All posts tagged "review"

  • Devin Townsend Project – Ghost

    Finally, a two year saga has been wrapped up for this Canadian musical mastermind. Starting in 2009, former Strapping Young Lad frontman and acclaimed solo...

  • Grayceon – All We Destroy

    A band largely defined by their running vocal harmonies and heavy use of cello in their sludge metal sound, Grayceon have certainly turned heads with...

  • Fromuz – Quartus Artifactus

    A quick glance at the tracklist of this album from any Fromuz fan will reveal that this is not a “new album”. Quartus Artifactus, or...

  • Accordo Dei Contrari – Kublai

    It’s a shame Accordo Dei Contrari won’t make it to NEARFest this year, but it’s a shame a lot of good bands won’t make it...

  • Nemo – R€volu$ion

    Nemo is one of the most original “pure prog” bands in recent years. They, along with Beardfish, The Tangent, and a handful of others, are...

  • Roadsaw – Roadsaw

    Sometimes a band needs over twenty years to release a superb, groundshaking album and that is what happened with the latest achievement of the Boston...

  • Jessica Pavone – Army of Strangers

    I have to admit that I didn’t familiarize myself enough with the first Porter Records release I’ve reviewed (Zenlo’s Skelethal Antics), but when I received...

  • Relocator – Relocator

    Based in Nuremberg (Germany), Relocator was first formed in 2004 by guitarist Stefan Artwin and bassist Michael Pruchnicki (now Schetter), but never managed to keep...

  • Zenlo – Skelethal Antics

    Ambient minimalism – that’s what I get from Napo Camassa, aka Zenlo‘s 2009 release called Skelethal Antics, released on Porter Records. But inside that same...

  • The Re-Stoned – Analog

    Not so long ago I put up a review of the first album of this Moscow based band, released in 2010 on RAIG Records. Analog...