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Various Artists: Battlegod Productions (2016)

Australian label BATTLEGOD PRODUCTIONS is a label I'm rather unfamiliar with, although they appears to have been around for a quarter of a century by now. This promotional CD was issued back in 2016, and it's function appears to be to mainly represent the bands...

Fomalgaut: Kray Vselennoy (2018)

Uzbekistan band FOMALGAUT was formed back in 2003, and in the years since then I understand they have risen in stature to become one of the more popular rock bands in their home scene and region, following a number of live performances over the years as well as a CV...

Elevation Falls: What Will Be (2018)

Irish band ELEVATION FALLS started out back in 2012, and following a few singles and an initial EP in their formative years they launched their debut album "What Will Be" in the spring of 2018. As is the case with many artists these days, the album was self released....

Cancel: Dark Reveries (2018)

Swiss band CANCEL was formed back in 2011, and since the inception they have two EPs and two full length albums to their name. "Dark Reveries" is the most recent of the latter, and was self-released in the spring of 2018. Cancel describe themselves as a hardcore band,...

Chvad SB: Phenomenalism, Cartesian Doubt and Bomb #20 (2016)

US composer and musician CHVAD SB has been active for around a quarter of a century at this point, perhaps primarily best known as a band member in a number of different set-ups, but he also has a few solo productions to his name. The curiously named "Phenomenalism,...

Bonfire: Temple of Lies (2018)

German band BONFIRE are one of the many veteran bands still having a go in the hard rock and metal circuit. A band with it's roots going back to the early 70's, although the Bonfire name didn't appear until 1986. Apart from a minor break in the 1990's the band have...

Sons of Alpha Centauri: Continuum (2018)

UK band SONS OF ALPHA CENTAURI was formed back in 2001, at the onset a duo consisting of Nick Hannon and Marlon King. They appeared as recording artists in 2007, and while active as recording artists after this as well, this has mainly been in various forms of...

BC 35: The 35 Year Anniversary of BC Studio (2018)

BC 35 isn’t an artist as such. It is a description more than anything else, and is shorthand for BC Studio 35 years. Hence the name of the album, which was released in the spring of 2018. Normally I focus my reviews solely on the music of an album, but this is one of...

Deathflux: Execrated (2018)

UK band DEATHFLUX is a fairly recent formation. They started out at the start of 2016, and released an initial EP just a few weeks after they became an official entity. "Execrated" is their debut album, and was self released in the spring of 2018. What we're dealing...

Hi Speed Life: Fake It (2011)

Australian foursome HI SPEED LIFE has a history that dates back to 2010, and already the following year the band was ready with their debut EP "Fake It". Since then the band have mainly been active on the live scene, although they have dropped a couple of non-album...


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  • Galasphere 347 – “Galasphere 347”
    by Rob on July 18, 2018 at 6:43 pm

    On paper, the self titled debut by Galasphere 347 should be amazing. The band features members of White Willow, Henry Fool, Änglagård, The Tim Bowness band, Weserbandland and Necromonkey. But none of that matters, does it? The question is how … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • The Paradox Twin – The Importance Of Mr Bedlam
    by Rob Fisher on July 18, 2018 at 6:22 pm

    What’s not to like about a good conspiracy theory? The anticipatory whiff of scandal, the pervading sense of menace, the uncovering and bringing in to the light of secretive, hidden knowledge and the trumpeting justification of supposedly outlandish claims; ours has become a world of shadowy (and not necessarily human) figures working in the background, [&am […]

  • Epica vs. Attack on Titan
    by restlessamoeba on July 18, 2018 at 12:00 pm

    So, this is a release that came out last December in Japan but is just now getting a wide release to the rest of the world. Not sure why, given the fairly strong following the show it is based on … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Big Big Train / Beatrix Player
    by Leo Trimming on July 17, 2018 at 6:36 pm

    The Anvil, Basingstoke Wednesday 11th July 2018 Big Big Train have become something of a phenomenon in the last few years, gradually developing a very committed following through a combination of high quality progressive rock music and astute marketing, alongside an intuitive, popular and open social media presence. Now it appears that headlining the prestigious [&am […]

  • Martin Stacey – Terrafied
    by Professor Mark on July 16, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    Martin Stacey is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist who has previously captured the power of progressive heavy metal, and this album is no exception. In fact, Martin describes Terrafied as being more experimental and progressive in sound than its predecessor, Bliss in Undertow (cool title, huh?), the album with which I discovered Martin’s music when I [&am […]

  • Matt Baber – “Suite For Piano And Electronics”
    by madvinyl on July 16, 2018 at 10:30 am

    It’s another Sue Review of an instrumental album, with yet another approach, this one being one of classical sort, with a touch of modern minimalism. But it is not a stuffy affair by any means. Many of the keyboard players … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Between the Buried and Me – “Automata”
    by Rob on July 13, 2018 at 3:55 pm

    I wrote a review for “Automata I” when it was released so I won’t go into any of the details of the songs from that review. With the release of “Automata II,” we now have the full album as it … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Obscura – “Diluvium”
    by Rob on July 13, 2018 at 3:28 pm

    There are certain bands that I know I can count on to deliver a quality album every time out. Obscura is one of those bands. Over the years, they have gotten better at what they do and it’s been a … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Night of the Prog XIII, Loreley, Germany – “As it Happens” Photo Blog
    by Dave Baird on July 13, 2018 at 2:33 pm

    Loreley Amphitheatre, St. Goarshausen, Germany 13th to 15th July 2018 So here we are once again, Lovely Loreley…. Unfortunately, due to traffic, we missed the opening band – Deafening Opera – but made it to hear the final few songs of Polish proggers, Retrospective. Now’s a chance to grab some refreshments before Antimatter hit the [&am […]

  • Jon Hassell – Listening To Pictures (Pentimento Volume 1)
    by Roger Trenwith on July 12, 2018 at 5:30 pm

    Some say Jon Hassell is the true inheritor of Miles Davis’ sonic explorer’s muse, and listening to his solo catalogue, it is hard to disagree. The octogenarian musician and composer, nominally a jazz trumpeter but so much more, has forged his own instantly recognisable path over the years, melding elegiac trumpet playing and electronic exotica [&am […]

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