Album Reviews

Piqaia – Artifact

15th July 2018 Rick Ossian

Now this is what I’m talking about!  Classic prog rock from some folks who obviously know what they are up to! Clean vocals for the most part, though they do a bit of a growl [Read »]

Album Reviews

Salem – Attrition

9th July 2018 Chris Galea

For those new to the band, Salem were formed around 1980 from the ashes of Ethel The Frog but “Attrition” is only the band’s 3rd full-length release. The music is a melodic Rock accentuated by [Read »]

Album Reviews

Royal Mob – Cinematic

1st July 2018 Rick Ossian

This album is probably perfect for certain markets: the teenybopper AOR scene (Maroon 5, The Darkness, etc.), pop rock, NOT heavy metal. The harmonies and the melodies are like slick polished steel. I don’t recall [Read »]

Album Reviews

Refuge – Solitary Men

24th June 2018 Reinier de Vries

Refuge it the revival of the band Rage mid eighties/early nineties line-up. The period in which they released their best albums in my opinion. Especially Secrets in a Weird World, is still a very underrated album. [Read »]

Album Reviews

Toledo Steel – No Quarter

15th June 2018 Chris Galea

In theory not a lot of words are necessary for this review: if bands such as Judas Priest, Satan, Accept, Saxon mean anything to you, then “No Quarter” is a no-brainer. But I’ll go a [Read »]

Album Reviews

The Sea Within – The Sea Within

7th June 2018 Rick Ossian

Today we look at Prog’s most recent supergroup, The Sea Within, and their self-titled eponymous debut. When it comes to supergroups, Prog is no stranger to danger. For many years we have been treated to [Read »]

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Don Airey – One of a Kind

6th June 2018 Rick Ossian

Today we look at the keyboard master. If you are a classic rock fan, then you’ve doubtless heard Don Airey‘s keyboards on records in the past. He is currently a member of classic rock icons [Read »]