Monthly Archives: June 2016

Antimatter & Kari Rueslåtten co-headline acoustic show in London

Two of the most special voices come together for a once in a lifetime co-headlining acoustic show. Their music has inspired and gathered fans for several decades, and as their schedules finally could match up, it was a easy decision … Continue reading

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Fates Warning – “Theories of Flight”

There’s a lot of hype behind the new Fates Warning album, “Theories of Flight.” For one thing, it hasn’t been that long since the last Fates Warning album, “Darkness in a Different Light’ which came out in 2013. Three years … Continue reading

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IMMINENT SONIC DESTRUCTION Announce Shows Supporting CIRCUS MAXIMUS

IMMINENT SONIC DESTRUCTION announce show dates with Norwegian Prog Metal outfit CIRCUS MAXIMUS. Imminent Sonic Destruction, last seen on tour with progressive metal stalwarts FATES WARNING in the fall of 2015 have since wrapped up production on their newest album … Continue reading

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Albums Revisited: Yes – “Talk”

Lately, “Talk” by Yes has really re-emerged for me and I am enjoying it all over again. Back in 1994, the album didn’t fair so well. What went wrong? Unfortunately, more than a few things stacked up against this album … Continue reading

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Interview with Pierre St-Jean of Heaven’s Cry

What made you guys decide to reform back in 2010 after almost a decade apart? It really seemed to me that you guys were always ahead of your time. I would say that Heaven’s Cry is about change and moving … Continue reading

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Turbid North – “Eyes Alive”

Disclaimer: this record is very heavy. There are guttural vocals, blast beats, and granite crushing riffs for days. Turbid North, the Texas-by-way-of- Alaska trio, will never be mistaken for Pink Floyd (although they are very assuredly influenced by them) and … Continue reading

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Gojira – “Magma” (reviewed by Cristina)

Gojira and I have been having a strange relationship for the last couple of years. When I first listened to their music, I knew that there was something about it I couldn’t really understand and therefore wasn’t able to fully … Continue reading

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