14:15 - Apothecary Sure, not as if EW represent all bands of such styles though. I dunno, the immediate association of psychedelic type music with drugs just reeks to me of that "look at those dirty hippies and their marijuanas" type thinking
14:01 - Mr. Doctor VVV Truth. And I'm a EW fanboy.
Now that Haken's new album, Affinity, hit stores via Inside Out Music, the London-based progressive metal band celebrated that by premiering a new video for the track "Earthrise". You can catch the band on tour in Europe this month and the next. But right now you can enjoy the deliciously catchy tune "Earthrise" right here.
A new Haken tune just in! The band's awaited new album, Affinity, is coming out really soon, on the 29th of April 2016 through Inside Out Music. In anticipation, the London proggers shared online the second song off of it, called "The Endless Knot". You can stream the lyric video for it as much as you want right here.
A new Haken song? It's just been revealed online! The U.K. progressive metallers recently announced their fourth full-length studio album, Affinity, out on the 29th of April 2016 through Inside Out Music. Now they are unleashing the video for the first single taken from the album, titled "Initiate." You can initiate this new Haken journey right here. Remember it's only the first song.
The Israeli ProgStage Productions have just announced a small, exclusive acoustic Haken show in Tel Aviv, Israel. This special show was scheduled after the band's anticipated concert in Tel Aviv on June 26th sold out in a matter of only a couple of weeks after being announced. The acoustic show will be played on the day before, on June 25th, at the Gagarin Club, where only 150 tickets will be sold.
Proggers Haken have come up with an interesting way to announce their new album. Check it out here. Their awaited fourth studio album will be released on April 29th via Inside Out Music under the title of Affinity. What about hearing some new material as well? It's available below just as a tease if you can't wait any longer.
On their year recap message, Haken have revealed that their new album's recordings are done. Back in April 2015, the proggers announced that they were writing new material for a new album. Now the recordings are complete and the mixing started in December. The new album and follow-up to The Mountain is expected to be released this year so keep your eyes peeled for more details.
The ever-evolving progressive metallers Haken are back at work on new music! The London-based group were recently announced as Between The Buried And Me guests on their European tour later this year as main support, and have also started work on their forthcoming new album. Last year, the band released the EP Restoration which featured reworked tracks from their 2008 demo Enter The 5th Dimension. Now it's time to dedicate their time and energy to the follow-up to The Mountain.
After releasing their new album Coma Ecliptic and going on a North American tour with Animals As Leaders and The Contortionist, Between The Buried And Me are going to embark on a shorter European trek with Haken, starting in September. It includes stops in the U.K., Finland, Denmark, Sweden, The Netherlands, and more. How cool is that for prog fans? Don't miss it!
Do you have 20 minutes to hear some music? That's all it will take for you to listen to Haken's new song. The London-based progressive metallers have launched a stream of the longest track on the upcoming EP Restoration, which is "Crystallised," as well as a competition to win a signed copy of the vinyl EP, a t-shirt and a poster. As for the new song, hear the tune below which features guest appearances by guitarist Pete Rinaldi (Headspace) and drummer Mike Portnoy (ex-Dream Theater).
UK progressive metal band Haken have released a video for a song from their upcoming EP. They recently announced the release of the Restoration EP on the 27th of October 2014 via InsideOut, coinciding with their UK and Ireland tour with label mates Leprous and Maschine. Now Haken reveal a brand new video for the track "Darkest Light" taken from that EP, which you can view right here below.
Haken have confirmed the release of a 3-track EP featuring reworked materials from their 2008 demo Enter The 5th Dimension, featuring guests Pete Rinaldi (Headspace) and Mike Portnoy (Transatlantic / Flying Colors). Entitled Restoration, it's set for launch on October 27th via InsideOut, midway through the progressive metal band's UK tour with Leprous and Maschine.
Proggers Haken have recently confirmed that they will join forces with Leprous and Maschine for a UK and Irish tour later this year. The three bands will tour in October and November 2014, showcasing some of the progressive talent that InsideOut have to offer. Haken released The Mountain last year while Leprous will showcase their latest release Coal. Brighton-based progressive rockers Maschine released their debut album Rubidium last August. Looks like a fun tour in prospect.
UK progressive metal group Haken have announced that bassist Tom MacLean has decided to quit the band following their upcoming October show at Prog Stage Festival in Israel. After that, the band will continue with a special guest bassist (to be announced) until they find a permanent member.
With their third album freshly released, British prog juggernauts Haken have now revealed a video for the single edit of the track "Cockroach King". The band had a little bit of fun with this one and you might find some headbanging puppets there. It was directed by Haken and Christian Burnett. Watch it below. The Mountain is available now via InsideOut.
British prog metal band Haken premiere their debut official video for the song "Pareidolia". The 11-minute long track appears on the band's upcoming new album, The Mountain, to be released by InsideOut Music on September 2nd. The Mountain will be available on several different formats, including a limited edition digipak CD which includes two bonus tracks, a standard jewelcase CD, a heavyweight gatefold 2LP and digital download. More album details were previously reported here.