Specials

  • Porcupine Tree – Stupid Dream

    Well, if it wasn’t already clear with ‘Signify’ that Porcupine Tree was moving in a new direction with their music, than ‘Stupid Dream’ made it...

  • Dennis Rea – The Discography

    …and now, following from The Interview, here’s The Discography, in his own words, in chronological order, earliest first. Take it away, Dennis! Earthstar: Salterbarty Tales (Moontower Records...

  • Yes – Going For the One

    Although Yes’ ‘Going For The One’ is seen as a return to simpler songs after their three most ambitious and complex works, I will say...

  • Guthrie Govan – Erotic Cakes

    Even half a decade after this has been released, there has still been some buzz over this virtuoso guitarist’s work amongst friends and acquaintances. Being...

  • Deathspell Omega – Veritas Diaboli Manet In Aeternum: Chaining the Katechon

    Deathspell Omega is a band that has had the same effect on me that only a few others like , Opeth, Blotted Science and Voivod...

  • Green Carnation – The Quiet Offspring

    Green Carnation was a project first incarnated by its members in order to explore sounds other than black metal, so it should not come as...

  • Gorguts – Obscura

    Widely considered to be one of the most enduring examples of experimental metal, ‘Obscura’ is an album that has already sparked plenty of discussion long...

  • Iron Maiden – Killers

    “Killers” could be seen as a transition album for Iron Maiden. Although the band had a relatively firm grasp of their galloping sound since the...

  • OSI – Free

    Prog rock supergroups are generally consistent in two ways. First, they are bound to create a level of excitement for the fans of whatever artists...

  • King Crimson – Larks’ Tongues In Aspic

    The latest in the King Crimson 40th anniversary remixes from Professor Steven Wilson’s laboratory is their 1973 opus Larks’ Tongues In Aspic, which marked the...