All posts tagged "review"

  • 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...

  • Arch / Matheos – Sympathetic Resonance

    Rewind back a pair of decades, back to the time around the release of US progressive metal act Fate’s Warning’s third album, ‘Awaken The Guardian’....

  • Unsoul – Magnetic Mountain

    Nearly a decade after releasing their first album, Unsoul returned in 2008 with a surprising second album. ‘Magnetic Mountain’ is an avant-garde metal album in...

  • Knight Area – Nine Paths

    Despite ‘Nine Paths’ being their fourth studio release to date, I have never heard of Knight Area before, and this album has proved to be...

  • Theocracy – As The World Bleeds

    As a genre that is quite well-known for its vehemently anti-christian stance, it takes some balls to boldly stride into metal and preach the word...

  • Pirate – Left of Mind

    Although there was a fairly distinct sound for ‘progressive rock’ back in the ’70s, the genre has become so heterogeneous that it becomes difficult to...

  • Druckfarben – Druckfarben

    Following in the footsteps of some classic progressive acts that have emerged from the city in earlier years, Druckfarben is a Canadian band based out...

  • Kayo Dot – Gamma Knife

    Since the days with maudlin of the Well over a decade ago, Toby Driver has been a consistent force in delivering some of the most...

  • Myrath – Desert Call

    Barring Antarctica and the Lovecraftian horrors that live there, Africa is the least prolific continent when in comes to heavy metal and progressive music. To...

  • Affector – Harmagedon

    Sure, like so many of their contemporaries, these progsters are following in the footsteps of Dream Theater, but does this truly do a disservice to...