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Hawkwind –RCA Years 3CD Box Set

UK, Cherry Red Records 3CD Box Set 2016. 120min www.hawkwind.com https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=hawkwind My Score 80/100 There have been quite a few re-releases put out by Cherry Red Records which span the recorded output of Hawkwind and it’s spin-off...

Rain – ‘Singularity’

UK GEP – 2020 46min https://www.gep.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/RAINprogband An easy Top Score Album 100/100 In the wide-ranging progressive rock world, it is always an exhilarating moment when celebrated musicians gravitate together and, who between them, decide,...

Lisa LaRue -Origins

Melodic Revolution Records 2018 (Anthology) USA CD1 CD 2 -69.25 AOR Bathed with Progressive Moves www.lisalaruemusic. com/  www.facebook.com/ lisalarue2kx ReverbNation  My Rating 9/100 Please excuse my ignorance if I say that ‘Lisa Larue’ is completely new to me, all...

Texas Murder Crew: Everyone’s Last Breath (2020)

Here we have the debut album by Texas Murder Crew, who actually started a few years ago as Everyone’s Last Breath, which they have now taken as the title of this release. Fans of guitarist Kevin Clark (ex-Devourment, ex-Kill Everything) will be pleased to see him at...

The Third Kind: Man vs. Earth (2020)

This is the debut album by NYC-based The Third Kind, a hardcore/punk/thrash crossover unit comprised of drummer Brian Shonen (Bastard Clan, ex-Awkward Thought, On The Offense, Run Like Hell), bassist/vocalist Richard Muller (Vise Massacre, Great Planes, The Last...

Underer: The Code (2020)

What we have here is the debut album by debut LP by Camden, New Jersey-based Underer – the solo project of avant-garde multi-instrumentalist and recording artist Nick Shellenberger (Cleric, Shardik). There is no doubt in my mind as to who is the biggest influence, as...

Vader: Solitude in Madness (2020)

After 37 years leading Poland’s top death/thrash band, Piotr Wiwczarek is showing no sign whatsoever of slowing down. Back with their sixteenth studio album, here is a band who are very polished indeed, perhaps too much? This is all very clean indeed, and while the...

The Wicker Man 73: The Wicker Man (2020)

A few months back I heard from Stéphane Maxime, who asked me if I wanted to hear the album by The Wicker Man. He has amended the name to The Wicker Man 73 because a Ukrainian band used "The Wicker Man" first and of course any searches for the title brings back lots of...

Winterfylleth: The Reckoning Dawn (2020)

There are going to be a great many people really pleased with this album, and to be honest I’m one of them, but there are also going to be quite a few disappointed and I’m one of those as well. The reason being is that this is their first full length metal album since...

Zebadiah Crowe: Host Rider (2020)

Don’t let the pink cover fool you, have a closer look at the woman and you will see she has a goat’s skull covering her face, which makes one realise that what is inside may not be all sweetness and light, especially when looks harder and she appears to be inside a...


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  • William Shatner – The Blues
    by Roger Trenwith on October 28, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    First things first… you’ll need to get very drunk. No, I mean it. Open that bottle of plum brandy you’ve had since returning from that works trip to Poland where you won Employee of The Month during the firm’s Katowice shindig. Whaddya mean, you’re not sure? What special occasion are you waiting for? Are you [&hellip

  • Anathema – Eternity
    by Nick Hudson on October 27, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    With Anathema announcing themselves another casualty of 2020, and being placed on indefinite hiatus, I’m sure many have been reacquainting themselves with their full discography. Everyone has their own special and favourite albums from the band, as their mood and style have changed several times over the years. There are, however, pivotal and transitional moments, [&hellip

  • Fates Warning – “Long Day Good Night”
    by Rob on October 27, 2020 at 2:26 pm

    Fates Warning are one of my favorite bands so this review has a bit of a bias. That said, my expectations for a new album by them is very high. Especially on the heels of their last album “Theories of … Continue reading →

  • Israel Gil – Aisles
    by Tony Colvill on October 26, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    Something Old, Something New… Aisles were first presented to me with their 4:45 AM album, I loved it, it was different and exciting, it was quintessentially English or (North) American. Now there are changes, the core of the band remains but with a new singer being introduced, Israel Gil. I had the opportunity to ask [&hellip

  • Áuryn – Antes de Cerrar los Ojos
    by Nick Hudson on October 25, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    Within the first minute, you know this is going to be an interesting listen, as the opening number of Áuryn’s debut album, Antes de Cerrar los Ojos, flits between prog metal and jazz fusion. The contrasts almost clash, and yet somehow they work. The rhythm section of Matías Catueño (on bass), and Nicolás Truchet (on [&hellip

  • Hawkwind Light Orchestra – Carnivorous
    by Mel Allen on October 24, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    These strange and unsettling times that we find ourselves in this year are having a great affect on many of us and the things we hold dear, no more so than the music scene which has been particularly hard-hit. The loss of live touring and the revenue associated with it has caused musicians to be [&hellip

  • Adenine – Adenine | Mary Lattimore – Silver Ladders
    by Nick Hudson on October 23, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    For some months I had been waiting for the release of an experimental series of rich, multi-layered soundscapes created on a harp. Post-classical, ambient melodies with a watery theme evoking nature and nostalgia. An ode to the past and to the present, and the flow between them. Minimalist, melancholic and melodic. I’d heard just the [&hellip

  • Richard Wileman – Karda Estra
    by Roger Trenwith on October 22, 2020 at 6:03 pm

    With an unexpected new album released under the name of his Karda Estra alter ego – hard on the heels of his Arcana solo album – main-man Richard Wileman talks to TPA about Idols In The Flesh and many other things… You’ve been very prolific of late, with the 1st September release of your solo [&hellip

  • Karda Estra – Idols in the Flesh
    by Roger Trenwith on October 22, 2020 at 6:00 pm

    Come hither, curious listener, and enter the mysterious world of Karda Estra, who this time around take us on a journey into dank and dark ambient caves that conjure scenes from an imaginary Bram Stoker novel. The lack of light on the journey makes the brushing of gentle fronds on your face as you descend [&hellip

  • Wobbler – “Dwellers of the Deep”
    by Rob on October 22, 2020 at 4:02 pm

    Wobbler are one of those bands that I think all fans of prog rock should be aware of and hopefully checked out. If you haven’t, the good thing about Wobbler is that they have had a sound that has remained … Continue reading →


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