Monthly Archives: March 2016

Circus Maximus – “Havoc”

What the fuck happened to Circus Maximus? That’s a questions many fans of the band have been asking, especially after hearing this album, “Havoc.” The band changed their sound quite a bit on their last album “Nine,” but it still … Continue reading

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Turning Virtue world premiere video for “Theody”

Post-prog rockers Turning Virtue have released a video for the track “Theody,” off their upcoming album, “A Temporary Human Experience.” The band is made up of David Karczewski on vocals and guitars, DPA on bass, Carl Cino on guitars and … Continue reading

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The Jelly Jam will release their epic new album Profit on 27th May 2016 via Music Theories Recordings

The Jelly Jam will release their epic new album Profit on 27th May 2016 via Music Theories Recordings. The Jelly Jam, featuring DREAM THEATER’s John Myung, WINGER/DIXIE DREGS’ (live) Rod Morgenstein and KING’S X Ty Tabor, will return in 2016 … Continue reading

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Steel Jungle – “Soidinmenot”

Helsinki’s Steel Jungle are a curious band. They clearly can and will do whatever they want on record. “Soidinmenot” is the result of this pioneering spirit. The album at times reminds me of The Aristocrats (“Ektoplasma”), other times Frank Zappa, … Continue reading

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Far From Your Sun – “In the Beginning… was the Emotion”

“In the Beginning…was the Emotion” is an interesting album. It’s what I would consider to be art rock in it’s purest form. Nothing about the album is easy yet nothing is overly complex. Take the rhythms of Tool, add in … Continue reading

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In Progress – “North Atlantic Echoes”

In Progress are a fascinating band. Any band that can release two albums that virtually have nothing in common other than the band! Their 2011 debut album “Signal Failure” was a prog metal with a slight industrial flavor. That album … Continue reading

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