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  1. Hello, I'm currently looking for a talented singer (male or female) that wishes to join the most powerful band on Earth: "Volixe". We're near the release of our demo. Nothing that serious for now, the idea is to have fun, party, drink beers and dominate the planet. We're from Chile so this would most likely be an online collaboration. Every song for the demo is already composed and a couple of lyrics are already done too. The band has thrash, death, black, progressive metal and even classical music influences. You can listen to this song to kind of get our style: Click here
  2. Hey everyone I've written an album's worth of instrumental material (think Periphery, Architects, Northlane, that kind of stuff) and I'm looking for vocalists to do some guest spots on the songs to finish them off. If anyone's interested, drop me a message.I like to think the music is pretty good!I'm not ever intending to make a career out of it, this is purely a passion project, but if you're looking for exposure this is a good way of getting your vocals on an original track to showcase your talents for auditions etc!Here's a few songs from the project, there are another 7 on top of this
  3. Good afternoon! We are a symphonic metal band DemUnillusions. We are from a very distant northern city of Russia. The city of Severomorsk. We create our own music and try to show it to the world, to say that we are here. Perhaps you can watch, and most importantly, listen. You might like it. Perhaps you can listen to our material and share your opinion, tell someone about us who might like it. We really want to move on, but there is no metal industry in our country. And we just ask for all possible help from everyone who loves this kind of music. You can listen to us in all our resourc
  4. Hi Metal Fans all over the world! I want to introduce you a 'new' band: STURP I write 'new' between quotes because the band has been around for some time, but may not be known to you yet. I would like to change that and I am curious if you can handle this new music! STURP is instrumental music: Guitar, banjo and drums. Because of the frequent use of distorted guitars one could call the genre ‘Instrumetal’. STURP is from Amsterdam, the Netherlands. STURP is a solo-project STURP has released 3 full-length albums: – Rapid Germination (2014) – Fumigation of Grain (2016)
  5. Adversus from London, Ontario. FUCKING AMAZING live band saw them with Born of Osiris and Oceano not too long ago. https://open.spotify.com/album/4u63iSOzrwNFCljbMpIRYF
  6. Hey my name is Michael, I’m a 22 year old screaming/singing vocalist searching for band members to play metalcore with me and my guitarist friend. I’m looking to do online stuff over Discord, FaceTime, and on my phone with sending each other videos and voice recordings. So hit me up, my phone number is +16039139752 and my email is [email protected] are into bands like - Atreyu, Counterparts, Johnny Booth, Killswitch Engage, Misery Signals, The Ghost Inside, and Trivium
  7. Despite not exploring Djent or Progressive/Post-metal before listening to this album, it is one of the bands that piqued my interest in this type of music. I'm very aware that Djent is, by some, considered a saturated and simple, almost laughable category of the metal scene, simply defined by low tunings and very mechanical start/stop instrumental patterns. This collides with my view on the genre since I consider that all genres have a more "mainstream" shell that helps the listener get an idea of what type of music they are listening to, Februus is so much more than what this shell could ever
  8. Greetings, My band is looking for a guitarist for an experimental/progressive extreme metal band. Bands influences are Ihsahn, Leprous, Ne Obliviscaris, Blotted Science, Death, etc... Guitarist is to be experienced, reliable, has the ability to record and use online tools, we're all from different countries (UK, USA, South Africa, Lebanon) and are looking forward to releasing our first album in mid 2021. ~ Long Term ~ May have to travel for live performance. Thank you. - Mike
  9. How good were these 3 albums when they first came out? For me they changed the meaning of progressive metal, but which one is best? I know they are completely different so comparisons are hard, but they came out in roughly the same period and are top 3 progressive albums of the decade (IMO). My favourite is Masstadens, it's so unique I can't get over it and the production is absolutely mental. Such a good album.
  10. GAIA are a progressive metal band from Brighton, UK and their debut EP release brings something out of the ordinary to the progressive metal scene. More succinct than standard progressive metal, GAIA take groove to new heights and bring about a musical masterpiece that combines sweet melodic phrasing and vibrant riffing with exceptional vocals. This EP will cause headbanging and severe satisfaction to the listener. The release for this EP is the 10th January 2020. I recommend checking this one out. The single "Words" is out now: Purchase EP from 10/01/2020 here
  11. I was wondering for longtime metal fans to tell me which bands are completely awful live. I've heard of a couple, like Mastodon and Nile, but what do you guys think?
  12. Please check out/let me know what you think. This is a Lovecraftian-inspired Progressive Death Metal Track that I'm looking for a place to share it with that will truly give quality feedback and comments. Thanks for checking it out!
