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

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 »]

Album Reviews

Marillion – Smoke

2nd June 2018 Kenn Jensen

Next up in a long line of planned live releases in 2018 by Marillion, is “Smoke”. A release of 10 albums is planned for 2018, all available via digital platforms and on CD – each [Read »]

Album Reviews

Kino – Radio Voltaire

24th March 2018 Kenn Jensen

When the news broke early this year that a new Kino album was in the making many progressive rock fans, like me, dug out their copy of the long forgotten Kino debut album ‘Picture’ from [Read »]

Album Reviews

Jono – Life

29th December 2017 Kenn Jensen

Swedish band Jono is much like their fellow countrymen A.C.T combining genres that on surface sounds like a very strange brew, in this case melodic rock, symphonic rock and progressive rock. But it works and [Read »]

Album of the Month

Day Six – Solitary League

13th December 2017 Reinier de Vries

At the end of this year I probably need to change my year end list of best 2017  (progressive) releases. Ayreon released The Source in april this year and that was a fine and good one. Now Day [Read »]

Album Reviews

Kaipa – Children of the Sounds

24th September 2017 Kenn Jensen

To me, Kaipa embodies the spirit of the Swedish 70’s prog rock scene to perfection. Their sound is rooted in the early days of prog rock made in Sweden, and their warm analogue sound is [Read »]

Album Reviews

World Trade – Unify

10th September 2017 Kenn Jensen

To name all of the things Billy Sherwood has been involved in over the years would be almost impossible. Most recently he’s been involved in two of the most popular 1980’s prog rock bands, Yes [Read »]