FRAGMENTS, The new album from TRIFECTA will be released by KSCOPE on 20th August. First track, with premiered video, is "PAVLOV'S DOG KILLED SCHRODINGER'S CAT" Trifecta, a new addition to the Kscope roster, features 3 of the contemporary music scene's most lauded and revered musicians – bassist and songwriter Nick Beggs, keyboardist extraordinaire Adam Holzman..
We are delighted to be able to announce that Trifecta have joined the Kscope family. Trifecta features 3 of the contemporary music scene's most lauded and revered musicians – bassist and songwriter Nick Beggs, keyboardist extraordinaire Adam Holzman and completing the line-up, Craig Blundell – one of the world's most celebrated drummers. Having performed together as part of..
Four years after a promising debut EP, the Austin (Texas) prog-metal/post-rock artist Scaphoid returns with Absent Passages, revealing a musically dexterous, hugely skillful and fascinating soundscape that flows freely between aggression and atmosphere, from incendiary roar to infectious groove to intoxicating delicacy. Each track is impeccably composed and, allied to a scintillatingly clean production, this..
LIMITED EDITION 13 DISC BOX SET COMING 20TH NOVEMBER ON TRANSMISSION After it recently being announced that Snapper Music will be representing Porcupine Tree’s Transmission label worldwide, we have the details of the first release under the new deal – Porcupine Tree – The Delerium Years - a deluxe 13 CD box set chronicling the evolution of Porcupine..
Long Distance Calling are one of the best and most internationally successful instrumental rock bands from Germany, a country that does produce great 'non-vocal' music. They were formed in 2006 and How Do We Want To Live? is their seventh studio album. The majority of their tracks are now extended instrumentals, but despite this their sound..
Dawnwalker are an experimental metal band from London, England, featuring a revolving cast of players and led by songwriter Mark Norgate. Their music blends the modern progressive metal of Opeth and Tool with the melodic folk and progressive rock influences of 1970s heroes King Crimson and Comus, not to mention more recent prog bands like..