Review JETHRO TULL ‘The Zealot Gene’

To introduce Jethro Tull is like carrying sand to the beach. Everybody, who is seriously interested in rock music have heard of the band and the iconic bandleader Ian Anderson. And even if one isn’t familiar with the catalogue of the band it is a song that everybody should know. ‘Locomotive Breath’, from the legendary... Continue Reading →

Review CYNIC ‘Ascension Codes’

Cynic started in 1987 in Florida, USA and has musical roots in thrash and death metal. Especially in the early phase Cynic had the harsh approach to heavy metal written on the flags, which is reflected among other things in the 'Focus' album from 1993. However, from the beginning Cynic showed a passion for intricate... Continue Reading →

Review MOLYBARON ‘The Mutiny’

The first time I heard songs from Molybaron was when the band opened for A Pale Horse Named Death. Even though their music didn’t fit exactly to the dark metal of APHND, the band still could win over some fans with their passionate show at the Baroeg in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. That was almost to... Continue Reading →

GREEN CARNATION announce ‘The Acoustic Verses’ mini-tour

'The Acoustic Verses' is a min tour of Norwegian prog heroes Green Carnation. It's a seven concerts tour that is planned to take place in February 2022. Note: Some tour/concerts might be cancelled or postponed due to the current pandemic. For latest information, please check the websites of venues, bands and promoters.

Review JOE BONAMASSA ‘Time Clocks’

Introducing Joe Bonamassa is like bringing sand to the beach. The blues and rock guitarist is a real master of his craft, documented by many records and live shows. Creativity and filigree are what characterizes the sound of Bonamassa’s singing guitar that he handles with savvy and feel. With ‘Time Clocks’ the next album is... Continue Reading →

Review MASTODON ‘Hushed and Grim’

When Mastodon released with ‘Remission’ their debut via Relapse Records, some first attention arose and it was the Leviathan’ longplayer that paved the way for the quartet from Atlanta, Georgia. Mastodon had always a progressive component embedded in their sound. That goes for the wild and sludge oriented early days and it became more dominant... Continue Reading →

SUBSIGNAL unleash a new song

German prog rock outfit Subsignal will start work on a new album soon. ‘A Room on the Edge of Forever’ is song from the writing session for their sixth offer and has as been revealed already. The song is based on a poem Markus Steffen wrote, originally in German language. Poem as well as song... Continue Reading →

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