In August 2010, Prog Sphere released its first ever Progstravaganza compilation. After four years, twenty compilations, over 460 bands showcased, and more than 65,000 downloads, Prog Sphere is ready to release its first physical compilation CD. Progstravaganza: Beyond Frontiers, is ready for pre-order Progify store, and will be released on October 14th, 2014. This new compilation includes twelve progressive rock and metal bands from all around the world who are itching to show their talent to Prog Sphere’s global audience.
Progstravaganza Beyond Frontiers
From the very beginning, Prog Sphere has sought to bring the very best upcoming progressive rock and metal bands to its audience, while also offering a presentation that the discerning prog lover has come to expect from his or her collection. To this end we have enlisted the talent of Frank Gingeleitof Living Tunes Mastering to master our newest compilation. For those with an eye for beautiful album covers, we have retained the services of the talented Chris van der Lindenof LindenArtwork for the artwork and six-page digipak.
In addition to being the first physical release of the Progstravaganza series, Beyond Frontiers will also be accompanied by Prog Sphere’s first printed magazine. All of the artists fromProgstravaganza: Beyond Frontiers will be featured in this issue with reviews and interviews. All of the artists will also be featured in an upcoming documentary about Progstravaganza: Beyond Frontiers.
The track list for Progstravaganza: Beyond Frontiers, is as follows:
01. Seconds Before Landing – I’m All Alone (USA)
02. Fughu – Quirk of Fate (feat. Damian Wilson) (Argentina)
03. Traffic Experiment – The Weight of the World (UK)
04. Machines Dream – Broken Door (Canada)
05. The Moonling – Backstage (Switzerland)
06. Rolf Remlinger – Corrosive Exponent Too (USA)
07. Riccardo Sandri – Campi Verdi (Italy)
08. Cea Serin – The Victim Cult (USA)
09. Overhaul – Three Judges (The Netherlands)
10. Celluloid Winter – Feigning Insanity (Part I) (USA)
11. The Amber Herd – Tin Man (UK)
12. Fred Colombo – Midgar (France)
Naturally, the first physical release of a Progstravaganza compilation is only the beginning! Prog Sphere plans to continue releasing Progstravaganza compilations into the far future. Interested artists can get in touch with Prog Sphere for inclusion in future editions. In addition to be included on a future compilation, interested parties will receive a six month PR campaign through Prog Sphere Promotions. We look forward to hearing from you, and we look forward to including your band in our compilations.