InObscuria Podcast

Ep. 19: Raiding The Prog Rock Crypt

Episode Summary

This week strap in for a 4-hour tour of completely self-indulgent noodling… nah, just kidding! We have raided the Prog Rock crypt, yet we’ve prepared a bite size slab of the genre that pushes the boundaries of rock music with a diverse mix of, well… everything! Prog rock in the 60s and 70s initially had mostly classical music and jazz influences, but over the last 40-years, it has come to include other fusions of music styles including metal, punk, funk, folk, and electronic. Kevin’s prog rock cruise may have been “postponed”, but we are still able to feature several of the artists that would have performed for your listening pleasure.

Episode Notes

What’s this InObscuria thing? We’re a podcast that exhumes obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal and puts them in one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. From Zappa and Sgt. Pepper to today’s Djent and Post-Prog movements… This is Prog Rock! 

Songs this week include:

  1. King Of Kings – “Mantra” from King Of Kings (1991)
  2. 3 – “Queen” from Wake Pig [Planet Noise Version] (2004)
  3. It Bites – “Let Us All Go” from Eat Me In St. Louis (2001)
  4. …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead – “Pure Radio Cosplay” from Tao Of The Dead (2011)
  5. Sunday All Over The World – “If I Were A Man” from Kneeling At The Shrine (1991)
  6. Haken – “The Endless Knot” from Affinity (2016)
  7. Wigglepussy, Indiana – “Doorlock Keyhole” from Life At The Gallows (2003)
  8. Presto Ballet – “Broken Toys” from Relic Of The Modern World (2012)

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