  13. Rock and metal music is all about the energy, we all know that on this forum. I want to offer any musicians on here a damn near free deal for getting their music mixed. Its not a huge deal if it is just a guitar cover, a demo, or a fully produced original song. There is no catch, I do business through a freelance site and I'm building a portfolio and need more musicians to work with, especially in this genre. Prices: Full Mix + Guitar/bass reamp + Sample reinforcement (5$) I can work with anything from a 2 track acoustic song to a 70 track metal mix Mixing includes (but is not lim
  14. Hello all! I'm new to this site, and I hope to discover lots of great music here and have many interesting discussion! I'm a Minnesotan musician of many different genres, but one of them is Prog Metal (heavily inspired by the likes of Tool), and I finally got around to finishing a track in that vein. So, without further adieu, I present to you an Undefined original: Polaris. (Footnote: all art, productions, compositions, and performances are arranged and recorded by myself unless otherwise noted.) Enjoy!! --Ryan s
  15. - Stone Angel - Always On The Back Of The Mind - ''Always On The Back Of The Mind'' is the third song from Stone Angel's solo album ''Thing Outside'' released online ! The album features 6 guest vocalists, immersive instrumentals and a plethora of musical styles. ''Thing Outside'' was released in September last year and is now available for digital download and on physical CD. You can get your digital copy here : Bandcamp And physical CD here : www.polymusic.eu ~ ( Stone Angel - Thing Outside ) Enjoy : ) Youtube link : Stone Angel - Always On The Back Of The Mind ( Youtu
  16. Soon too come out! Keep a look out on our pages. (P.S. Opeth Cover's!) https://soundcloud.com/benttree
  17. Hi Everyone, For any of you who are fans of progressive metal I would like to invite you to check out Dyed in Grey. Dyed in Grey originally had a vocalist who performed a mixture of harsh and clean vocals but have since moved on as an instrumental act. Here is a link to check out our latest album "Anguish and Ardor", please let me know what you think. Anguish and Ardor:
  18. After two singles – 2014’s poppy “inner Enemy” and the somewhat more straight-laced “The Promise” in 2016 – Swedish progressive metal maestros Seventh Wonder have recently announced their new album “Tiara”. The release is being mixed by Oyvind Larsen, the man responsible for mixing on the already-mentioned singles. The album has undergone mastering by Jens Bogren at Fascination Studios. Bogren has previously worked with other progressive metal stalwarts such as James Labrie, Katatonia, Opeth and Symphony X. ( Frontiers Records will oversee the worldwide release of the 13-track concept album, i
  19. On July 27, 2018, Redemption released their seventh full-length album, Long Night’s Journey Into Day. The release was mastered by Jacob Hansen, who has also worked with Amaranthe, Doro, Primal Fear and Volbeat. It is the first album to feature Evergrey vocalist Tom Englund on vocals, replacing longtime frontman Ray Alder, also of progressive metal institution Fates Warning. Englund’s highly emotional, husky vocal style could lend a rougher edge to Redemption’s simultaneously melodramatic and contemplative approach. It is also worth pointing out that in the band’s new promo shoot (https://www.r
  20. Contrarian is a sometimes international progressive death metal collaboration featuring George Kollias of Nile on drums, and on "To Perceive Is To Suffer", their second full-length, he steps up to perform vocals as well. If you like mid-90s Death, there's a good chance you'll like this album. Comparisons to the early Floridian prog-death scene are obvious from the outset, but this recording is no mere hero worship; it offers a fresh and sincere take on the style, brimming with intricate yet memorable riffs, intelligent harmonies, a strong sense of melodic interplay between the bass and guitars
  21. I invite you to come with me to a time before 2008. It may surprise you to learn that at this point, Circle II Circle was actually a pretty damn good band. They did eventually become prog Godsmack, as history will record with bitter regret chronicling the storied tale of Savatage. For now, however, let’s make like boomers and complain about how things used to be better. Burden of Truth sounds like sentimentalism, at times. It feels rather like Skid Row filtered through Phantom of the Opera, in that characteristically Trans-Siberian Orchestra fashion. The difference, though, is that Circle
  22. Hey guys! Ive just released my debut album. 14 twisted tracks for your ears. Really appreciate any feedback. http://fromthethicket.bandcamp.com/album/from-the-thicket
  23. Hey good people, I've been working on an album for my project From The Thicket. I know genre labels are always a point of contention but I'd say my work draws a lot from groove oriented bands (e.g. meshuggah, vildhjarta) and dissonant/strange death metal bands like Gorguts. The Album has 13 tracks completed, and I'm currently working on improving the production. I play guitar and bass, and use Ezdrummer for the drums. Its all mixed and mastered by me. I haven't got vocals on this one but I have used scream samples in parts and other voice samples, to fill that void. In the future I
  24. Hello everyone,We are <Crescent Sky>, an instrumental metalcore/prog metal/ambient (you name it) band from Belgium and we just released our Debut EP "DAWN".You can listen to this EP on Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, and many more.Also on Youtube (full stream) : https://youtu.be/3rgyBYyC1u8 --> Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2ELkqFn Find us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/csky-book Let us know what you think of it. Getting feedback is important to us in order to evolve and grow. Influences: August Burns Red, Chon, Polyphia, Animals as leaders, Modern Day Babylon, Tessera
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