All posts tagged "review"

  • The Minstrel's Ghost – The Road to Avalon

    There really seems to be something about the legends of King Arthur and his round table that works with the prog rock mentality. Whether its...

  • Panopticon – Kentucky

    For the better part of the year, I’ve been searching for albums that could potentially strike me in an emotional, heartfelt way. I’ve come across...

  • Necromonkey – Necroplex

    Necromonkey was born from the meeting of two artists whom a thousand-odd US progressive rock fans had the pleasure of seeing on stage in the...

  • Aeon Zen – Engima

    In 2009, a band called Aeon Zen came out with “A Mind’s Portrait”, an album that, while rooted in what detractors may call ‘Dream Theater...

  • Fen – Dustwalker

    Around this time two years ago, Fen offered its second record to date, “Epoch”. Adorned with an inconspicuous blue cover and coming from a band...

  • "Thick As A Brick" Back To Royal Albert Hall

    Ian Anderson will bring his Thick As A Brick live show to London for a one-off performance at the Royal Albert Hall on June 30....

  • Pseudo/Sentai – Nature's Imagination (Chapter 2)

    Although it may not have been optimal to be introduced to this band through a sequel-record (and an EP no less), the second instalment of...

  • X-TG – Desertshore/Final Report

    This final statement from most of the remaining members of Throbbing Gristle (the “TG” of X-TG) is a tribute to founder member Peter “Sleazy” Christopherson...

  • Yowie – Damning With Faint Praise

    Yowie achieved a measure of underground notoriety with “Cryptooology”, an album that turned rock conventions on their side, having more in common with the aesthetic...

  • Herd of Instinct – Conjure

    In the late spring of 2011, the self-titled debut album by Herd of Instinct  – a hitherto unknown outfit named after the only album by Talk...