Album Reviews

Borealis – The Offering

6th March 2018 Rick Ossian

I must say I am pretty excited about doing my inaugural review for Power of Metal.  I expected Borealis to be sludge or some serious thrash, just from the nature of the name, you know?  [Read »]

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Marillion – Marbles in the Park

23rd February 2017 Kenn Jensen

Every two years Marillion throws a big party and invites fans to join them at the event they call Marillion Weekend. In 2015 the event took place in March at Center Parcs, Port Zelande, Netherlands, [Read »]

Album Reviews

Maschine – Naturalis

27th November 2016 Kenn Jensen

Maschine from the UK released a fine debut album “Rubidium” in 2013, followed by silence… and now all of a sudden comes their sophomore album “Naturalis”, a more laid-back and softer output from the band. [Read »]

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Karmakanic – DOT

30th July 2016 Kenn Jensen

Karmakanic is one of many side-projects involving members of The Flower Kings, and “DOT” is album number five from this unit run by song writer, bassplayer and producer Jonas Reingold. And he has assembled a [Read »]

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The Jelly Jam – Profit

9th June 2016 Wade Reitz

The first time I heard The Jelly Jam I didn’t like it. I listened to it with a friend of mine who bought the first album of the super group: front man/guitarist Ty Tabor of [Read »]

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*Frost – Falling Satellites

25th May 2016 Liam Savage

*Frost are one of the more mysterious, yet praised bands in all of progressive music.  Giving a very unique sound to the masses with lots of variety in their output is one point that gives [Read »]

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Astrakhan – Adrenaline Kiss

22nd May 2016 Liam Savage

Astrakhan, hailing from Sweden, have arrived with album number two in the form of “Adrenaline Kiss”.  Featuring acclaimed singer Alexander Lycke (known for singing in productions of “Jesus Christ Superstar”,” Hair”, “American Idiot” and “Les [Read »]

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Messenger – Threnodies

23rd April 2016 Kenn Jensen

Messenger couldn’t have chosen a more fitting title for their second album… Seven melancholic songs about lamentation for the dead that operates somewhere in the sphere of post rock, Floyd’ism, Black Sabbath, classic rock and [Read »]