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Gary Miller: DLI EP (2019)

Since first coming across Cadabra Records and their releases a few years ago, I have continually been intrigued and drawn to their albums. Here we see them visit H.P Lovecraft again, but this time it is not to visit a short story but instead eight sonnets from the...

Fabio Frizzi: I Notturni Di Yuggoth (2019)

Since first coming across Cadabra Records and their releases a few years ago, I have continually been intrigued and drawn to their albums. Here we see them visit H.P Lovecraft again, but this time it is not to visit a short story but instead eight sonnets from the...

The Hidden Flame: Cloud Tunes (2019)

This five-track EP is the first release by The Hidden Flame, The Hidden Flame a collaboration between singer Marianne Holland and multi-instrumentalist Martin Eve (4th Eden). There are a few additional guests with NIck Brent providing guitars on two tracks, and Dave...

Hour of Penance: Misotheism (2019)

This Italian band may have no original members left, but guitarist Giulio Moschini has been there since before their second album, 2005’s ‘Pageantry For Martyrs’, and everyone on this their eighth album all played on 2017’s ‘Cast The First Stone’ as well. Apparently...

Karyn Crisis’ Gospel of the Witches: Covenant (2019)

Karyn Crisis first made her name as the frontwoman for Crisis, who frequently played at CBGB’s as well as undertaking numerous tours and releasing albums. They were also a breeding ground for other bands, with members of Crisis later showing up in  Shadows Fall,...

KXM: Circle of Dolls (2019)

KXM is comprised of dUg Pinnick of King’s X on vocals/bass, George Lynch of Lynch Mob/Dokken on guitars while Korn’s drum maestro, Ray Luzier, rounds out the powerhouse trio. The band takes its name from the combination of the member’s other projects: K from Korn, X...

Lacuna Coil: Black Anima (2019)

Lacuna Coil are back with their ninth studio album and I for one am very pleased indeed. There has been another change in line-up, in that drummer Ryan Folden has departed after four years in the seat to be replaced by Richard Meiz (Genus Ordinis Dei). His role, along...

Lee Aaron: Power, Soul, Rock N’ Roll – Live in Germany (2019)

It is strange to realise that this is the first official live album from Lee Aaron, given that she has been fairly constant on the live circuit and released the anthem ‘Metal Queen’ back in 1984! During her 2017 German tour the concerts at Balingen and Nuremberg were...

Lyn Stanley: London With A Twist – Live At Bernie’s (2019)

This is the latest in a series of recordings by Lyn Stanley focussing on the songs made famous by Julie London, along with two songs she feels Julie would have recorded if she had been around. A lot of play is being made of that fact that this is a direct to disc...

Matthew Snow: Iridescence (2019)

If someone had played me this album and asked me to pick out the band leader, I am pretty sure I would not have said it was the bassist, but here we have eight original songs by Matthew Snow on this his debut release. He is accompanied by David Gibson (trombone), Clay...


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    by Nick Hudson on April 6, 2020 at 6:00 pm

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  • The Bardic Depths – The Bardic Depths
    by Nick Hudson on April 3, 2020 at 6:00 pm

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  • Rob’s Recommendation Roundup: Volume 18
    by Rob on April 3, 2020 at 1:34 pm

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  • TPA News – April 2020
    by Rob Fisher on April 1, 2020 at 4:15 pm

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    Here at TPA we have a decent, but not quite incestuous relationship with Bad Elephant Music, who send us their releases, a good proportion of which we have reviewed over the years. A fine label who promote independent music in all its many forms, with an obvious leaning towards the vaguely progressive. Nowt wrong with [&hellip

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    by Jez Rowden on March 31, 2020 at 6:00 pm

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