'Cover to Cover' is a fun project and it's noticeable that Prog and Metal are not really the focus while selecting songs. Instead, the guys follow their passion for very-well crafted Rock music on this album and by that pay homage to their musical heroes. All three albums are certainly worth discovering and listening to. Timeless music.
'Feeling Are Good' is an album that is best enjoyed on a grey and rainy Sunday on the sofa with headphones on. This album proves musical sustainability instead of being easy-consumable musical fast food.
World acclaimed keyboardist Derek Sherinian, (Sons of Apollo, Black Country Communion), one of the most significant keyboard players of the modern era, has signed to InsideOutMusic for the release of his new solo album ‘The Phoenix’ on the 18th September 2020, his first since 2011’s ‘Oceana’. Derek comments: "I truly feel that this is my... Continue Reading →
Kansas and 'The Absence of Presence', that is sophisticated rock, rooted in the '70s merged with a modern sound and a lively dynamic, ensured by a modern production. This album is definitely a recommendation for anyone who calls himself a rock fan.
Neal Morse announces the release of ‘Sola Gratia’, his new solo progressive rock concept album, on the 11th September 2020. Originating from a seed planted in his mind about writing a record based on the apostle Paul, ‘Sola Gratia’ quickly came together at the beginning of 2020. The album sees Neal working with long-time collaborators Mike Portnoy,... Continue Reading →
Neal Morse, Mike Portnoy & Randy George recently announced their return to the Cover To Cover series of albums with ‘Cov3r To Cov3r’, the brand new third instalment. Featuring their renditions of classic tracks by the likes of King Crimson, Jethro Tull, Gerry Rafferty, David Bowie & more (including their cover of ‘No Opportunity Necessary,... Continue Reading →
'Virus' is not just a sequel to 'Vector'. It also shows that Haken are still growing and evolving, but have found their own basic sound signature. Prog rock and prog metal fans will love 'Virus' and even newcomers to Haken will be impressed by soundscapes that are certainly not off the shelf. This 'Virus' is a virus you want get infected with.
'Genesis Revisited: Live at the Royal Albert Hall' isn't a new release. The concert, which was the base for this recording took place in October 2013, followed by a CD, DVD and digital release. In mid-June Inside Out Music will release the record once again, this time also on vinyl. Remastered, the album has an... Continue Reading →
German sound architects Long Distance Calling have announced their new album for the end of June (June 26th via Inside Out Music). 'How Do You Want to Live?' is the meaningful title of a longplayer that seamlessly ties in with the past highlights from Long Distance Calling.With 'Hazard' and 'Voices' two new tracks have already... Continue Reading →
Frost* in May, but no worries, it is not a climatic phenomena. Frost*, the band, releases with 'Others' a new EP which is actually not that new. Jem Godfrey and his band mates have recorded six tracks, which are left overs from their 'Falling Satellites' session. Initially, the 2016 released album was planned as a... Continue Reading →
The German prog rockers from Subsignal are releasing their first live album 'A Song for the Homeless - Live in Rüsselsheim 2019' these days. The album is based on a concert the band played on March 28, 2019 in Rüsselsheim, Germany. After six studio albums, Arno Menses, Markus Steffen, Ralf Schwager, Markus Maichel and Dirk... Continue Reading →
'4 Songs Live' is a lively release that spreads joy through great music, emotions and feeling. Elegant melodies and sensitive vocals make the album a relaxing journey through worlds of sound. '4 Songs Live' is a soundtrack that helps to slow down in hectic times.