'Eupnea' is an album with a good flow. Although having some layers weaved into the different songs, melodies are always in forefront, which makes this longplayer to a sensitive, but also rocking one. 'Eupnea' helps to get to normal, good, unlabored breathing while still being excited.
'The Great Adventour - Live in Brno 2019' will bring a lot of joy and entertainment to the homes of Prog Rock fans. It's a really cool thing to see the protagonists live at work, but last but not least it's the music being the golden nugget of The Neal Morse Band. To enjoy it you might want to close your eyes once in a while, allowing you to dive into the world of the greatness of sounds by The Neal Morse Band.
The almost impossible happened. 23 years after having released their latest longplayer to date, Psychotic Waltz returns to the scene with a new record. 'The God-Shaped Void' is the title of the bands 5th album that ends an extremely long waiting time. And not only that the quintet delights fans of Progressive Metal with new... Continue Reading →
It took five years for ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead to release their new album. Last Friday the wait came to an end, it was release date of 'X: The Godless Void and Other Stories', a new 12 songs comprising longplayer of the Austin, Texas based duo. The tracklist looks... Continue Reading →
Honestly, what should go wrong when guys like Mike Portnoy, Billy Sheehan, Jeff Scott Soto, Derek Sherinian and Ron Thal team-up to record an album. Right, nothing can go wrong. Usually supergroups are more of a marketing thing and often you wonder what‘s ‚super‘ with such a project. In Sons Of Apollo‘s case things are... Continue Reading →
US Progressive Metal pioneers and innovators Psychotic Waltz return in full original line-up with their highly anticipated 5th studio album and first new music in 23 years. Entitled “The God-Shaped Void”, the upcoming new album and InsideOutMusic debut will be released on February 14th, 2020. The basic tracks for “The God-Shaped Void” were recorded with... Continue Reading →
Instrumental Rock band Tundra, hailing from Spain, announce a next album. Interesting enough the longplayer got a title in German language, a well-known title for fans of horror. 'Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari' refers to the silent horror film from 1920 and Tundra delivers a musical interpretation, a soundtrack to a classic in horror movie... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Roine Stolt is a musician with many projects up and running and so do some other band members too. Being active with many other engagements over the last years led to a pause when it comes to The Flower Kings and some line-up changes didn't speed up things either. Therefore it's good news that... Continue Reading →
(*/10) As part of the 'Genesis Revisited tour' Steve Hackett and band mates played a show at Royal Festival Hall in London on October 4th, 2018. Thirteen beautiful songs filled the venue that night, a show split into two parts. Hackett's years with legendary Genesis have been the base for the setlist and with 'Dance... Continue Reading →
(10/10) German Post-Rock powerhouse Long Distance Calling played three special show in early 2019. The quartet has chosen unusual locations for concerts that have been performed under the banner of ‘Seats & Sounds’. The final show of this triple took place in Hamburg at Kulturkirche Altona. The neo-gothic church, built in 1873, was the impressive... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Pitfalls are usually nothing very positive, mostly they are even a threat. In case of Leprous 'Pitfalls' can lead to a positive effect. The Norwegian Prog Rock band entitled their newest album 'Pitfalls' and the guys work around those very well, since it's another great addition to the creative work. 'Pitfalls', that's Leprous' sixth... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Ray Alder, the voice of Fates Warning, worked on his first real solo album. 'What the Water Wants' is the title of the record that showcases one of the best singers in Metal. Although Alder released under the banner of Engine two albums a couple of decades ago it is the new release that... Continue Reading →
Pattern-Seeking-Animals is a new band that features well-known band members. Ted Leonard, Jimmy Keegan and Dave Meros, all having a history with Spock’s Beard, are part of the band as well as John Boegehold, who came with up the idea of Pattern-Seeking-Animals in 2018. The band’s self-titled debut hits the record stores today, an album... Continue Reading →