The thing I like about Progressive Metal bands is that they don’t give a damn about standing out from the crowd like a sore thumb. And this being different thing actually helps them getting some fame. You find loads of little known gigs that most of the time produce a pretty decent note sheet. But for some reason did not get far yet.
Very often a band is called Prog, once it is impossible to really put them into a corner. This means being classified by the manic music classifiers. Without running out of ink or corners to put them in, whichever comes first. And this is the case with Amoth and their latest 2016 album Revenge. They are so diverse in their approach, that corners will start missing real quick and this is one of the major sales arguments they got. [...]