Koen Herfst

7th August 2019 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

Koen Herfst is one of the most energetic and versatile drummers of The Netherlands. He is known for his work with Armin van Buuren, with who he did two world tours in venues like Madison Square Garden [Read »]

Album of the Month

Teramaze – Are We Soldiers

22nd July 2019 Rick Ossian

Blazing into our consciousness from down under come Australia’s Teramaze with a muscular, powerful new album, Are We Soldiers. These blokes have no less than a half dozen recordings under their belt already, and are [Read »]

Teramaze

22nd July 2019 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

Formed under the name Terrormaze. The name change was caused by the members’ discovery of Christianity, which changed the band’s lyrical focus and mission from that of their earlier demo. Earlier recordings were more thrash-based.

Myrath

6th June 2019 Mia Hall

Myrath (Arabic: ميراث‎ – “Legacy”) is a Tunisian progressive oriental metal band formed in 2001.

Symphony X

4th June 2019 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

Symphony X an American progressive metal band from Middletown, New Jersey. Founded in 1994, the band consists of guitarist Michael Romeo, keyboardist Michael Pinnella, drummer Jason Rullo, lead vocalist Russell Allen and bassist Michael Lepond.

Album Reviews

Until Rain – Season V

27th May 2019 Rick Ossian

If you are a fan of big production prog – massive tides of guitars, majestic, grandiose piano runs, big heavy chops from the engine room, and skyward-bound vocals – then you will most likely adore [Read »]

Album Reviews

Arch / Matheos – Winter Ethereal

11th May 2019 Rick Ossian

Those of you who are firmly ensconced in the Fates Warning camp will doubtless have heard of these fellows by now. Winter Ethereal is the more-than-worthy follow-up to Sympathetic Resonance.  This slab is brought to [Read »]

Arch / Matheos

11th May 2019 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

Arch / Matheos began as a reunion between founding Fates Warning members John Arch and Jim Matheos, who hadn’t collaborated since Arch’s 2003 EP “A Twist Of Fate” and hadn’t fully collaborated for a whole album [Read »]