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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...

THE EMERALD DAWN (UK) In Time

The Emerald Dawn are back with their fifth album, on the heels of 2021’s crowning achievement, the highly acclaimed “To Touch the Sky”. The bar is set very high as that was quite a release, especially in view of the fact that it was a Covid baby, created under...

RUBY DAWN (UK) Beyond Tomorrow

It is the prerogative of youth to believe in coincidence. As one grows older and perhaps even wiser through experience, pain, elation, suffering and joy, the very notion of coincidence evaporates like a drop of water in an arid, sun-drenched desert. Case in point: In...

FLAME DROP (SWITZERLAND) Flow

I found this delightful little surprise whilst hunting high and low for some new discovery and it happen to be their videos that got me heading towards the actual acquisition, the band quickly sending me their CD as I was preparing to head off to Italy on vacation....

TOM(USA) The Last Outpost

Well this was quite the discovery , an unexpected surprise from the USA that I found on my main French language prog source Prog Critique, with whom this FB page has a synergy and a parallel in similar tastes that are quite remarkable . Tom is essentially a three-man...

LIFESIGNS (UK) Live in the Netherlands

No disrespect to powerhouses Transatlantic, The Flower Kings and whomever the prog audience deem fit to be called a super group, my choice for a group of super veteran musicians would be Lifesigns, a dazzling outfit that currently has a few insanely talented players,...

Ruby Dawn-Beyond Tomorrow (2023)

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...

Confusion Field – Future Impact of Past Diversions

Confusion Field hail from Finland and have released their second album, Future Impact of Past Diversions, which, if nothing else, is a strong contender for “title of the year” in the 2023 Lazland awards. The band was formed in 2017 by Tomi Kankainen, a clever chap who...

Dave Kerzner – Heart Land Mines. The Eye

Dave “Squids” Kerzner of Sound of Contact is a deservedly respected artist and person in the progressive rock world, with a deeply impressive resume featuring giants of the modern rock world and it was a pleasure to be sent this EP, Hand Land Minds – The Eye, released...

Land of Chocolate – Your Finest Hour

I was contacted recently by Jonn Buzby of American outfit, Land of Chocolate who have recently released their third studio album, Your Finest Hour. It has, in fact, been nineteen long years since they released their sophomore album, Regaining The Feel, although Buzby...

Mourning Knight –A World of Dreams (2023)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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...

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