G.L.A.S.S.’s 2013 album ‘Giving Life a Secret Story’ is a grand show of Symphonic Metal with an Alt vibe.
Mad Hatter’s self-titled 2018 debut album is an exquisite, though not entirely original, Power Prog Metal collection.
After 17 years the Galactic Cowboys return with a polished gem of Prog Metal, 2017’s ‘Long Way Back to the Moon’.
Age of Apollo’s 2017 Prog album ‘Psychotic Symphony’ contains brilliant musicians playing mostly lackluster music.
Blue Öyster Cult’s oft misrepresented 1988 release ‘Imaginos’ is actually a solid Metal/Rock album.
Escaping the boundaries of Metal puts Black Sabbath’s 1973 unholy masterpiece ‘Sabbath Bloody Sabbath’ into a class of its own.
Theocracy’s 2016 album ‘Ghost Ship’ is a Power Prog Metal masterpiece.
Going bolder and darker gives Avantasia’s 2016 masterpiece of Prog ‘Ghostlights’ a weighty, more complex sound and tone.
Queensrÿche’s seminal 1986 album ‘Rage for Order’ is one of the all time best Prog Metal releases.