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This Silent Divide: Outside (2023) single

Shaun Jones (vocals, guitar), Kieran Williams (lead guitar, backing vocals), Jonatan Jaworski (Bass) and Sunil Jolly (drums) are back with their third single of the year and a very nice romp it is too. They have managed to combine thumping drums, over the top...

Cosmic Gospel –Cosmic Songs for Reptiles in Love (2023)

Italy Bloody Sound Label CD and Bandcamp Digital 32mins Rating 85/00 https://thecosmicgospel.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/thecosmicgospel The brains behind this gorgeously melodic and profoundly psychedelic-drenched project is singer and...

Ruby Dawn-Beyond Tomorrow (2023)

UK Rock with Progressive Rock Intent CD or Digital Download from Bandcamp https://rubydawnband.bandcamp.com/album/beyond-tomorrow www.rubydawn.co.uk Rating 85/100 Historically known for being a town famous for the production and manufacture of church bells, the market...

Mourning Knight –A World of Dreams (2023)

2023 USA  56mins Facebook Rating 90/100 Mourning Knight were formed back in the 1990s in Westchester County, NY, It is a band that benefits from being fronted by two extremely talented musicians in the shape of Norm Dodge: electric & bass guitars and Jason Brower:...

Imperial April: Imperial April (2023)

Last year I was pleased to discover Christchurch-based band Volts, who not only have a female lead singer but a very strong backing singer in bassist Victoria Knopps whose husband Andy is also one of the guitarists. They are a band who are making serious waves in the...

Noshir Mody: A Love Song (2023)

A self-taught guitarist who was born and raised in Bombay, India, Mody moved to America at the age of 22 and immersed himself in the jazz scene. The last album of his I heard was 2020’s ‘An Idealist’s Handbook. Identity, Love and Hope in America’, and now we see him...

Rebaelliun : Under The Sign Of Rebellion (2023)

Brazilian death metal outfit Rebaelliun released two albums before breaking up in 2002, then reforming in 2015 and soon afterwards releasing their third with exactly the same line-up that played on the second, 14 years earlier. Since then, Ronald Lima left and fellow...

Stray Dogs: Stay Loyal (2023)

For some years, one of the most popular gigging bands in Auckland were Fire For Glory, but having been through some line-up changes they decided to have a reset. I saw them play as FFG, but the next time I saw the same four guys they were Stray Dogs and having signed...

Vicious Blade / Blasted Heath / The Gauntlet / Bastard Cröss: Faster Than the Devil 2 (2023)

I have always enjoyed albums where it is possible to discover unknown bands. The first I purchased was ‘Private Pleasures’ in 1978 which introduced me to then unknown band such as Dire Straits, City Boy, Graham Parker, Bethnal, British Lions and others. I was also the...

Alice Cooper: Road (2023)

Coming across Alice in the Seventies was nothing short of a revelation, and like many of my generation we had all his early albums while his first live release, 1977’s ‘The Alice Cooper Show’, is undoubtedly one of the finest concert albums ever released. ‘Road’ is...

AURORA LUNARE (ITALY) Terzo Luogo

The second album comes a decade later, after the well received and critically acclaimed self titled debut from the Livorno band, proving that patience is definitely a virtue, especially when the end result is so satisfying. They did however put out a covers tribute of...

SHADOWS ON MERCURY (UK) Worlds Apart

Things constantly change in our mad, mad world, often pulled apart by a wide variety of human attributes of the lesser kind, namely jealousy, conflicting egos, falsehoods, mood swings (natural or externally ingested), and of course, the grand daddy of them all...

LOGOS (ITALY) Bokeh

In 2014, I took a chance on a Verona based band Logos and their majestic “L’Enigma della Vita” release, presumably because the title (The Enigma of Life) has always been a source of personal inspiration. The fact that the cover was extremely appealing also contributed...

ELLESMERE (ITALY) Stranger Skies

Bassist extraordinaire and multi-instrumentalist Roberto Vitelli has a celebrated career, having played with the likes of The Roman Pro(g)ject, Taproban, The Samurai of Prog and B-Rain as well as fronting the seductive and critically acclaimed Ellesmere project of...

OVERWORLD DREAMS (USA) Geography

Before anything, deep appreciation to Gabriel of French prog review site Prog Critique for his wonderful review of this new album, that steered me into purchasing it. As per norm, he was spot on in his analysis.  Geography was and still is my favourite subject, which...

A SECRET RIVER (SWEDEN) Mirror Universe

Ten years ago, I had the pleasure of discovering a new band from Sweden called A Secret River with an album entitled Colours of Solitude. Deeply melodic and highly attractive prog music, firmly led by a strong bass guitar presence, superb drumming as well as judicious...

RED ZONE PLANET (ITALY) Asteria

Another band that incorporates a mixture of spacy electronic pop with progressive flashes that can inject a great amount of fun into the often-overbearing complexity of listening to endless epic tracks loaded with eccentric chops, mutinous transitions and dizzying...

PALLAS (UK) The Messenger

In the seemingly revolving door of original neo-prog bands, namely Marillion, IQ, Pendragon, and Pallas (you can throw in Arena as a later add-on), releasing great albums and reclaiming some illusory throne, the competition is quite stiff as each tries to secure its...

MONARCH TRAIL (CANADA) Four Sides

Canadian artist Ken Baird has sent another new prog butterfly into our progressive path, an always most appreciated gift for fans of melodic excursions that are forging forever forward, carrying all the classic tendencies that has crowned so many legendary albums. He...

JOHN LÖNNMYR (SWEDEN) Aftonland

This hyper talented Swedish keyboardist from Gothenburg made his name with my collection when I stumbled on his early career with a marvellous but short-lived group called Valinor’s Tree, who had released two real cool albums, 1998’s “Kingdom of Sadness” and a final...

LIFE IN DIGITAL (UK) Signs to the Far Side

Relentless research has landed me this unexpected jewel, totally left field pleasure in that I knew of John Beagley (I have a few of his albums) but this collaboration with singer Robin Schell just blew what little is left of my mind. I felt compelled to write about...

THIS WINTER MACHINE (UK) The Clockwork Man

Back in 2017, a snowblower cleared off the dense white powder from the Neo-Prog highway and introduced a modern twist to the genre with a clever debut album “The Man Who Never Was”, fronted by a talented lead vocalist in Al Winter. Incorporating all the traditional...

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