All posts by Conor Fynes

  • Album Review: Winter Calling – Faces

    There was something about the cover art to Winter Calling‘s Faces that reminded me of a certain masterpiece by Dream Theater. Scenes from a Memory...

  • Interview with TURNING VIRTUE

    Turning Virtue are an exciting new formation in the US progressive rock scene. Having recently opened for Haken and Thank You Scientist, they’re poised to...

  • EP Review: The Departure – Gateways

    As if a middle-aged Blink-182 releasing an album this year wasn’t strange enough, it does seem as if pop-punk is set to make another resurgence....

  • Interview with THE LOST POETS

    What’s the story behind your band’s name? David: We wanted a name that reflected our mentalities and the way we are. We’re Lost in the...

  • Interview with LIFEWALKER

    How would you describe yourselves to a new prospective listener? We like to describe Lifewalker as progressive hard rock set to a cinematic backdrop… so...

  • Lost Poets – Insubordia Pt. II

    Perhaps I’m showing my tastes here more than anything, but my experience of the Swedish music scene has been limited mostly to progressive rock, jazz,...

  • Lifewalker – Rx

    Strange things have happened to progressive metal over the last ten years. The genre (if we can still call it that) has been witness to...

  • Interview: The Boy from the Crowd

    Where did you guys get your name from? We wanted something similar to “misfits”. Something about not fitting in, being the odd one out, us...

  • Interview with Bryan Deister

    How did you first get into making music? Were there any artists that inspired you first? I started taking piano lessons at the age of...

  • Interview with GLASS HAMMER

    First off- thanks for accepting this interview. It’s not the first time we’ve bounced questions and answers back and forth. I first interviewed Glass Hammer...