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Matthew Browning excels with haunting video for “Underneath The Willow Tree”

As early as toddlerhood, Matthew Browning developed his musical sensibilities through singing and piano. By the 90s, he would earn sizable acclaim collaborating with musicians around Memphis, Tennessee’s alternative scene, notably a pre-Skillet John L. Cooper. Now hailing from Colorado Springs, Browning’s scope of influence takes a progressive approach, with …

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Witherfall talk influences, Adam Paul Sagan, ‘Vintage’ EP

California’s Witherfall has established themselves as a masterfully enduring force of modern prog metal. Based in Los Angeles, the quartet’s somber lyrical perspective and melodic emphasis ring especially poignant in their half-a-decade career. Their first two full-length releases – 2017’s self-released Nocturnes and Requiems and 2018’s Century Media Records effort …

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Interview: Johan Niemann of Evergrey

Since the mid-90s, Sweden’s Evergrey have harnessed a darker blend of prog metal with prominent emphasis on chords and textures, a contrast from the genre’s otherwise saturated virtuosic identity. The Gothenburg quartet continues to be a successful charting band, their latest album, The Atlantic, faring decently within several distinct Billboard …

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EP Review: U-N-T – Y. Ni. Te.

U-N-T (pronounced “unity”) is a Canadian progressive rock trio based in Toronto. Staying true to their name, vocalist/guitarist Michael Scotta Delorme, bassist Marc-L Porter and drummer Rick Smith aim to bring together even the broadest of musical crowds. Their sound rightfully contains a bit of what could suffice everyone’s liking …

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