Hi all, now that EEEPM is online the feedback we get on ProgMetal.net
regarding the Encyclopedia, is more than encouraging.
The thing is, The Epigram Encyclopedia(EEEPM) is in need for more overall
reviews on progressive and experimental metal bands. To find reviews on
individual albums is an easy job to do, but what really makes a project like
an Encyclopedia "user friendly" is the overall views of progressive metal
If you think your overall views on progressive/experimental metal bands are
suitable for an Encyclopedia submit them using this link:
Thanks for reading me,
Visit the EEEPM here: http://www.ProgMetal.net/eeepm
ps. I'd like to thank again the Contributors of EEEPM, without them the
whole project wouldn't be reality. Check the "Contributors Section" of EEEPM
for more information about them.