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Monuments: The Amanuensis (2014)

This 2014 album was the second full release from the British metalcore act, following on from 2012’s ‘Gnosis’, and in the intervening time they had parted ways with singer Matt Rose who was replaced by Chris Barretto (ex-Periphery). A new singer can create a total...

Monuments : Phronesis (2018)

It took four years from ‘The Amanensis’ for Monuments to return with their third full-length album, by which time they had not only lost the services of long-term drummer Mike Malyan, but also his replacement Anup Sastry, who on this album has put up an impressive...

Necronomicon: Unleashed Bastards (2018)

To say this band has been through the wringer over the years is something of an understatement, but more than 30 years on from the debut album they are still going, and now they return with their ninth studio album. Okay, so only singer/guitarist has been there since...

NeverWake: Incinerate (2016)

Released in 2016, this six-song EP is not really the style of music I associate with MRR, but the more I played it the more I realised why Nick Katona had signed the band as although metalcore is the order of the day, these guys are way more polished than I would...

Our Mirage: Lifeline (2018)

According to the record company this quartet are post-hardcore, while to me they come across as metalcore, which shows just how useless some of these labels are! What is not in doubt is that this is a band who are following in the steps of bands like Atreyu, bringing...

Petri Lindström Project: Hail To Sabbath (2016)

Petri Lindström is the founder, bassist and creative force behind Progeland, whose debut release ‘Gate to Fulfilled Fantasies’ was released in 2014 to critical acclaim. He was also a member of Corvus Stone, and American prog metal band Voice of The Enslaved. This...

Rachel Caswell: We’re All in the Dance (2018)

As soon as this album starts, with a delicate and moving rendition of Sting’s “Fragile” (from his 1987 album ‘…Nothing Like The Sun’), one knows that this is going to be something quiet special indeed. Rachel is a classic jazz singer, with a voice that is velvet and...

Rebecca Angel: What We Had (2018)

This the debut release from 22 year-old singer Rebecca Angel, who here collaborates with Grammy-winning Jason Miles, who has produced recordings of celebrity artists including Miles Davis, Grover Washington Jr., Luther Vandross, etc. Here he produced and arranged the...

Samuel Martinelli: Crossing Paths (2018)

Samuel is a Brazilian-born drummer currently based in New York, and here he is taking the Latin styles of his homeland and mixing and melding them with jazz in a way that is both inventive and inviting. There is a lightness and deftness of touch in his playing, and...

Send Request: Perspectives (2018)

I’ve played this album a few times now, and although I have tried really hard to get one name out of my head and expand upon it, I have failed. So, if you like Blink 182 then you’ll really enjoy this one. Yes, there are bits and pieces that sound more like the mighty...


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  • Richard Macphail – My Book Of Genesis
    by Roger Trenwith on November 16, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    I remember, long, long ago, being curious as to the purpose of the happy looking chap in the top hat on the inside cover of Foxtrot, the very first Genesis album I bought, probably around 1974 or ’75. Named Richard Macphail, he is credited with “Equipment & stage sound (sound friend)”. At the time, I [&am […]

  • Tom Slatter – Spirit Box EP
    by Tony Colvill on November 15, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    Tom Slatter is akin to premium dark Belgium chocolate; deliciously dark and bittersweet. This latest release from the Urban Folk Steampunk songwriter is just that. Via some cracking tunes with slightly unhinged lyrics, Tom continues to develop, becoming more musically rounded whilst holding on to those elements not usually found in a popular song. If [&am […]

  • King Crimson
    by Roger Trenwith on November 14, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    Symphony Hall, Birmingham Tuesday, 6th November 2018 This will only be a short piece, as my esteemed colleague Jez Rowden has already said all there is to say on the emotional and musical impact of this revered combo in his review of the Cardiff gig. In The Court Of The Crimson King is 50 years [&am […]

  • The Tangent – Proxy
    by Kevan Furbank on November 13, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    The Tangent tick all the boxes for me. Eclectic, melodic progressive rock with a generous injection of jazz? Check. Lyrics that really mean something, sometimes personal, sometimes political, but with the edges smoothed off by irony and self-effacing humour? Check. Affectionate nod to the Canterbury sound? Check. Superb musicianship with the ability to play a [&am […]

  • Rob’s Recommendation Roundup: Volume 6
    by Rob on November 13, 2018 at 4:34 pm

    I cannot understand if “Manifesto of an Alchemist” is a Roine Stolt solo album or just a strange variation of The Flower Kings. It is credited to Roine Stolt’s The Flower King. I know this shouldn’t drive me nuts but … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Eynomia – Break Free
    by Professor Mark on November 12, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    I found Eynomia after completing a review of keyboardist Jimmy Pitts’ other project, The Fractured Dimension. Cleansing opens with beautiful, Dream Theater-like keyboards, reminscent of Images and Words, and even some of Pendragon’s albums like Masquerade Overture. Then, heavy electric guitars, bass and drums take over the stage and build momentum. Phyllis Rutter’s first vocals, [&am […]

  • Morgan and the Mountain – Pieces of Cadence
    by Andrew Halley on November 11, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    Singer/songwriter Morgan Thomas treats our imagination to a peregrination through jungles, deserts, and mountains in this rather lovely instrumental album entitled Pieces of Cadence. Using well played acoustic, a Howe-esque clean electric, and some subtle drumming with percussion, the music literally weaves in and out of the locations it depicts. The Horse With No Name [&am […]

  • Leah – “The Quest”
    by restlessamoeba on November 11, 2018 at 3:47 pm

    It’s been a while since I have listened to a Leah album. Loved her earlier work and got pretty excited when King’s and Queens came out. Especially after I saw how long it was (I like longer songs). And while … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Saul Blease – The Great War
    by Phil Lively on November 10, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    Saul Blease announced this project a while ago now, as documented in m’colleague Jez Rowden’s review of his 2015 album, Daybreak. Since Daybreak, Saul seems to have morphed into a completely new musician! His obviously piano based songs have now developed into songs where his writing methodology should no longer be of any real interest, [&am […]

  • Twelfth Night – Sequences
    by Leo Trimming on November 9, 2018 at 7:00 pm

    As we approach the Centenary of the end of the appalling carnage of the First World War it seems entirely fitting that Twelfth Night are marking the event with the release of a special studio album recording of their epic Sequences, based on the experiences of a young soldier in that far from ‘Great War’. [&am […]

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