Album Reviews

MaYan – Dhyana

23rd September 2018 Reinier de Vries
The third album of MaYan, the band around Epica’s Mark Jansen. The album sounds like a soundtrack of symphonic death metal. With crowdfunding the band could finance the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra for the [Read »]
Album Reviews

Vola – Applause of a Distant Crowd

20th September 2018 Rick Ossian

Upon hearing Copenhagen’s Vola and their latest recording, Applause of a Distant Crowd, I am reminded of many things; different musics and bands/artists, of course, but also peace – and roaring silence, mixed with violence.  [Read »]

Album Reviews

Summer Storm – First

17th September 2018 Chris Galea

Looking far back at my ill-fated foray into guitar-playing I remember Vigier being a French manufacturer of stylish but expensive guitars. The brand has been around for quite a while, even though I rarely come [Read »]

Album Reviews

Manimal – Purgatorio

16th September 2018 Reinier de Vries

After debut The Darkest Room and the second album called Trapped In the Shadows, it is time for the third album. Third albums are always important for a band, a kind of make or break point. With Samuel Nyman [Read »]

HOPELEZZ - Stories Of A War Long Forgotten - get it here
DIABOLOS DUST - The Reaper Returns - get it here
AETERNITAS - Tales Of The Grotesque - get it here
DARK MILLENNIUM - Where Oceans Collide - get it here
STONEMAN - Geil und Elektrisch - get it here

Interviews

Album of the Month

Lux Terminus – The Courage To Be

by Rick Ossian in Album of the Month 0

A certain frame of mind needs to be entered if one is to listen to Cleveland, Ohio natives Lux Terminus.  This is actually more like embarking on a musical excursion, if you will. Prog listeners [Read »]

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