All posts tagged "review"

  • I Treni All'Alba – 2011 A.D.

    As I have mentioned in other reviews, 2011 has been a year where I have become very aware ofthe instrumental trend in modern prog. Generally,...

  • Iron Maiden – Fear of the Dark

    Despite having one of the band’s best-known crowd favourites, Iron Maiden’s ‘Fear Of The Dark’ is a somewhat less successful album for the legends, at...

  • Steve Howe – Time

    Guitarist Steve Howe will always be best known for his monumental contribution to the band Yes, but that hasn’t stopped him from continuing his music...

  • The Anabasis – Back From Being Gone

    If progressive rock is about being ambitious, it’s basically a granted fact that bands have to continuously up the ante in order to impress potential...

  • Relocator – Relocator

    Meeting at a crossroads halfway between progressive metal and jazz fusion, it’s virtually taken for granted that Relocator would have to be a technically proficient...

  • Special Providence – Soul Alert

    Although I’m sure there’s a band out there that screws it up somehow, I don’t think I’ve ever heard a band that made the fusion...

  • Various Artists – Tales From the Edge: A Tribute to the Music of Yes

    On a surface level, a tribute album is all about the band being paid the tribute. Even if they themselves may never appear on the...

  • Neal Morse – Momentum

    Mr. Morse is one of the most hyperproductive musicians progressive rock scene has ever seen and that’s a fact. As we know, quantity doesn’t necessarily...

  • Interview With Heaven's Cry

    Heaven’s Cry have had quite a bit of downtime over the past decade, but with a reunion and a bold new album coming later this...

  • Il Bacio della Medusa – Deus Lo Vult

    Almost 7 years after their breakthrough second album, Discesa agli Inferi di Un Giovane Amante, and 10 years after their foundation, Il Bacio della Medusa have...