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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 | 1916 ratings
MOVING PICTURES
Rush
4.38 | 1618 ratings
HEMISPHERES
Rush
4.35 | 1496 ratings
A FAREWELL TO KINGS
Rush
4.31 | 1387 ratings
PERMANENT WAVES
Rush
4.22 | 1789 ratings
FEAR OF A BLANK PLANET
Porcupine Tree
4.22 | 1744 ratings
IN ABSENTIA
Porcupine Tree
4.22 | 928 ratings
DE-LOUSED IN THE COMATORIUM
Mars Volta, The
4.20 | 632 ratings
THE MOUNTAIN
Haken
4.12 | 731 ratings
VISIONS
Haken
4.14 | 520 ratings
SALISBURY
Uriah Heep
4.09 | 1455 ratings
2112
Rush
4.08 | 1457 ratings
DEADWING
Porcupine Tree
4.09 | 954 ratings
THE SKY MOVES SIDEWAYS
Porcupine Tree
4.07 | 730 ratings
AQUARIUS
Haken
4.14 | 269 ratings
FROM WITHIN
Anekdoten
4.05 | 711 ratings
FRANCES THE MUTE
Mars Volta, The
4.07 | 444 ratings
LOOK AT YOURSELF
Uriah Heep
4.01 | 1054 ratings
LIGHTBULB SUN
Porcupine Tree
4.13 | 221 ratings
SOUND AWAKE
Karnivool
4.01 | 501 ratings
DEMONS AND WIZARDS
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 Very 'eavy...Very 'umble by URIAH HEEP album cover Studio Album, 1970
3.31 | 294 ratings

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Very 'eavy...Very 'umble
Uriah Heep Heavy Prog

Review by Andrea Cortese
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

3 stars The legend begins.

With the release of their debut Uriah Heep had to face hard criticism and even open hostility by the then experts of rock (or such they were supposed to be). Years to come (rectius decades) would show how much wrong they were and unjust.

This is not my personal favourite album from the band but no one can deny that we're in front of two classics: the opener "Gypsy" with its inceasing Hammond organ and guitar duet, features all the elements that forged the Heep peculiar sound. "Come Away Melinda", a cover penned by Hellerman/Minkoff, with such beautiful words (really evocative) whispered by David Byron. It's not very representative of the typical style of the group and I never heard him singing this way in other UH's albums. A gem, IMO. I prefer by far the Heep's version over the UFO's one. I've never fallen in love with the other tracks of this record and I usually skip the most part of it after the predictable "Dreammare". Yes, for me the best has yet to come but one couldn't think seriously of spittin on a band like this. They immediately made it clear that they had a lot of potential that would've been fully realized in the following releases.

 Veliki cirkus by DAH album cover Studio Album, 1974
2.12 | 4 ratings

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Veliki cirkus
Dah Heavy Prog

Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother
Special Collaborator Rock Progressivo Italiano Team

2 stars A heavy rocking trio formed in 1972, Yugoslavian band Dah not only managed two albums in their five year existence, but managed a hit single with `Shoshana' and also got to tour with Dutch prog legends Focus. On their debut album `Veliki Cirkus' ("The Grand Circus") from 1974, the band favoured a psychedelic and acid folk mix of heavy rocking tunes with softer melodic ballads, and on the strength of the material offered here, it's the latter that were more convincing. Sadly there's not much here to offer here in the way of progressive rock elements to interest followers and collectors of that genre, even though it's full of energy and well performed.

Listening to the effective nightmarish sound collage that opens the disc with `Prologue', you'd be expecting this album to be experimental and ambitious all the way through, but this inventive beginning is sadly short lived. It soons morphs into `Prohujalo Sa Vihorom', a by-the-numbers collection of heavy rocking passages, despite moving through a few tempos and direction changes. `Troil I Kresida' and `Desetorica Sa Loace' are bouncy but utterly forgettable throwaway grooving rockers, only the roaring vocal from guitarist Zlatco Manojlovic leaves any impression in the first, some twisting electric guitar soloing on both sides of the speakers the latter.

