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Long Earth –Once Around The Sun (2020)

CD Longearth Music 66mins www.longearthmusic.com www.facebook.com/longearth1 Geoff Penn Rating 90/100 Having a true fascination for the way progressive rock bands meet and merge together I was completely absorbed by the story or rather the sequences of events behind...

Black Sites -In Monochrome (2017)

USA Mascot Records/Mascot Label Group CD 46:38 mins www.blacksitesband.com https://www.facebook.com/blacksites/ Rating 80/100 Black Sites is a four-piece thrash metal / progressive metal band from Chicago led by Mark Sugar on guitar and vocals and who was also...

Airbus : You (2021)

2021 Spira Records -A Collection of Songs from the Early Nineties UK 45 mins http://www.airbusmusic.com/ https://www.facebook.com/airbusmusic/ Rating 70/100 The ‘Airbus’ history extends back to ‘Gordano School’ a private concern located in Portishead, North Somerset,...

The Dark Room – Lupe (Michalis Latousakis) (2021)

CD 37:11mins Lupe (bandcamp.com) https://www.facebook.com/Lupe.Mosquito Rating 85/100 The ‘Dark Room’ is the second solo album by Athens born vocalist Michalis Latousakis and is a collection of eight superb tracks which are full of imagination and intrigue. Ultimately...


Tonzonen Records Germany CD 51.04 https://www.tonzonen.de/ https://www.facebook.com/thesunorthemoonband/about Rating 90/100 Although ‘The Sun or the Moon’ band (not to be confused with the UK punk band of the same similar name) have their feet planted well within an...

TUSMØRKE -Bydyra (2017)

CD Karisma Records  Norway  48:03 min https://tusm-rke.bandcamp.com /ttps://www.facebook.com/Tusmorke Rating 70/100   This is, without doubt, an extremely strange offering from the Norwegian progressive rock band “TUSMØRKE” because although it contains huge...

Burntfield -Hereafter (2018)

CD-Progressive Gears -Finland -45:26 Mins www.Burntfield.com facebook.com/Burntfield?fref=nf Rating 85/100 “Burntfield” are a young Finnish band who, despite the overwhelming success of, well!  just so many of their home-based fellow rock band contemporaries’, decided...

Blind Ego (Kalle Walliner) – Liquid (2016)

CD - Gentle Art of Music - 58:20 min Guitar Prog Metal Germany www.blind-ego.com https://www.facebook.com/blindego Rating 70/100 This is the third solo album from guitarist Kalle Wallner who normally does guitar duties for  German Band "RPWL" (Risettion, Postl,...

Crossroads- Fire in the Valley (2021)

CD -Independent Private Press Rock / Country Rock 51:16 mins  https://www.facebook.com/CrossroadsMaine https://open.spotify.com/album/2214XhrEe99NfsyUX9Wrpe My Rating 60/100 A quick peek at both the ‘Cross Roads Band’ Web site and Facebook Page immediately shows up a...


USA CD  60:36 min. Private Press https://nosband.com/ https://www.facebook.com/nototherwisespecified A top Score 100/100 from me –A seriously good  album and one I would take to  my Desert Island Spreading the word about your profile as a progressive rock band outside...


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