Ep. #366 featuring Mystery and ProgStock

Another year, another new prog festival. Now in its second year I got to visit ProgStock in Rahway, NJ for the first time this past weekend. Myself and many friends were drawn by the rare chance to see IQ stateside. We ended up seeing a variety of amazing music, with a nice combination of local acts, well known headliners, and some rare or unusual sets to round things off. One of the artists performing at the festival was Canada’s Mystery, whose latest album Lies and Butterflies is our featured album this week. Released over the summer and debuted at Night of the Prog in Germany the album has pleased the fan base and was delivered in full at ProgStock.

Along with the featured album and a lot of songs from the festival we covered a few new albums we didn’t get to last show such as those from Michael Romeo and Spock’s Beard. In addition we opened with the second new single from Haken‘s forthcoming album Vector which can be seen below. Also this past week Coheed and Cambria released their new album The Unheavenly Creatures, and a video from that is included as well.

Haken – Puzzle Box
Mystery – Looking For Something Else
Cell15 – Street Lights
3rDegree – The Future Doesn’t Need You
Coheed and Cambria – Black Sunday
Ayreon – Castle Hall
Michael Romeo – Black
Orpheus Nine – Eightfold Way
Dave Kerzner – Static
Saga – On the Loose
Phideaux – From Hydrogen to Love
Mystery – Chrsalis
Enchant – Juggling Knives
IQ – From the Outside In
Riverside – Acid Rain
Spock’s Beard – Somebody’s Home
IZZ – Can’t Feel the Earth, Part IV
Evership – Silver Light
Mystery – Something to Beleive In
Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Trilogy
Shadow Gallery – Room V

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