Listening to The Last Internationale on vinyl/CD is a great thing, sure. But seeing them live is another ballgame. To feel the vibe and intensity of a The Last Internationale shows is special, something that fascinates from start to end.
RPWL step by step rose to one of the most important representatives when it comes to Prog Rock hailing from Germany. The band, with their homebase in Freising, has a history that goes back to the year 1997, tthe starting point of the band that evolved out of another band called Violet District. After having... Continue Reading →
Don Airey's discography is a huge one. The keyboarder contributed to more than 200 longplayers and was part of bands like Deep Purple, Rainbow, Ozzy Osbourne and many more. He's truly a legend in rock. With such an remarkable musical history a concert tour of Don Airey feels like a musical time warp through the... Continue Reading →
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Björn Strid and his crew of The Night Flight Orchestra started again the engines of the classic rock airplane and embarked on an tour through Europe, adding some colours to the grey autumn season. The crew identified the Cultuurpodium Boerderij in Zoetermeer as being a great 'airport'. The Night Flight Orchestra landed on 25.11. in... Continue Reading →
UK prog rockers Threshold played a show at Cultuurpodium Boerderij mid October this year. It was the recent release 'Legends of the Shires' that got special attention on this tour with Threshold playing the album in its entirety. The only songs from other releases have been 'Pressure' and 'Slipstream', both being the encore for a... Continue Reading →
As being a fan of German shock rocking Rammstein you aren’t spoiled with new releases and live shows. Very rarely the band enters the stage again and if so, it’s the big festivals they headline, not even starting to think about album releases. To close the gap, at least a little bit, it’s a cool... Continue Reading →
The night before performing at Prog Power Europe in Baarlo, Sons Of Apollo stopped at Cultuurpodium Boerderij in Zoetermeer. The venue was sold-out and some cameras have been positioned for recording the show, so all ready to go at 20:30. But before the quintet entered the stage it was another five-piece band that opened the... Continue Reading →