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The Future of Progressive Metal

The Future of Progressive MetalHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 23:

We turn to Prog Metal from 2000 to today and examine the likes of Mastodon, Periphery, and Baroness, as they drove the boundaries of the style further. Then we glance to the future, not only to the new bands emerging across the world, but predict the return of some big groups of the past. We enter into the Future of Progressive Metal.

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Hosted by Greg Davies from Blendover, the Heavy Metal Historian Podcast delivers to you snippets of tales from years gone by in the world of Metal, one episode at a time.

 


 

Metal News Links

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Ex-Nuclear Hellfrost Singer Claims Responsibility for Dimebag Darrell Grave Vandalism

FAITH NO MORE Brings ‘Superhero’ to Marvel

Hugh Warner, a.k.a. MARILYN MANSON’s dad, surprised his son…

MINISTRY’s AL JOURGENSEN Launches SURGICAL METH MACHINE

SCYTHE Announces New Bassist

Today’s Cold Splash of Water in the Face of Your Music Biz Dreams

“Where Is Your God Now?” Unleashed Would Like to Know

 


 

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The Rise of Progressive Metal

The Rise of Progressive MetalHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 21:

We return to Prog, where we pursue the significance of Rush, as the Canadian musical giants establish a subgenre that would influence countless bands that would follow. From Queensryche, to the development of Dream Theater, into the ambiguity of Tool and beyond, we delve into The Rise of Progressive Metal.

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Hosted by Greg Davies from Blendover, the Heavy Metal Historian Podcast delivers to you snippets of tales from years gone by in the world of Metal, one episode at a time.

 


 

Metal News Links

COAL CHAMBER To Release ‘Rivals’ Album In May

DEF LEPPARD’s New Album Pushed Back To Later In The Year

Icelandic Heavy Metal Drama ‘Metalhead’ Available On Demand In April

LEVIATHAN Posts New Song “Within Thrall”

MOTLEY CRUE announce final tour of Australia

NIGHTWISH release music video for new song “ÉLAN”

ROB HALFORD ‘Would Love To’ Make Another FIGHT Album

SLAYER to Release New Song “When the Stillness Comes” for Record Store Day

TOOL Is In The Studio ‘Working On Tunes’

Woman Attempts To Deface Controversial CRADLE OF FILTH T-Shirt At New Zealand Museum

 


 

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The Rise of Progressive Rock

The Origins of Progressive RockHeavy Metal Historian
Episode 19:

From the development of Pink Floyd into the 1970’s, to key essential bands from the era such as Genesis and Yes, to Rush leading the growth of Progressive Metal, we turn back time to investigate why Prog was so important to the evolution of Rock and Metal during the era and into the future. We investigate the Rise of Progressive Rock.

Listen to Heavy Metal Historian on iTunes

Listen to Heavy Metal Historian on Stitcher

Hosted by Greg Davies from Blendover, the Heavy Metal Historian Podcast delivers to you snippets of tales from years gone by in the world of Metal, one episode at a time.

 


 

Metal News Links

CATTLE DECAPITATION Mosh Pit Stabbing At Band’s Show

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Kim Fowley Dies at 75

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LINKIN PARK, GODSMACK, SLAYER, PAPA ROACH, VOLBEAT Confirmed For ROCKLAHOMA

MASTODON and CLUTCH team up for co-headlining tour

MOTLEY CRUE release new single: All Bad Things

Scott Weiland Launches Velvet Revolver 2.0 with Members of Guns N’ Roses and Disturbed

Serj Tankian, Tom Morello + More Release ‘Crazy Train’ Cover

THE BLACK CROWES are officially no more

 


 

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Music used in the Heavy Metal Historian Intro Theme was performed and written by AGAINST 72 – used with permission
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