The jangling ballad title track that opens side B is spirited but ultimately repetitive. `Dobar Vetar, Plava Ptico' could have been a promising acid folk ballad (lovely mandolin from Zlatko throughout), but a semi-comical half-spoken narration over the top and a silly forced childish psychedelic ending destroys it. `Mozda Zvoni' is a forgettable one minute novelty old-school rock-'n-roller in the same manner as E.L.P's `Are You Ready, Eddy' - urgh! Album closer has plenty of slow-burn bluesy guitar wailing, Branko Gluscevic's purring bass and pounding drums from Velibor Bogdanovic the standouts, but a screeching falsetto vocal from Zlatko is utterly excruciating and completely ruins the piece altogether. Despite a different surname here, I had a bad feeling this was the same Zlatko that offered a similar unlistenable guest vocal on the Yugoslavian `Hobo' album from 1975 that I reviewed a few days back, and sure enough it's the same guy. His usual singing voice is perfectly fine, but as soon as he moves into that shriek, it spells disaster for any track, and like on that album, it just goes on forever...

The one absolute highlight of the album for me is the seven minute slinky, sexy, mellow borderline-reggae grooving ballad `Majka Jugovica', which reminds me of the same sun-kissed optimism and warmth of Guru Guru's `Tango Fango'. Smoothly sung, with chilled electric guitar solos, spontaneous drum fills and a general laid-back shuffling groove and toasty atmosphere makes this one to share with your lady. Only a splintering audio pop that slices through the speakers at the 3:33 mark lets it down, was this locked into the original recording? Anyway, this chilled number showed far more potential than the heavier tracks that make up the bulk of the album, and is worthy trying to have a listen to on it's own.

Admittedly the Eastern Time label have down a superb job with the 2013 CD reissue of `Veliki Circus' that adds an additional 9 bonus tracks, a collection of single A and B sides and live performances, so if you must own it, this would be the edition to get. But if you want to investigate the Yugoslavian prog acts from the early 70's period, bands like Korni Gruppa and Izvir should be way up the top of your list over something like this. Grupa Dah were no doubt a solid rock band, but they sure aren't too exciting for progressive rock listeners.

Two and a half stars.

 Shamelessly Dressed  by CASUAL SILENCE album cover Studio Album, 1999
3.00 | 2 ratings

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Shamelessly Dressed
Casual Silence Heavy Prog

Review by apps79
Special Collaborator Neo Prog Team

3 stars ''Bad side memories'' showed a band with potential but also with evident flaws in its sound.Two years forward Casual Silence would return, this time with a 3-track, 20-min. EP, entitled ''Shamelessly dressed''.By the time they had added a sixth member in the line-up, keyboardist David Natali.

The obvious changes, soundwise speaking, become clear from the very first notes of the title-track, a piece lying somewhere between AOR/ballad stylings and Melodic/Heavy Rock with emphatic vocals and a grandiose atmosphere, based on smooth piano lines, dreamy synthesizer and some strong guitar solos.With '' Different silence'' they play some sort of DREAM THEATER-like Progressive Rock/Metal, featuring the high-pitched vocals of Rob Larrhoven and the punchy electric guitars of D'Armandville/Van Dijk, but the addition of some symphonic keys and the complex synth twists show that the band was heading towards the right direction.''Empty hands'' is a mix of the previous styles, clocking at 9 minutes and allowing the band to perform as many styles as possible.From dramatic Heavy Prog tunes with ethereal keyboards to scratching riffs, from lyrical moments to AOR-spiced choruses, from atmospheric soundscapes to rockin' solos.Another decent attempt by the band to enter more progressive realms.

Casual Silence had sweetened their sound a bit with the addition of keyboards, but their style remained a groovy Heavy Rock/Prog with dominant atmospheres.Well-developed and recommended step.

 Head First by URIAH HEEP album cover Studio Album, 1983
2.33 | 86 ratings

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Head First
Uriah Heep Heavy Prog

Review by Andrea Cortese
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

3 stars The second album of the Goalby-era is made of the same ingredients of the previous "Abominog". It is also moulded by the same hands. Despite the low ratings it's a solid effort, a hard rock number with hints of that new wave of heavy metal hailing at that time from the UK: a lot of energy and good vibes.

The overall impression is an unstoppable flow of refined music which is difficult to resist and it's hard to tell whether is gleaming AOR or pure heavy rock. There are four highlights IMHO: the opener "The Other Side of Midnight", another kick ass hard rock number in the very same way of "Too Scared to Run". But the most interesting part (for a prog lover) is side 2 with the combo "Roll-Overture" and "Red Lights": the former is a real symphonic break, too short and not far from THE ENID, that leads to the metallic up-tempo "Red Lights" featuring typical Heep's dramatic choruses (awesome!). The title and the general mood of the latter reminds me of UFO and their memorable exciting hard rock attitude. The closer "Weekend Warriors" is in a similar way.

The other tracks are more radio-friendly cuts, arranged here and there with heavy metal grit and passion thanks to Peter Goalby his wonderful set of pipes. Well, I know that for many reviewers this is not Uriah Heep anymore; in particular, its bad fame is in part due to the BRYAN ADAMS cover "Lonely Nights". However, I find the song pretty decent and the whole disc more surprising than that I would expect from such poor ratings and negative reviews. At that time the band dreamed that they could conquer the US charts. They did not but still released an appreciable work.

 Fear Of A Blank Planet by PORCUPINE TREE album cover Studio Album, 2007
4.22 | 1789 ratings

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Fear Of A Blank Planet
Porcupine Tree Heavy Prog

Review by ProgolateCookie

4 stars This album starts off with one of the band's most boring and plain parts but then it becomes something magical. Even classic prog dude, Rob Fripp is on it to add texture and it is amazing.

I think this is the first one Steven mixed himself or at least in a while cos I know he didn't do In Absentia. The art is amazing too, Lasse Hoil is incredible.

The long one "Anthesthetize" is the best track clearly and you can almost forgive the opening track being so tedious as the rest is PROG! "Sentimental" is also really good for the lyrics. My 3rd fav PT album and much preferred in a lot of way to most of his solo stuff apart from Raven.

82% - 4

 Raskorak by OKO album cover Studio Album, 1976
2.85 | 6 ratings

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Raskorak
Oko Heavy Prog

Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother
Special Collaborator Rock Progressivo Italiano Team

3 stars Like fellow Seventies Yugoslavian prog-lite rock band Hobo, OKO ("The Eye") were another one-and-down band who left behind a sole release, yet one that's still worth rediscovering today. Guitarist/vocalist Pavel Kavec was the one true constant of this group, with not only line-up changes taking place before this album, but the group he had assembled splintering during the actual recordings compiled here. Blues based hard rock, Jimi Hendrix flavoured guitar workouts, light jazz elements and a couple of more fully realized progressive rock moments were the results for `Raskorak', and while it's only infrequently really great, it's still a well played and varied rock collection.

`Hoces Li Sa Mnom' kicks the album off in great form, an up-tempo rocker driven by a relentless beat propelling the track constantly forwards behind swirling spacey backwards effects, running water and crystal-like chimes, Pavel offering fiery little electric guitar fill responses after every line of his vocals. `Sve Sam Ti Dao' is an OK heavy bluesy mid- tempo rocker made more interesting with some cool snappy drumming, plucky bass and nimble electric guitar wailing throughout. The guts of `Hej Mala' is a throwaway rock n' roll boogie, but heavier stomping diversions throughout over deep-space synths wouldn't have sounded out of place on a Jane record. `Baj Baj' is another forgettable rocking boogie, a pleasant catchy commercial melody but only some tasty quick country-flavoured guitar fills during the verses stand out. There's plenty of slow-burn dreamy Floydian atmosphere due to some mesmerizing Hammon organ, but `Sam Sam' is virtually ruined by a cringe- inducing vocal from guest Zlatko Manojlovic, his screeching falsetto lady-killer croons simply go on forever and really destroys a lot of the potential the track was showing.

The two instrumental pieces that close each side of the album are the most exciting aspects of the LP. `Tema IV' is a foot-tapping feel-good cruising breezy jazz groove, with whirring Moogs, crystal-like electric piano, puttering bass that darts around the background and playful electric guitar licks all combining to bring some very positive mellow vibes throughout. The title track opens with glistening chimes and thoughtful electric guitar strains that almost remind of a spiritual-era Santana vibe, but quickly the momentum picks up that has the the band racing for their lives. Extended bluesy guitar runs and warped loopy electronics/ballistic Moog solos duel back and forth over dominating break-neck drumming and rock-solid bass. The band display a perfectly controlled and welcome looseness in the improv sections, and it's the highlight of the album.

Sadly it's the amazing cover art that is far and away the best thing about `Raskorak' (and if you want the album, you'd be better searching for the LP/vinyl reissue specifically for it), and every time I look at it, I keep thinking `I wonder if the album is better than I remember?', only to be kind of disappointed every time. It's still a decent disc, it's just that there's so many endless better albums to recommend before it. But along with the above mentioned Hobo, Kornelyans, Yu Grupa, Korni Grupa and others that have recently had CD/LP reissues, Yugoslavia had the good selection of reliable rock bands, and OKO are definitely worth giving a spin. With the potential constantly displayed throughout this work, it's a shame we didn't get to hear more of them.

Three stars.

