Track Of The Day - The Infinite Edition
A very solid djenty progressive metal instrumental from this New York avant-garde black metal act.
Mid 80's progressive metal from Canada.
A prime example of psychedelic progressive black metal:
Classy mid-80's progressive metal from Washington USA.
Mid-80's progressive metal from Seattle, USA.
Impressive technicality, ominous melody, and vicious vocals shine in this progressive highlight:
An atmospheric blend of beauty and heaviness, and the only track in this Finnish-sung album to have English lyrics:
There was one song from this album that I discovered via a YouTube ad that made me up to checking out this band, and it's another well-done blend of heavy and ethereal:
Avant-garde progressive metal from Brooklyn, USA.
A very solid progressive metal outing from these Canadian thrashers.
A very solid progressive heavy metal instrumental from the Swedish neoclassical guitar virtuoso.
Jazz fusion-inspired avant-garde/technical death metal from New York, USA.
An 8-minute piece of dark early progressive/power metal:
A very solid progressive metal instrumental from this highly regarded US power metal outfit.
Technical/progressive thrash metal from Sweden.
An epic diverse progressive metalcore journey within a journey, in its live glory:
I'm glad to revisit the earlier metal material of Swedish progressive titans Opeth, as my Infinite heart is strong in most of the songs from this live offering, including this classic from their 2001 breakthrough Blackwater Park...
...And heavy progressive compositions from their other albums as early as Orchid:
An atmospheric progressive metal epic with emotional structure:
An epic underrated journey that can be experienced in just 4 minutes: