Tag: Navian

Documentary: “Cosmos” album release show aftermovie from Navian!

Time flies when you’re working like a slave during that 9-5 daily grind so it might be a surprise that “Cosmos“, the debut album from Norwegian Progressive Instrumental trio Navian has reached it’s four month anniversary milestone already. To celebrate the band have released an aftermovie from the release show at John Dee in Oslo

Playthrough: “Cosmos” from Navian!

Middle Farm Studios (Bury Tomorrow, No Worth Of Man) is where the drums were recorded and engineered by Peter Miles for the new Navian album “Cosmos” and it has to be said that Ola Dommen’s work has never sounded better. He plays gear from Yamaha, Q-Drum, Zildjian, Vic Firth, Evans and Meinl Byzance when making

Bootleg: “Cosmos” from Navian!

About as far from “fan filmed” quality footage as you can possibly get, Progressive Metal titans Navian have shared a live rendition of the title track from their new album “Cosmos“. A spellbinding affair with cinematic flavours it sees the band take another deep dive into instrumental work that defies the odds by remaining catchy

Review: “Cosmos” by Navian

“We started out talking about the vision we all had in mind of what we wanted to do this time around. How we wanted the instruments to sound, the way we wanted to orchestrate and arrange the music, how we wanted it to be played, what kind of energy and landscape we were looking to

NEWS: Navian share 3rd single “Apricity”!

Ahead of their 19th November Indie Recordings releasing debut album “Cosmos”, Norwegian prog trio Navian (who are inspired by bands like Plini, Intervals, and Polyphia) have shared a third single in “Apricity” via all the usual outlets. The highly anticipated instrumental record will be following their stunning debut EP “Reset” as Navian build on their music with more

Bootleg: “Temple” from Navian!

As with their last single “Luna“, Norwegian  Instrumental Progressive trio Navian have recorded a live in the studio rendition of new single “Temple“. Known for creating lush soundscapes of heavy riffs, cathartic melodies and interestingly nuanced technical rhythms, the band met while taking a bachelor’s degree in contemporary music and were all working as session

Playthrough: “Luna” from Navian!

We may have only had one single from a debut album completed back in October at Middle Farm Studios (Toska, Bury Tomorrow, No Worth Of Man) but in “Luna“, Norwegian Instrumental Progressive Metallers Navian have once again raised the bar and impressed, making that album something of a mouthwatering prospect. If you haven’t heard it

NEWS: Navian reset with “Luna”!

Having completed the recording of their as yet untitled debut album at Middle Farm Studios (Toska, Bury Tomorrow) back in October, it has been a long wait for the first single from it but Norwegian Instrumental Progressive Metallers Navian aren’t ones to let us down. So nearly seven months on, they’ve gone the extra mile

Bootleg: “Blank Space” from Navian!

Celebrating the first anniversary of the release of their single “Blank Space“, not to be confused with the Taylor Swift song of the same name, Navian have entered the studio with Martin Stenstad Selen to record a live version of the cut, which he also mixed, mastered and produced. The appears on the debut EP

Review: “Circadian” by Intervals

When it comes to Instrumental Progressive Metal, there are a number of artists who are considered pioneers in the genre. One of those is Intervals, founded in Ontario Canada in 2011 by guitarist Aaron Marshall, a musician known for his ability to create infectious melodies and engaging compositions. The latest incarnation of his band sees