All posts tagged "review"

  • Polkadot Cadaver – Sex Offender

    Best known as the project that rose from the ashes of the well-known and influential avant-garde metal band Dog Fashion Disco, Polkadot Cadaver came onto...

  • Pendragon – Passion

    One of the front runners of the Neo-Prog movement (together with Marillion, Pallas and IQ) who in the mid-Eighties brought the genre back into the...

  • Aube – Variable Ambit

    Be it some sort of oddly morbid fascination, but on top of striving to find the best music out there, I also find myself attracted...

  • Mindflow – With Bare Hands

    Mindflow is a slick melodic metal band from Brazil that first caught my ear with ‘Mind Over Body’. Sounding close in sound to the band...

  • The Dear Hunter – The Color Spectrum

    While fans of The Dear Hunter have been waiting in anticipation for the prospective ‘Act IV’, Casey Crescenzo and the band sent something a little...

  • Disconnect – Indivision

    Disconnect is a two man partnership, dedicated to making a brand of conceptually-oriented melodic prog rock. This is their third album, although it is my...

  • Karmakanic – In a Perfect World

    Even if I tend to be familiar with most of the names circulating around the progressive rock scene, there are quite a few bands or...

  • Transatlantic – The Whirlwind

    Since the 1980s, much of the so-called progressive rock mainstream has become something of a contradiction. While the meaning of the word ‘progressive’ inherently means...

  • Black Mountain – Wilderness Heart

    The third album from Black Mountain shows the band developing their sound even further. Best described as their ‘maturation’ record, ‘Wilderness Heart’ shows Black Mountain...

  • Dream Theater – On the Backs of Angels

    It’s finally happening. Earlier today, Roadrunner Records released the first single for the upcoming Dream Theater album, entitled ‘A Dramatic Turn Of Events’. With Mike...