All posts tagged "review"

  • Ephemeral Sun – Harvest Aorta

    Instrumental four-piece Ephemeral Sun, who are celebrating their tenth anniversary this year, are based in Northern Virginia, in the Washington DC metropolitan area. Formed after...

  • Fates Warning – No Exit

    Save for the twenty one minute long ‘Ivory Gate of Dreams,’ there isn’t too much of a progressive theme to be found on this album....

  • Iron Maiden – Flight 666: The Film

    Iron Maiden is a band that any competent metalhead can at least respect for their influence and grip on the genre. After being on the...

  • Echolyn – Echolyn

    Call it ‘symphonic prog’ or whatever you want, but the classic style of progressive rock is alive and well. There was once a point where...

  • Senogul – III

    Spanish proggers Senogul come to me at a point in my musical life when I have largely tired of modern prog music. Although the musical...

  • S91 – Volont√† Legata

    Progressive metal has been running strong ever since a band called Dream Theater released an album called ‘Images & Words’; some might even argue that...

  • Calomito – Cane Di Schiena

    Ever since I first started listening to this band by Italian instrumental act Calomito, I frnkly have not been able to get enough of it....

  • SH.TG.N – SH.TG.N

    MoonJune Records are a label who love to take risks with hitherto little-known bands from all corners of the globe. A linking theme seems to...

  • Jimi Hendrix – Valleys Of Neptune

    When Jimi Hendrix was alive, he released three studio albums. Post-humously, another ten popped out. Most of these haven’t been much more than shameless cash-ins...

  • Yes – In The Present – Live From Lyon

    Without a doubt one of the best known and loved classic prog rock bands, Yes have a legacy and influence in music that few could...