Proghurst Blog

Opeth: ‘In Cauda Venenum’ Review

It’s been three years since Opeth released ‘Sorceress’ which received a mixed reception from their fanbase. “Mikael! You need to growl again” the fans screamed into deaf ears. Mikael Åkerfeldt (Lead singer and creative...

Leprous release new single ‘Distant Bells’

Leprous have released another single for their upcoming album ‘Pitfalls’, the followup to ‘Malina’ . ‘Distant Bells’ shows Einar at his most raw. His vocal control is outstanding in this track. The strings provide...

Voyager Announce New Album ‘Colours in the Sun’

Voyager, a prog outfit from Australia, have just announced the release of their new album ‘Colours in the Sun’ for November 1st 2019. In conjunction with this, they’ve released the music video for their...

Radar Festival: Day Two

If you missed the day one article, click here to read it first. After a night of rest, paracetamol, and copious amounts of water, I headed back to Guildford for day two of the...

Radar Festival: Day One

Radar is a brand new festival hosted in the depths of Guildford. Guildford is an already buzzing music hub ,home to Andertons music store, and the Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM). Many of the...

Fleshgod Apocalypse: ‘Veleno’ Review

Where to start with Fleshgod Apocalypse? Bands that fuse together death metal and opera are near unheard of. In fact, the idea of that sounds like a Spinal Tap sequel. Yet Fleshgod’s fusion of...

Lazuli at The Borderline

After coming across a performance on YouTube of Lazuli’s ‘Les courants ascendants’ about a year ago, I was hooked. The hypnotising melodies, the bold instrumentation, the giddiness of the musicians on stage, I knew...