 Unmastered by ABIGAIL'S GHOST album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 2014
4.00 | 1 ratings

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Unmastered
Abigail's Ghost Heavy Prog

Review by Second Life Syndrome
Collaborator Post/Math Rock and Crossover Teams

— First review of this album —
4 stars Abigail's Ghost has been around for some time now. Their debut "Selling Insincerity" in 2007 was a pleasant surprise full of Porcupine Tree, A Perfect Circle, and maybe even some Genesis. Honestly, that album is still in my regular rotation. Their follow-up "D_letion" was a solid album, too. So, here they are once again, this time with an EP called "Unmastered". This EP is supposed to be taste of the full album that will come later this year or next. Before I start in detail, I must say that this EP contains some of their best work.

"Unmastered" is made up of five songs that are sonically diverse and beautifully composed. The band brings it in the creative department, featuring songs that range from their classic sound to more melodic and ethereal tracks. They still feature the amazing guitar work of Joshua Theriot and Randy Leboeuf, the intense keys of Brett Guillory, and the dynamic bass of Kenneth Wilson. I also found that the drums from John Rodrigue are extremely precise and present a clarity that I don't recall from their earlier albums. Lastly, Theriot also provides the wonderful vocals, and I don't recall him ever sounding more in the vein of Maynard of Tool/APC. My wife actually thought I was listening to a new APC song. This is not a bad thing in the least.

If the variety presented on this EP is any indication for future things, we are in for a treat. From the enthusiastic "Sliver" to the very melodic "Bloodlust" to the island/folk music combination of "King of All", the band shows their chops and their whimsy. I particularly love "Bloodlust" with its intense guitar solo and instrumental that ranks up near the top of the list this year, and I also love "King of All", a song that dabbles in some genres that aren't normally involved with progressive rock. In all of this, I am very impressed, as the quality and the inspiration of the melodies is clear and at the forefront.

If you remember Abigail's Ghost or simply love progressive rock, do yourself a favor and pick up this EP. Not only will you help them finance their next album, but it will also be an earworm for you for some time.

 Living With the Ancients by BLOOD CEREMONY album cover Studio Album, 2011
3.63 | 43 ratings

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Living With the Ancients
Blood Ceremony Heavy Prog

Review by thwok

4 stars The reason I love progressive music is because I'm always looking for variety. I'm searching for a different combination of elements, something I haven't heard 100 times before. The reason Blood Ceremony is one of my favorite bands at the moment is because they are different from your average "doom metal" band. Alia O'Brien, the singer/ flute player/keyboardist, is the defining element IMO. I won't describe what their music sounds like, because other reviewers have already done so. There aren't enough reviews of Living with the Ancients on ProgArchives. All three of their releases are well worth checking out, but I'm giving Living with the Ancients 4 stars.

Living with the Ancients is a step up from Blood Ceremony's fine debut album. IMO the songwriting has improved. My favorite songs are at the beginning of the album: "The Great God Pan", "Coven Tree", "The Hermit", "Morning of the Magicians". As someone with Asperger's Syndrome, my attention span is naturally short, so it may be that those four songs just appear first!

However, the album is consistently good throughout. The band sustains their songs, which tend to be long by FM radio standards, better than on their first album. The only real complaint I have is that I would like to hear more of Alia O'Brien's skillful flute playing. Her singing, while it doesn't display a significant range, is good and suits the music very well. To wrap things up, Living with the Ancients is a four star album IMO. If you a fan of first generation hard rock, and you've worn out your Uriah Heep records, you'll have a good time with Living with the Ancients.

 Abominog by URIAH HEEP album cover Studio Album, 1982
2.79 | 114 ratings

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Abominog
Uriah Heep Heavy Prog

Review by Andrea Cortese
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

4 stars This is the resurrection of Uriah Heep. Yes, the band was really dead after the "Conquest" album. Not that the record was bad (actually it is very good and criminally underrated by many fans) but it comes that after its release the band was in the grip of a big turmoil: Ken Hensley, John Sloman, Chris Slade and Trevor Bolder they all left.

The mighty Heep came back into life only thanks to the perseverance and determination of Mick Box and his fellow Lee Kerslake who decided to return to the fold and take on the drums' duties after the brief experience with Ozzy Osbourne. The iron will of these two high class musicians (and men) made possible for the Uriah Heep spirit to get a new body, as three-fifths of the line- up were new-entries: first of all, Pete Goalby as vocalist and frontman (from Trapeze), John Sinclair on keys and Bob Daisley on bass (formerly with Ozzy Osbourne).

