WOJCIECH BATOR: Something Unusual

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A songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Wroclaw in Poland, Wojciech Bator is en route of becoming the next sensation among the guitarists extraordinaire. His debut solo release is the single “The Nightingale,” a project that is just a scratch on the surface of what this youngster is capable of creating in the future. Following his presence […]

Album Review: The Ghost of Lemora – Love Can Be Murder

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Listening to the new album by UK band The Ghost of Lemora entitled “Love Can Be Murder” ultimately brings a thought to one’s mind that the five-piece that has been around since 2001 is one of the most promising bands in the alternative rock today. The London-based band has a knack for soaring, glowing mixture […]

THE GHOST OF LEMORA: Music That Doesn’t Date

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UK alternative rock act The Ghost of Lemora are gearing up to launch their new full-length album entitled ‘Love Can Be Murder,’ out on February 12th. About this new ambitious project, guitarist Paul Swift speaks for Prog Sphere. The band was a part of the January 2021 edition of the Progotronics compilation series. Define the […]

KILL CITY: No Limits

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Ecuador-based rockers Kill City have recently launched their full-length debut album entitled ‘Last Man Standing.’ About their mission, the creative process behind the album and more, the group tells us in the interview below. Define the mission of Kill City. We all love music, for us it is a pleasure to compose, produce and perform […]

Review: SAMUEL DALES – Past is Perfect

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With the amount of records being released in the present era, ranging from the bedroom to high-class studio productions, it is quite a challenge to satisfy my hunger for music lately. Most of this has to do with the fact that the music being released today lacks sincerity. Maybe I am stuck badly to the […]

Review: JEROME KHATTAR – Resurrection

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Back in November French guitarist and songwriter Jerome Khattar launched his instrumental debut EP entitled Resurrection—a ‘down-to-its-core’ progressive metal outing with plenty of different elements. Upon my first experience of Resurrection I was left with the impression that this is a musician that has a clear vision of what route his music leans toward. That […]

NOVA INCEPTA: Breaking Down Boundaries

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International progressive rock project Nova Incepta has been around for a few years, and the group’s latest effort entitled ‘Visions of Arcadia‘ was released on December 5th. They were featured on the Progotronics 28 compilation back in October, and here is what they have to say about their work, the new album, and more. Define […]

ESTHESIS: Notion of Identity

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One of the bands on the Progotronics 29 compilation is a French progressive rock band Esthesis, formed by songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Aurelien Goude. Back in November Esthesis launched its debut album entitled “The Awakening,” and in the interview below Goude speaks about it. Define the mission of Esthesis. Well, I’m not sure we can say […]

JEROME KHATTAR: Imagining Visual Scenes

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Back in November Paris-based guitarist and songwriter Jerome Khattar launched his debut EP ‘Resurrection,’ and recently we had the title song off of the EP featured on the Progotronics 29 compilation. Jerome answered our questionnaire. Read more below. Define the mission of your project. This EP was an experiment I wanted to try to blend […]

AVYAKTA: Devoid of Form

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New Jersey’s experimental one-man band Avyakta is a brainchild of songwriter Jesse Agins, who back in April launched the debut album entitled ‘Somnium Chorus.’ Avyakta was recently part of the Progotronics 29 compilation, and Agins answered our questionnaire about his work, the album, and more. Define the mission of Avyakta. The word Avyakta is of Sanskrit […]