New Swedish Neo-Prog Rock? The debut album of Under the Psycamore (self-titled) (7D Media), out recently, gives you a very nice bundle of that.
They aren't into the bunch of notes speed thing so much as they come up with music that lays right, with not uninteresting chord progressions and thematics, very good musicianship, an edge when warranted, and some excellent vocal harmonies. They go for songs that stand apart as prog without being particularly reminiscent of others. They are original.
To me those are ingredients of a band that is very worth hearing. Under the Psycamore is that.