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Eluveitie: Slania [10 Years] (2018)

Formed in 2002, Eluveitie ((/ɛlˈveɪti/ el-VAY-ti)) is a Celtic folk metal band from Switzerland, who use both Swiss and Celtic instruments alongside electric guitars and drums, while their songs are performed in a mix of languages which add to the timelessness of...

Fornace: Deep Melancholic Wrath (2018)

Fornace were formed by bassist Possessed and drummer/vocalist Gnoll back in 2000, inspired by Rotting Christ and Varathron. Three demo tapes were released over the next eight years – ‘Highest Towers’ in 2002, ‘The Man Who Wanted To Change The World’ in 2004 and ‘The...

Ghost Tower: Head of Night (2012)

Time for a history lesson. Ghost Tower were formed in Bellevue, Nebraska in 2007, releasing a demo tape the following year and their debut album ‘Curse Of The Black Blood’ in 2010, following up two years later with ‘Head of Night’. This has apparently reached cult...

The Jack Mouse Group: Intimate Adversary (2018)

Some albums feature musicians so in tune with each other and what everyone is doing that it isn’t possible to slip a sheet of paper between them, as they are just so tight, and that is exactly the case here. Jack Mouse sits at the back and drives his quintet through...

Jason Kao Hwang: Blood (2018​)

I listen to many types of music which could be said to be challenging, and at the very edges of what would normally be defined as music, but even I must confess that this album is incredibly hard work. Led by violinist Jason Kao Hwang, his octet Burning Bridge work...

Jorge Nila: Tenor Time (2018)

The subtitle of this album is ‘Tribute to the Tenor Masters’, and it is exactly what it says on the tin as Jorge Nila and his band take on tunes which originally featured the likes of Sonny Rollins, John Coltrane, Harold Vicki and others. For the band he looked to...

Kraanium: Slamchosis (2018)

Any album which starts with Cameron Britton (as Edmund Temper in the superb series ‘Mindhunter’) saying “it’s not easy butchering people, it’s hard work”, just has to be interesting and that is certainly the case here. That isn’t the only lift from that series, as...

Mass Infection: Shadows Became Flesh (2018)

It looks as if Comatose Music are building themselves a reputation for delivering some of the best death metal around, as Greek act Mass Infection are back with their fourth studio album, four years on from ‘For I Am Genocide” and arguably it is their best yet. Giulio...

Red Dragon Cartel: Patina (2018)

In 2014 Jake E. Lee announced his return to the music scene with a brand-new band. Although the tour didn’t exactly go as expected, with their debut live concert at West Hollywood's Whisky A Go Go being widely criticized due to Darren James Smith’s (Harem Scarem) poor...

Chrome Division: One Last Ride (2018)

The problem with a side project is that reviewers are duty bound to mention the other bands, even if the side project has been in existence for quite some time and is a valid entity in its own right. Well, I don’t want to break any rules, so for those who don’t know,...

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Playing the best in class Progressive Rock and its Sub-Genres, also the introduction of New Progressive Rock and its Sub-Genres Kick of your weekend with some great music. Grab a comfy seat, your favorite beverage[...]
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