All posts tagged "Album Review"

  • Ligro – Dictionary 2

    In Bahasa Indonesia, the language spoken in the vast south-east Asian archipelago, orgil means “crazy people”, and its backward spelling. Ligro, has been chosen as a...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Lisa LaRue 2KX – Fast and Blue

    If someone had first told me about the work of Lisa LaRue and her place as a ‘virtuoso prog keyboardist’, I would have likely not...

  • Arjen Anthony Lucassen – Lost in the New Real

    Although he is surely best known for his epic prog operas under the penname Ayreon, Arjen Lucassen is a man of many, many, many projects....

  • Gazpacho – Night

    The excuse I have for reviewing this 5-year old album now is that it has just been reissued by kscope with slightly tinkered sound and...

  • Magnum – On The 13th Day

    Magnum’s previous album, “The Visitation” had a special significance for me last year- it was the first album of 2011 I listened to. Considering that...

  • Vektor – Outer Isolation

    Vektor are one of those bands that have been inspiring excitement since they first began releasing music. With vicious musicianship, complex composition and a futuristic...

  • Kettlespider – Avadante

    On a surface level, Kettlespider plays a sort of music that’s all-too familiar to my ears. It’s a style of progressive rock that flirts with...

  • Ian Gordon – The Box

    Although directing most of his muse towards his band Drama, songwriter and musician Ian Gordon has found it suitable to pursue a solo career. Compiling...