Monthly Archives: April 2016

Rank ‘Em: Dream Theater studio albums

I’ve decided to be a complete whore and do a new feature called “Rank ’em” where I will do my very best to upset all fans of a particular band by ranking all the band’s STUDIO albums in order of … Continue reading

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Myrath – “Legacy”

I don’t know any other band from Tunisia and maybe that’s one reason I am so drawn to Myrath. Technically Myrath is labeled as Franco-Tunisian but the sound has a distinct Arabian vibe to it. I’ve also seen it called … Continue reading

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Live Review: Dream Theater presents “The Astonishing” at the Palace Theatre in Albany, NY April 18, 2016

  Seeing Dream Theater at the Palace Theatre in Albany, NY is special to me. It was 23 years ago that I saw them live at the same venue for the very first time. Much has changed since 1993, but … Continue reading

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Circuline – “Return”

Not many people probably know where Red Hook, NY is located but I’ve driven through that town many times on my way to and from my home in the Capital District region of Upstate NY. The interesting thing about Circuline, … Continue reading

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Schammasch – “Triangle”

Schammasch might not be considered “prog” by some people but for me, they are exactly what being progressive means. Schammasch do things their own way and take their brand of extreme metal even further on their new “triple” album “Triangle.” … Continue reading

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