOUNTAIN
Haken
4.16 | 532 ratings
SALISBURY
Uriah Heep
4.09 | 1487 ratings
2112
Rush
4.10 | 976 ratings
THE SKY MOVES SIDEWAYS
Porcupine Tree
4.08 | 1493 ratings
DEADWING
Porcupine Tree
4.08 | 739 ratings
VISIONS
Haken
4.07 | 740 ratings
AQUARIUS
Haken
4.09 | 461 ratings
LOOK AT YOURSELF
Uriah Heep
4.15 | 273 ratings
FROM WITHIN
Anekdoten
4.05 | 715 ratings
FRANCES THE MUTE
Mars Volta, The
4.16 | 223 ratings
SOUND AWAKE
Karnivool
4.01 | 1080 ratings
LIGHTBULB SUN
Porcupine Tree
4.03 | 515 ratings
DEMONS AND WIZARDS
Uriah Heep

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 Angels and Demons by ALGABAS album cover Studio Album, 2013
3.93 | 5 ratings

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Angels and Demons
Algabas Heavy Prog

Review by felonafan

4 stars "Angels and Demons" is the debut album of the Russian band ALGABAS from Vladimir (which is the ancient Russian town). This is music composed in the tradition of Genesis, Marillion, and IQ, but played with "heavier elements". Good drums, active bass, beautiful keyboards (with frequent use of digital strings), guitars (both hard-rockish and Rothery-oriented) and - to some extent, crude and not sweet but charismatic - male vocals (in Russian) create enjoyable atmosphere for neo-progster. The best song is dark "Madness Formula" with dramatic accents and riffs but all other songs including one instrumental track can also be considered as interesting and appealing. Touch of traditional Russian folk music adds charm. More diverse sound, more various - in tempo and mood - songs - and more complicated approach to composition-making would make this music much more marvellous. Highly recommended for lovers of both melodic and driving prog rock (if they do not afraid Russian vocal which is radically different from Lake, Fish etc). This album can be ordered from Mals Records, famous Moscow prog label.
 Round the Edges by DARK album cover Studio Album, 1971
2.65 | 18 ratings

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Round the Edges
Dark Heavy Prog

Review by GruvanDahlman
Prog Reviewer

2 stars There was a time when all things obscure attracted my mind, due to the fact that albums were mysterious, hailing from the mists of time. There are alot of albums deserving a break, since they never made it in the past, but there are those I find that do serve a purpose of reference point. What do I mean? My point is that some bands made music of progressive nature and poured their ideas into the melting pot and thus created some sort of tapestry. All things may not be great but it can still serve a purpose of being interesting. The only album by Dark is such an example.

I bought "Round the edges" several years ago but the music printed into the CD was not all that great, I found. And still find. It is interesting as a moment in time but not groundbreaking. It is an obscurity whose main value lies in the strife of amateur musicians and the will to produce music. The progress of prog is an equally thrilling thing to examine as listening to all the truly great music of the genre.

The music of Dark is certainly sort of heavy. Do not expect it to be in Sabbath mode. Unfortunately a lot of people throw that comparison around when it comes to describing heavyness. It is true, however, that the music could be described as proto-metal, or something like that, but it has more of a jam feeling to it, a jam performed by less competent musicians than the guys in Sabbath. That however is not te reason as to why I find the music less interesting. The overall feel to the music is one of forced, that the music is really not all that thought through. It is a private pressing, so the sound and time spent on recording certainly contributes to the end result. One has to bear that in mind.

I would not really recommend this album to any one in particular. It is obscure and interesting as an image of a time long gone but it really is too amateurish, I think. That need not mean that the music lacks in true power or worth. In this case, however, it makes the end result poor. Not that good but interesting. Sort of.

 Permanent Waves by RUSH album cover Studio Album, 1980
4.30 | 1414 ratings

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Permanent Waves
Rush Heavy Prog

