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Halcyon Way: Bloody But Unbowed (2018)

US band HALCYON WAY have been around in one form or another ever since 2001, although I'm afraid that I have to confess that I haven't come across them until now in 2018. They are now ready with their fifth album "Bloody But Unbowed", which has been released through...

Various Artists: Edgar Allan Poe – The Raven (2016)

US label Cadabra Records have specialized in releasing Gothic and horror stories on vinyl for a couple of years by now, usually dramatized by way of a spoken words and instruments. On of their earlier productions were their take on Edgar Allan Poe's classic poem "The...

Electric Bird Noise: Nighttime Tides (2016)

US band ELECTRIC BIRD NOISE have a history that goes back a couple of decades, and can generally be described as an experimental band, creating everything from noise-tinged, almost abrasive psychedelic landscapes to ambient floating excursions as well as harder edged,...

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...


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  • Soft Machine – Hidden Details
    by Roger Trenwith on August 16, 2018 at 5:45 pm

    I always found Hugh Hopper and Mike Ratledge somewhat musically abrasive at times, although undoubtedly brilliant. I know, it’s probably some sort of sacrilege saying that and I can expect hanging at dawn from the rabid Softs fraternity no doubt. It’s only a subjective opinion… calm down, calm down! The Soft Machine eras raise almost [&am […]

  • 3.2 – “The Rules Have Changed”
    by Rob on August 14, 2018 at 8:00 pm

    Before you read this review, stop right here and go read my interview with Robert Berry first. You need proper context before you go any further. I’ll wait here. CLICK HERE: https://progressivemusicplanet.wordpress.com/2018/07/04/interview-with-robert-berry-about-3-3-2-and-his-dear-friend-keith-emerson/ Go read it… OK, did you finish? I’ll … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • The Eternal – “Waiting for the Endless Dawn”
    by Rob on August 14, 2018 at 7:26 pm

    “Waiting for the Endless Dawn” is the sixth album by The Eternal and the first one that I’ve heard by the Aussies. They play a heavily prog influenced brand of doom metal. I’d compare them with bands like Katatonia, While … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Royal Hunt – “Cast in Stone”
    by Rob on August 13, 2018 at 9:24 pm

    Denmark’s Royal Hunt have been around quite a few years now. So have I for that matter. I first found them back when Magna Carta Records signed them and released “Paradox.” The label then reissued the previous album “Moving Target.” … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Shibui – Shibui
    by Phil Lively on August 13, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    This is why I go interwebbing: I inhabit several Worlds. In one, which I shall call Reality 1.0, I am a Stick Player. Through that FaceTube I know a Boston-based Stickist called Josh Goldberg. Occasionally Josh sends me the heads-up on new music. I also like to watch Family Guy and I’ve visited Boston… albeit [&am […]

  • Winter’s End announce headliners & line-up
    by Bob Mulvey on August 13, 2018 at 2:33 pm

    Nineteen73 Artist Promotion reveal the complete line-up for the Friday – Sunday of the Winter’s End Festival 2019: The festival will once again take place at Chepstow’s Drill Hall between 5th & 7th April 2019. There will also be a stand-alone Thursday night event, on 4th April – headline act to be announced shortly. LINE-UP [&am […]

  • Semantic Saturation – Paradigms
    by restlessamoeba on August 12, 2018 at 6:27 pm

    I’m new to Semantic Saturation so I dove into this one without knowing anything about them. Figured I would give it a full, fresh, blind listen. And I enjoy what I hear. . The band is made up of creator … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • After The Flood – After The Flood
    by Bob Mulvey on August 11, 2018 at 6:25 pm

    After The Flood, part two of a trilogy of albums which began earlier this year, explores the rebuilding of new and positive planet Earth, subsequent to the near extinction of mankind following a cataclysmic disaster, whether that be natural, or by the design of man. Part one, The Outsider ~ News From Nowhere, based on [&am […]

  • Happy Rhodes – Ectotrophia
    by Zachary Nathanson on August 10, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    When I listened to Security Project’s 2017 live release, Contact, I was introduced to the amazing singer Happy Rhodes, who had taken over from Brian Cummins. Security Project were launched back in 2012 to recreate material from Peter Gabriel’s first four solo albums following his departure from Genesis, shortly after they had finished their 1975 [&am […]

  • Phideaux – Infernal
    by Professor Mark on August 9, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    Phideaux Xavier has been a creative leader in the progressive rock genre since the early part of this century. He deserves credit for producing some of the most innovative music of his generation and Infernal should be the album that solidifies his star in the constellation of progressive rock geniuses who have made this genre [&am […]

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