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Focus [Expanded Edition]
Focus is the debut album by Cynic, released September 14, 1993 through Roadrunner Records. A remastered version of the album was released in 2004.
Sublimation is the first studio album by American progressive metal band Canvas Solaris. It was released in 2004.
Pelagial is the sixth studio album by German progressive metal band The Ocean. It is a concept album with the track titles referencing, in descending fashion, the oceanic depth zones. Musically, the concept is explored by sequencing the music such that it is increasingly dark and claustrophobic in emulation of the diminishing light and increasing pressure that comes with oceanic descent. The album was initially conceived as an instrumental release, although vocals were subsequently added; the band has made both versions available.
Pelagial was released in Germany on April 26, 2013, in Europe on April 29, and in North America on April 30. The album entered the German Album Chart at #68 and is the band's first charting album.
Unorthodox Creative Criteria
Unorthodox Creative Criteria is the third studio album by Chilean technical death metal band Coprofago. The album was originally released through Sekhmet Records with 10 tracks. This was rushed because of the outbreak in various festivals with the band. But the band was unhappy with the result of this version and the album was remixed and re-released a year later with full acceptance of the band members. This new version contains 3 bonus tracks and the album artwork is different.
The Painter's Palette
Solitarily Speaking of Theoretical Confinement
Solitarily Speaking Of Theoretical Confinement is the second solo album by progressive metal guitarist Ron Jarzombek, released in 2002. Every song follows a loose concept of basing each song's composition on certain songwriting systems created by Jarzombek himself.
Nano-Nucleonic Cyborg Summoning
Nano-Nucleonic Cyborg Summoning is the second EP album by Behold... the Arctopus, released in 2005 on Epicene Sound Systems and limited to 800 copies. It was later released on 12" screen-printed white vinyl limited to 500 copies.
Black Market Activities reissued this EP on August 22, 2006. It contains all of Nano-Nucleonic Cyborg Summoning and Arctopocalypse Now... Warmageddon Later, plus selected live tracks. The cover art was illustrated by Terry Grow.
In A Flesh Aquarium
Arktis is the sixth studio album by Norwegian progressive metal artist Ihsahn. The album was released on April 8, 2016 through Candlelight Records.
The Machinations Of Dementia
The Machinations of Dementia is the sole studio album by the instrumental progressive metal band Blotted Science, released September 18, 2007, on guitarist Ron Jarzombek's EclecticElectric label. It was issued in Japan on June 22, 2011, via Marquee/Avalon.
The album had been in the making since 2005, but progress stalled when original drummer Chris Adler had to bow out due to commitments with his band Lamb of God; his successor, Derek Roddy, left over "musical differences" after a six-month tenure.
According to Ron Jarzombek, "75 percent" of The Machinations of Dementia was written utilizing the "Circle of 12 Tones", derived from the twelve-tone technique pioneered by Austrian-born composer Arnold Schoenberg in the 1920s.
Process Of A New Decline
Process of a New Decline is the third full-length album by technical death metal band Gorod and the first to feature new drummer Samuel Santiago.
Dualism is the fourth album by Dutch metal band Textures. The album was released on 23 September in Europe, South America and Asia, and was released in North America on September 27, all via Nuclear Blast records.
The first single from the album "Reaching Home" was released on 19 August worldwide. A music video was released simultaneously with the song. That same day, drummer Stef Broks released a video through SickDrummer.com of himself playing along to the entire new track titled "Singularity".
The album was produced by guitarist Jochem Jacobs and it was recorded in Split Second Sound Studio in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The artwork for the album has been designed by former vocalist Eric Kalsbeek and bassist Remko Tielemans.
The Omega Experiment
The Omega Experiment
East Of The Wall
Last Chance to Reason
Level 2 is the second full-length album by metal band, Last Chance to Reason. It was released in 2011 through Prosthetic Records and is their first release since leaving Tribunal.
Capture the Sun
Capture the Sun
A Sense of Gravity
Ink Complete is progressive instrumental band Spastic Ink's debut album, released in 1997 via Germany's Dream Circle label and re-issued in 2000 on EclecticElectric, with 25 minutes of 'work tapes' added as bonus tracks.
Related Money re-issued the Ink Complete LP without bonus tracks. It was released in 2011 over worldwide to sell 5 million copies.
Sol Niger Within
Fredrik Thordendal's Special Defects
The Gabriel Construct
Avalanche of Worms
Levi / Werstler
Habitual Levitations (Instilling Words With Tones)
Habitual Levitations (Instilling Words with Tones) is the fourth full-length album from American progressive metal band Intronaut. It was released 18 March 2013 in Europe and 19 March 2013 in North America on Century Media Records, which also released their previous two albums Prehistoricisms and Valley of Smoke.
The Wretched Sun
Barriers and Passage
Barriers and Passages is the fourth album by Progressive rock band Dysrhythmia. It is their first to feature bassist Colin Marston.
Engineering the Rule
The Didact is the self-produced debut album by Swedish progressive metal band, Means End, released in 2013. The album name "The Didact" derives from the Ancient Greek word, "didaktikós", meaning to instruct or be taught.
The Farthest Reaches
Son of Aurelius
Back to Where You've Never Been
Mantiis - An Agony in Fourteen Bites is the first studio album by Barcelona-based band Obsidian Kingdom. It is a concept album featuring a single song divided into fourteen tracks, noted for reflecting a broad range of emotions through a great variety of genres. The album was recorded, mixed and produced by Jorge Mur and the band at Ax Studios in Barcelona, and mastered by Jens Bogren at Fascination Street Studios. The artwork of the physical edition was in charge of Elena Gallen, under art direction by Ritxi Ostáriz and the band itself.
At the Dreams Edge
Returning We Hear the Larks
Manipulation Under Anesthesia
Abnormal Thought Patterns
Gretzky is the debut full-length album by Canadian instrumental progressive metal band Electro Quarterstaff. It is named after hockey legend Wayne Gretzky and follows the trend of the band naming their releases as the last name of a male celebrity – a trend that had begun on their first EP, Swayze; it continued with the release of their second LP, Aykroyd.
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