Review by maryes

5 stars After the exceptional level in terms of heavy progressive rock (full of classical elements, experiences with new instruments- specially synthesizers, electric 12 strings guitars, bass pedals and tuned percussions) achieved with "A Farewell To Kings" and "Hemispheres", RUSH surprisingly again with "Permanente Waves". Although this "surprisingly" is not so impressive as in the case of transition between 2112 and AFTK, but exists.... The track 1 "Spirit of the Radio" starts with a introduction which Rush's most recognizable "addict"... " We must overcome themselves all times" ... and they make it... The overture of this track is one of more spectacular and difficult to execute overtures of all Progressive Rock Muisc in all the times, but the lyrics/musical parts are much more simple ( but with energy ) and before the ending section of music this overture returns ( a little different ) opening space to reggae intermission and the final wah-wah guitar solo !!! The track 2 "Freewill" is a song more close from Rush's compositions from a AFTK and HEMISPHERES with a solo middle section which remind a little the track "A Farewell to Kings". The track 3 "Jacob's Ladder" is the more "weak" ,in my opinion in the side A of the vinyl. The side B track 1 "Entre Nous" is exceptional in lyrics theme and shows Lifeson's capability of captivate the audience with a exceptional knowledge of chords progressions and musical harmonies. The track 2 "Different Strings" shows a single characteristic the reverse guitar solo in counterpoint with the normal sequence. The last Track of the album "Natural Science" comes in three parts , with a exceptional riff ( crossing the two initial parts) besides the track have broken beats, fantastic bass guitar and drums executions, and two fantastic guitar solos, in a general way this track as close from HEMISPHERES arrangements but more simple. My rate is 5 stars !!!
 Cargo by CARGO album cover Studio Album, 1972
4.05 | 52 ratings

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Cargo
Cargo Heavy Prog

Review by Igor91

4 stars This is a review of the newest reissue of this album on Pseudonym Records (2012). This version is a deluxe, 2 CD edition which includes all the band's singles under the moniker September, as well as several demos.

The main reason I bought this album is for, well, the album. The biggest problem with this edition is the sequence of the tracks, which is in order by when each one was recorded. This means that the actual Cargo album consists of the final four tracks on the second CD, which has a total of eight tracks on it. Not very convenient when you just want to pop in the CD and listen to it. The only other issue I have with this version is that several of the tracks are really nonessential, and only worth an occasional listen. These include several demo versions of album tracks which are inferior to the ones that actually made it on to the original album.

That being said, I still really like this release. Of course the actual album (tracks 5-8 on CD 2) are the highlight, my favorite track being the soulful "Summerfair." All four tracks are a great example of great, jam-filled 70's rock, with a noticeable European touch. The dueling guitars and nice bass-work keep the long songs interesting. Even some of the singles and demos are good. These include: "Little Sister," "One More Chance," "Run Away," "Lydia Purple," and "Choker" (all on CD 1). "Lydia Purple" is a soulful, superior version to the original from the Canadian band The Collectors.

All in all, an exceptional example of a great band, with a lot of potential that never got the big break it deserved.. Recommended for those who like 70's heavy rock style prog, but with a slightly different, European flavor.

 Caress of Steel by RUSH album cover Studio Album, 1975
3.53 | 914 ratings

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Caress of Steel
Rush Heavy Prog

Review by Dark Nazgul

3 stars The right path.

This album is not considered a masterpiece of the band, and certainly does not reach the heights of "2112", "Moving Pictures" and "A Farewell To Kings". However, it is still an interesting album and is considered a classic. With this album Rush decide to follow the difficult path of achieving commercial success with long compositions (there are two long suites, one of which almost twenty minutes long). Unfortunately, the result will be very poor in terms of sales, so the record company imposed to the band a less innovative approach for the next album: the reaction of the band was a big disappointment, but in the next record again will be a long epic (the successful "2112") and Rush proved to be able to get good commercial results recording long epics or songs full of complex musical structures. For sure not all the songs are great. I Think I'm Going Bald is a rock ballad built around a classic, and banal, guitar riff. All stuff already heard. Things are not much better with Lakeside Park, nothing more pleasant but ordinary song, with references to the most melodic ballads by Led Zeppelin.

The Necromancer is the first epic of the album, and is, in my opinion, rather hard to digest. It is a very dark piece of music, and very heavy in the middle section, with lyrics written by Peart that obviously refers to Tolkien, but also with many allusions to the vicissitudes of the three members of the band (the "three travellers" are probably Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart) . The introduction is perhaps the most successful, with the band intent on creating a suggestive and gloomy atmosphere. The final part seems genuinely out of context from the rest of the song. In my opinion not a very successful one.

The situation is different for the other two tracks on the album. Bastille Day is a fantastic heavy ride where the band plays with heart and without brakes. In my opinion this song is one of the most representative in the hard rock genre. Definitely good too, is the long and final epic The Fountain Of Lamneth unjustly underrated by many, that is a kind of anticipation of the next "2112". The middle section of the epic, in particular, is really inspired, with a beautiful interpretation of Geddy Lee in the most melodic and quiet parts, where finally the singer shows the hidden potential of his voice.