I think that the sound of "Abominog" is superb, clearly updated with that new wave of heavy metal hailing then from Britain. The opener "Too Scared to Run" is one of the best and more aggressive tunes I ever heard in the band's huge catalogue. An instant classic. Even in its (few) quietest moments this album sounds fresh as never before. It features no less than 5 covers ("On the Rebound", "Running All Night", "That's the Way That It Is", "Hot Night in a Cold Town" and "Prisoner") but you wouldn't tell given that the band manages very well to create a convincing sound. I mean that each and every one of the 10 tracks stands upright on its own merit. So this is a record that is best not to avoid.

 The Cup of the Lord and the Wine of Demons by TINKICKER album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.00 | 3 ratings

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The Cup of the Lord and the Wine of Demons
Tinkicker Heavy Prog

Review by kev rowland
Special Collaborator Crossover Team

3 stars The full title of this album is 'The Cup of the Lord and the Wine of Demons' and is the third album from this Danish band who state that they are influenced by Black Sabbath and Pink Floyd in equal measure and therefore refer to themselves as Pink Sabbath. Actually, what we have here is good old fashioned Seventies rock from a band who have been influenced by The Sweet, Pink Fairies, Black Widow (especially) and Uriah Heep with some Sabbath (but not much Floyd). Production wise it also sounds as if it is from that period as it just doesn't have the clarity and power that one would expect from a modern band pushing guitars in the way that these guys are. It is almost as if someone has put a pillow over the speakers and have muffled a lot of what is going on.

But, I'm not sure that an improvement in sound would make much difference, as in many ways this is a workmanlike album that is okay, but is never really much more than that. There are enough good ideas and musicianship to move it well out of the 'poor' category, but nothing like enough to make it 'essential'. I found that my interest was soon waning, but am also sure that if I saw them in concert I would enjoy it and would buy the CD, but I don't think I would play it much after I got it home. But, if you can't get enough of symphonic style progressive hard rock that sounds as if it came out 40 years ago then this might just be for you, but if you want something that is more vibrant and essential then look elsewhere. www.mals.ru

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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
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
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
HADES Norway
HAIL THE SUN United States
HAKEN United Kingdom
HALLELUJAH United Kingdom
HAYSTACKS BALBOA United States
HAZE Germany
HEADSPACE United Kingdom
HEIR TO MADNESS United States
HERO Italy
HEROINE United States
HIGH TIDE United Kingdom
EL HOMBRE ASTRAL Spain
HØST Norway
HUMAN LIFE INDEX United States
I AM THREE PEOPLE Finland
I BOW CANDLES Multi-National
IMAGERY Brazil
IMAGIN'ARIA Italy
IMPULSO DE LOS SONIDOS INCONSCIENTES Argentina
IN OCEANS United Kingdom
INDIAN SUMMER United Kingdom
INDISCIPLINE Canada
INFRONT Russia
INTROVISIÓN Costa Rica
IRISH COFFEE Belgium
IZ United States
JACK YELLO Germany
JACKAL Canada
JANE Germany
JARDIN DE PIEDRA Peru
JENGHIZ KHAN Belgium
JIMMY CHAMBERLIN COMPLEX United States
JOHN PAUL JONES United Kingdom
JONESY United Kingdom
JUGLANS REGIA Italy
JUNIPHER GREENE Norway
JUNK FARM Germany
KARMAMOI Italy
KARNIVOOL Australia
KETTLESPIDER Australia
KIN PING MEH Germany
KINDLER United States
THE KINDRED Canada
KINGFISHER SKY Netherlands
KOPECKY United States
KOURTYL France
LAGITAGIDA Japan
LANDBERK Sweden
LANDSCAPE Netherlands
LAST LAUGH Sweden
LEECH Estonia
LEGEND United States
LEST France
LEVIN MINNEMANN RUDESS United States
LIQUID SCARLET Sweden
LIQUID WOLF Finland
LONE STAR United Kingdom
A LONELY CROWD Australia
LORD ONLY United States
LOST APPARITIONS United States
LOST NATION United States
LUCIFER'S FRIEND Germany
LUGNORO Sweden
MADRIGAL Germany
MAGELLAN United States
MAGNA VICE Finland
MALOMBRA Italy
THE MARS VOLTA United States
FELIX MARTIN United States
MASTER EXPERIENCE Italy
MAXWELL'S DEMON United States
MAY BLITZ United Kingdom
MEDEA Netherlands
MELODRAMUS United States
THE MERCURY TREE United States
METANOMIA Argentina
MICAH United States
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