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petrucci75hammet + I've made this list with the intention of exposing lesser known but no less brilliant modern prog bands out there. And before everyone starts complaining about how their favourite bands haven't been added to the list, I wanted to give more obscure prog artists a chance. This has everything a prog album should, with some heaviness but also more subtle, emotional moments - petrucci75hammet. One of the best prog-metal albums, a masterpiece. Thanks Rhap, for giving me such great music. 2 The Mountain - Haken. It has everything a perfect prog album should offer: epic, progressive, varied, melodic, emotive and heavy. Deeply inspiring masterpiece. A perfect balance of progressive rock and metal, The Mountain juggles complex song structure, beautiful vocals, and phenomenal lyrics with ease. 3 Colors - Between the Buried and Me.
Hood Cold House (Domino, 2001). Radiohead’s Kid A felt groundbreaking to many listeners, but for some of us it just didn’t go far enough to integrate electronic sounds with the regular rock band aesthetic.
Together, the pieces form a prog rock opera of sorts. There’s a lot to love on this record - the a cappella Suit Fugue, written from the perspective of record executives, the epic Certifiable Smash, the mournful A Long Day’s Life - but these songs almost never saw the light of day. Thankfully, Gilbert’s estate was persistent in securing the completion and release of the album, overseen by Nick D’Virgillo (ex-Spock’s Beard) and producer John Cuniberti. A concept album about Tsarist Russia (sort of), that also doubles as a tribute to drummer Brann Dailor’s sister Skye, who committed suicide at age 14, Crack the Skye is a heavily psychedelic ride through some of the strangest places the band has ever been - a four-part suite on The Czar, a melancholy swirl of gothic rock on the. title track, and a massive and epic journey on 13-minute closer The Last Baron.