If you are a fan of Rush's classic period, "Caress Of Steel" is an album that I recommend to count in your collection.

Best song: Bastille Day

Final rating: 6/10

 Life in Lucidity by KINDRED, THE album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.77 | 4 ratings

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Life in Lucidity
The Kindred Heavy Prog

Review by Gallifrey

4 stars The Ambition or the Enjoyment

Firstly, I guess I have to mention it - I'm glad they changed their name and I never would have listened to this if they still had that ridiculous mallcore-BTBAM name.

I think the first thing that is truly notable about Life In Lucidity, and certainly what impressed me the most when I listened intently, is how detailed everything here is. I know that a lot of this tech- prog-metal stuff, the 'djent that isn't djent' stuff, is pretty much made for teenagers in their bedrooms to jerk off at time signatures to, but instead of just piling odd meter on odd meter, the Kindred have a different sort of intricacy here. My active listening notes for this were rather an interesting, because when you listen closely to everything happening, you really do hear a whole lot of additional parts that really aren't too evident when you first hear it.

From my notes to the opening of "Wolvish"-

"Weird vocals.

Is that a [%*!#]ing sax?

Wow what the [%*!#] there's a sax."

And in nearly every track here, the Kindred have thrown in some sort of left-field instrument or part, making this album quite an eclectic listen. Straight after the saxy sax in "Wolvish" (and the reggae-ska break and the ragtime segment and then the trumpet at the end) we have a really odd violin part following in "Heritage", playing a single note that's barely within human hearing range, and only ever coming down on rare occasions to add a bit of flourish to the guitar parts. And then "Everbound" has some really odd synth part that comes in the opening, and the guitar solo also has a pretty interesting slide effect on it, and then we have "An Evolution of Thought" with that Hammond organ, and the return of the violin and?

I could go on.

There's not denying that the Kindred have stocked this full of really interesting and eclectic instrumentals, but it's not just that that makes listening to this album intently so captivating. The band also shows ridiculously good use of counterpoint and making the parts mesh together in a fascinating way. The guitar parts here, although heavy, rarely stick around chugging for too long, they'll instead find a nice groove and play harmony to the bass and keys and whatever other odd instrument they've thrown in for the track. There are hints of both The Human Abstract and Protest the Hero in this, especially THA whenever I hear Beethoven-inspired arpeggio, but I feel the Kindred even do it better than them, since THA spend most of their time beating off Beethoven, and Protest have always jut been a pile-riffs-together kind of band, no matter how intricate they are.

But as much as I can praise the ambition and creativity that has gone into the intricate details on Life In Lucidity, I really can't enjoy the album itself as much more than an academic "wow, I liked that sax part" kind of way. First and foremost, the vocalist is a massive barrier, showcasing one of those love-it-or-hate-it deliveries, and honestly there are points when I feel both. He's certainly unique, I'll give him that, but as much as the vocals, especially during the more metal sections, are interesting, I can't exactly say they're good. He reminds me a bit of The Safety Fire's Sean McWeeney and Fair to Midland's Darroh Sudderth at different points on this record, but also has Claudio Sánchez' obsession with trying to make everything he does sound weird. Fortunately for those who can't stand him (and I'm sure there are many), the vocals are not pushed too highly in the mix, and regularly just feel like an extra layer of percussion, especially due to the fact that you can barely even make out lyrics.

The other major drawback of this record for me personally, is that many of these songs just feel like ideas stacked on top of each other and played out. I can appreciate the instrumentation and layering, but I really feel that the structuring of these songs is rather sloppy at times. As much as I hate bands that stick to a formula of verse/chorus/verse/chorus, all of these songs are relatively short, yet adhere to nearly no formula, and are just one section after another. This, as well as a couple of angsty bursts of post-hardcore, reminds me a bit of the average Protest The Hero record - they're fun, ambitious, and energetic as [%*!#], but they all feel like a barrage of riffs interspersed with some softer sections. Admittedly, there are some fantastically energetic moments here that I can't help but headbang to, but many songs feel a bit directionless.

As an academic, Life In Lucidity sure is a great record and the Kindred sure have done their homework, but listening to this album only really gives me relative enjoyment, and most of it is from playing spot-the-instrument-in-the-background. It's ambitious and eclectic, and pretty energetic, but the pacing of the album, as well as the vocalist and some moments of shoddy production really bring it down in my books, but it's certainly worth your time.

