All posts tagged "review"

  • Yes – Going For the One

    Although Yes’ ‘Going For The One’ is seen as a return to simpler songs after their three most ambitious and complex works, I will say...

  • Deathspell Omega – Veritas Diaboli Manet In Aeternum: Chaining the Katechon

    Deathspell Omega is a band that has had the same effect on me that only a few others like , Opeth, Blotted Science and Voivod...

  • Lazuli – (4603 Battements)

    Last year, France seemed to be a hotbed of prog rock output. With French band Nemo sparking my interest with their latest album ‘Revolucion’, it...

  • Green Carnation – The Quiet Offspring

    Green Carnation was a project first incarnated by its members in order to explore sounds other than black metal, so it should not come as...

  • MUSE: "Follow Me" Lyric Video

    Muse have released a lyric video for their track Follow Me. View it below. The band surprised many fans with their latest album The 2nd...

  • Netherland Dwarf – Moi Moi

    Released by the well-regarded modern prog label Musea, Netherland Dwarf is a one-man act from Tokyo, and that’s about all the information we’re given about...

  • Oceans of Night – Domain

    The second album by Scotts Mosher and Oliva represents a distinct shift towards the artsier side of metal. With ‘The Shadowheart Mirror’, Oceans Of Night...

  • Ligro – Dictionary 2

    In Bahasa Indonesia, the language spoken in the vast south-east Asian archipelago, orgil means “crazy people”, and its backward spelling. Ligro, has been chosen as a...

  • Wintersun – Time I

    Unless the time comes where post-apocalyptic music scholars are reading this and all other mention of the arduous wait associated with Wintersun’s second album has...

  • Gorguts – Obscura

    Widely considered to be one of the most enduring examples of experimental metal, ‘Obscura’ is an album that has already sparked plenty of discussion long...