All posts tagged "progressive rock"

  • Steve Hackett – Live Rails

    As a general rule, I don’t care much for live albums, even if they are by artists I really care about. More often than not,...

  • Memories of Machines – Warm Winter

    In which Tim Bowness of No Man fame and Giancarlo Erra from Italy’s Nosound get together to blend the former’s breathy dreamy vocals to the...

  • No Man’s Land – The Drowning Desert

    The best thing about being asked to review releases for other sites is being sent albums by bands from all corners of the globe which...

  • Jeff Green

    Jeff Green, whose album Jessica is reviewed here kindly gave his time to this interview….why not play these demo versions of songs from the album currently...

  • Accordo Dei Contrari – Kublai

    It’s a shame Accordo Dei Contrari won’t make it to NEARFest this year, but it’s a shame a lot of good bands won’t make it...

  • Nemo – R€volu$ion

    Nemo is one of the most original “pure prog” bands in recent years. They, along with Beardfish, The Tangent, and a handful of others, are...

  • Nuova Era – Nuova Era

    Nuova Era is definitely my favorite band from so-called second wave of Italian symphonic rock scene. Compared with other formations included in this category, they...

  • Uriah Heep – Into The Wild

    Uriah Heep comes back with another studio album after extremely enjoyable “Wake The Sleeper”. While “Into The Wild” isn’t as great as I wished it...

  • Scheherazade – All for One

    “Scheherazade” is a Japanese heavy/symphonic prog band which started its career in 1977, but soon after they replaced drummer & bassist and changed name to...

  • Unbeltipo – Uncle Bunny Tongue

    As a matter of fact, UNBELTIPO had taken off as one of the projects by a guitarist Tsuneo IMAHORI (ex-Tipographica) in 1999. In their early...