6.9

Originally written for my Facebook page/blog: www.facebook.com/neoprogisbestprog

 Keeping Up by JONESY album cover Studio Album, 1973
3.58 | 32 ratings

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Keeping Up
Jonesy Heavy Prog

Review by GruvanDahlman
Prog Reviewer

4 stars Whilst their first album showed great promise and vision, this second album by Jonesy really allowed them to blossom. From the sort of humble origins, as dsiplayed through their crude yet impressive sound on "No alternative", to this, fully fledged progressive album, the steps taken is something to be marvelled.

The omnipresent mellotron gives me associations to King Crimson and Spring but whilst "No alternative" seemed to rely more on the sounds of others, this album is a far more personal affair. I would not claim that "No alternative" boasted overly complex arrangements, relying more on the hard rock side of prog. That notion, however, is eradicated on "Keeping up". Sure, there are hard rock passages on here aswell but the overall complexity and diversity is more to the fore, making "Keeping up" a much more entertaining affair. The mellotron is also augmented by brass and strings this time around, which also adds to the emotive side of the music. It is dreamy, yet not sleepy. All in all things fall into their places and the canvas is filled with the most delicious colours.

The most complex piece on the album is "Critique (with exceptions)" which is avant-garde, free-form and jazzy. The trumpet of Bown sounds as though they'd invited Miles Davis to play some spooky, off beat passages. I think that this track is interesting as an experiment and gives prrof to the fact that Jonesy was as elaborate, inventive, daring and unpredictable as any of the greats.

The other tracks are less complex but by no means inferior. I think, actually, on the contrary. From the opening "Masquerade", to the ever so beautiful and emotive "Sunset and evening star" and onward "Keeping up" is filled with great music. Inventive, bustling with ideas and visions. The jewel in the crown is the last track, the most epic and to my taste the most fully realized piece of music: "Children". The presence of brass, stabbing and hitting with extreme precision, and the lyrics in conjunction with the shifting sections of music means that this track is one of almost perfect progressive pedigree.

"Keeping up" is Jonesy's best album, as far as I am concerned. It may be that they never broke any new boundaries or travelled to far into the musical horizon but they made albums of great progressive music. Some critic once wrote that Jonesy was the best progressive band you've never heard and that is true enough. Their music, especially on "Keeping up", is just as great as other bands of the era and anyone with an interest in the origins of prog would do well to listen to them.

 No Alternative by JONESY album cover Studio Album, 1972
3.28 | 29 ratings

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No Alternative
Jonesy Heavy Prog

Review by GruvanDahlman
Prog Reviewer

4 stars Jonesy was never meant to play any role of significance in the history of prog. Just like many bands of whatever genre they played, sometimes got the chance to record and perform live but in the end it all fell through. In many cases it is understandable, in others a shame. Why is that, you wonder? Simply because, must be my reply, the music really is deserving of more attention. Jonesy is one of those bands whom Fate simply walked past, though they really ought to have become something of a household name in the world of prog. Not in Genesis or King Crimson kind of way but maybe in the same league as Gentle Giant or Nektar.

This, the first, of the bands three (if you do not count the fourth album made up by demos and rehearsals due to theft and lack of money) is really the crudest of them all but shows their potential. The recordings are not crystal clear and are not perfect but then again, what matters is the overall feeling and quality of the music itself. Me, not being an audiophile, thinks that that proof of the pudding is in the tasting, not the looks, and jonesy tastes delicious.

I think that jonesy may be best known for their extensive use of the mellotron. Just like Spring (and many of their contemporaries) the mellotron was used to great effect. The crude, distorted sound of this first album is to me heavenly. The fact that the mellotron sounds distorted at times makes it even more appealing. The interplay between the mellotron and fuzzed out and sometimes screaming guitar is excellent and bridges the early progressive rock with the early type of heavy metal, making it heavy and complex.

It is true that echoes of King Crimson are quite in abundance, especially on the epic and emotive "Heaven", one of the highlights of the album. The use of mellotron evokes KC aswell. There are other sources of inspiration on here aswell, or similarities to other groups. I mentioned Spring but I could add Tonton Mocoute, Skin Alley, Gentle Giant and others. Whether it is by chance or by intention these similarities occur I do not know but being from the same country and operating in the same era i guess influences and ideas changed hands quite often. This is not to say that Jonesy lack in personality. They do possess one of their own and that personality is truly enthralling. The sound of this album is dated and very much of it's time but that is not something to dread. This is part of progressive history and as such it is magnificent.

