by Paul Castles
Canadian crew Diatessaron had one of the longest journeys to Bloodstock so were intent on making a favourable impression on the Hobgoblin New Blood Stage. The Calgary Prog performers brought something a little different to the Bloodstock menu and Paul Castles was there to get a taste.
“It’s never easy to pigeonhole us. I think the way we write music is progressive. We don’t tend to write standard pop songs. We’re here at a metal festival but we’ve even ended up on pop bills, but at our heart we’re a prog band. Our fans back home all come from different walks of musical life.”