While the albums is very much on the hard rock side of things, there are mellow exceptions such as "Heaven" and "Pollution". These are epic, long tracks with beautiful mellotron and very emotive soundscapes. The track "Ricochet", also released as a single, is a tremendous track. Really rough, crude and blessed with wah-wah guitar. Superb.

I think this is a great album from the pioneering days of prog and konesy needs to be heard and recognized. A great but forgotten/ overlooked gem. Four solid stars from me.

 Overloaded by RIGONI, ALBERTO album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.92 | 4 ratings

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Overloaded
Alberto Rigoni Heavy Prog

Review by Ovidiu

4 stars OVERLOADED is the fourth solo album of the Italian bass master ALBERTO RIGONI!Undoubtedly,the fans of TWINSPIRITS know that Alberto was an important part of this excellent prog metal band,and has 3 great albums released with this talented musicians!Our man is strongly building a solo career and managed to made some excellent solo albums where he can expose all his tremendeous talent and musical gift!OVERLOADED has all the ingredients to be called a complex and complete album!Starting with the nice digipack presentation and the inspired cover artwork,the excellent production,sound,aswell,this album is an ear candy for all good instrumental music lovers!We have some amazing prog metal songs here,with a fusion touch and some experimental bass sounds sometimes,and some tracks where Alberto is proving the high degree of musicianship attended,his great talent as composer too and his amazing vision about music!The sound of his bass is huge and the tracks without guitars are simply sensational!GLORY OF LIFE-the closing track is such a great compositions,with amazing arrangements and a killer bass sound!The 3 monster guitar players on the album-FABRIZIO BICIO LEO-the guitarist of Eros Ramazotti,SIMONE MULARONI from the mighty DGM band -in my opinion,the best Italian prog metal band tody and MARCO SFOGLI- monster guitarist of James la Brie solo albums,with 2 killer solo albums in pocket-well,all this 3 amazing guitarists are delivering some fabulous solos in the songs where they are invited and they prove what sensational musicians they are!The work of the drummer is impressive too and the keyboards arrangements are sublime!The music on OVERLOADED is very catchy,diverse and interesting-the fact that the album has only 40 minutes of music is making of it a very likeble and pleasant musical experience-for an all instrumental album-that's perfect!Try this experience and you won't be dissapointed-OVERLOADED is a strong album,made with burning passion for good music and performed by great ,devoted and accomplished musicians!Definitelly,a won bet for Alberto,that proves the fact that there's life after TWINSPIRITS ,and many things will still be told in music in the years to come!!4.5 stars for a great album!COMPLIMENTI and keep up the good wotk,bass magician!
 Noctourniquet by MARS VOLTA, THE album cover Studio Album, 2012
3.68 | 253 ratings

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Noctourniquet
The Mars Volta Heavy Prog

Review by Billy Pilgrim

5 stars What an excellent offering from The Mars Volta. While their work was arguably getting repetitious and dull in Bedlam, they changed their style quite drastically and released a more acoustic, quite and accessible release with Octahedron, that album suffered from having some filler, and some unfinished ideas, it felt uneven and unmotivated at times, but Noctourniquet perfects the ideas in Octahedron, and expands on them. This time on top of the acoustic less heavy style, the music has evolved, and it has an industrial feel to it, akin to NIN, so different from anything they've released but still totally Volta. Hardly any filler, beautiful melodies, great release, highly recommended.
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2066 & THEN Germany
2112 Argentina
4X United Kingdom
ABASH Italy
ABIGAIL'S GHOST United States
ADVENT HORIZON United States
AFTER THE FALL United States
AICAN Russia
ALBATROS Spain
ALGABAS Russia
ALGARAVIA Brazil
ALTERED STATE United States
AMUSIA Canada
THE ANABASIS United States
ANDROMEDA Germany
ANEKDOTEN Sweden
ANKH Poland
ANOMUS Finland
ANTI-DEPRESSIVE DELIVERY Norway
APOLLO Finland
ARABS IN ASPIC II Norway
ARAXES Switzerland
ARC United Kingdom
ARCANE Australia
THE ARISTOCRATS Multi-National
ARMAGEDDON United Kingdom
ASTEROID Sweden
ATLANTIDE Italy
ATLAS VOLT Sweden
ATOMIC ROOSTER United Kingdom
AUSTRALIS Chile
AUTOMATIC FINE TUNING United Kingdom
BABE RUTH United Kingdom
BADGER United Kingdom
BAKER GURVITZ ARMY United Kingdom
BAKERY Australia
BALISET United States
BALLOON Netherlands
BARAKA Japan
DAVID BARRET TRIO Canada
BATTLE CIRCUS New Zealand
BBI France
BI KYO RAN Japan
BIBLE BLACK Japan
A BIG GOODBYE United States
BIGELF United States
BIRTH CONTROL Germany
THE BITTERS United States
BLACK BONZO Sweden
BLACK MARKET SEROTONIN United Kingdom
BLACK WIDOW United Kingdom
BLOOD CEREMONY Canada
BODKIN United Kingdom
BOLT United States
BOOK OF HOURS Sweden
BREAKING ORBIT Australia
THE BROWN Japan
BULL ANGUS United States
BURNING SAVIOURS Sweden
CACTUS PEYOTES Brazil
CAMAFEO Argentina
CAPHARNAUM Canada
CAPTAIN BEYOND United States
CAPTAIN OF THE SWEDISH TEAM Canada
CARDEILHAC Switzerland
CARGO Netherlands
CARGO CULT REVIVAL United States
CARPADIUM United States
CARPE NOTA United States
CASUAL SILENCE Netherlands
CELELALTE CUVINTE Romania
CELESTIAL OEUVRE United States
CHAIN United States
CHOLO VISCERAL Peru
STEVE CICHON United States
CLEAR BLUE SKY United Kingdom
CLEVIS United States
CLIMAX Bolivia
COBWEB STRANGE United States
COLLAPSE France
COLT Poland
CONTRA United States
CONTRARIAN United States
COSMIC NOMADS Australia
A COSMIC TRAIL Germany
TYLER COTNER United States
COUNTRY LANE Switzerland
CRACK THE SKY United States
CRYPTIC VISION United States
CRYSTAL BREED Germany
MICKEY CURTIS AND SAMURAI Japan
CYNICISM MANAGEMENT Slovenia
CYTRUS Poland
D'ACCORD Norway
DAH Yugoslavia
DÁNAE Argentina
DAREDIABLO United States
DARK United Kingdom
DEAD END SPACE United States
DEAFENING OPERA Germany
THE DEATH COBRA Australia
DEEEXPUS United Kingdom
DEFORMICA Argentina
DEJA-VU Norway
DELLA TERRA (AEGIS INTEGER) United States
DELTA RED Mexico
DELVOID Norway
DEMIANS France
DEVIL DOLL Multi-National
DIALETO Brazil
DIAPASYN United States
DIFICIL EQUILIBRIO Spain
DILEMMA Netherlands
DILLINGER Canada
THE DIVINE BAZE ORCHESTRA Sweden
DIVINE IN SIGHT United States
EL DOOM & THE BORN ELECTRIC Norway
DR. Z United Kingdom
DRAGON Belgium
DRUGI NAčIN Yugoslavia
DUST SCULPTURES United States
EARTH FLIGHT Germany
EASTER ISLAND United States
EIGHTH WHALE United States
ELF PROJECT United States
ELIAS HULK United Kingdom
ELONKORJUU Finland
ENCHANT United States
ENMARTE Argentina
EPHRAT Israel
ESCHERBACH United States
ESTIGMA Chile
ETT ROP PÅ HJÄLP Sweden
EVERON Germany
EVERY OTHER FATE United States
EXCUBUS Canada
EXPLORERS CLUB United States
EXSIMIO Chile
FACING NEW YORK United States
THE FALL OF TROY United States
FANTASMAGORIA Japan
THE FAR SIDE Italy
FIELDS United Kingdom
FITNES Serbia
FLOTANTE Chile
FORGOTTEN SUNS Portugal
FRAME Germany
FREEDOM'S CHILDREN South Africa
FRIJID PINK United States
FUMIGUN Chile
FUNGUS Italy
FUSION ORCHESTRA United Kingdom
FUSION ORCHESTRA 2 United Kingdom
FUZZY DUCK United Kingdom
GÅTE Norway
GATE 6 Netherlands
GENEROUS MEN Sweden
GHOST IN MIRRORS United Kingdom
GNOMONAUT United States
MOOSEHEART GODBLESS THEE United States
GOMORRHA Germany
GOODTHUNDER United States
GOSIA United Kingdom
GRAN TORINO Italy
GRAVY TRAIN United Kingdom
THE GREAT LABYRINTH PROJECT United States
GREYHAVEN United States
H.A.A.S. Colombia
HADES Norway
HAIL THE SUN United States
HAKEN United Kingdom
HALLELUJAH United Kingdom
HAYSTACKS BALBOA United States
HAZE Germany
HEADSPACE United Kingdom
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