Monthly Archives: October 2016

Marcela Bovio – “Unprecedented”

Vocalist and violinist Marcela Bovio is often associated with progressive music: She is the frontwoman of the symphonic progressive metal band Stream of Passion (the band is currently on their final tour) and collaborated with bands such as Ayreon, The … Continue reading

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Blind Ego – “Liquid”

Blind Ego is the solo side project of Kalle Wallner of RPWL. Being a big fan of RPWL, I had meant to check out the last Blind Ego album “Numb” but of course I got distracted by the pile of … Continue reading

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Consider the Source announce special run of ‘RADIOHEAD’ SHOWS

The progressive/fusion trio Consider The Source will be playing an unmissable set of Radiohead covers at five special shows this fall, when they open for space rock band Papadosio. The ‘Radiohead sets’ are back by popular demand, after featuring in … Continue reading

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Anciients – “Voice of the Void”

I found out about Anciients right after they released their debut album “Heart of Oak.” It was one of those accidental findings where I saw the cover art, read the title and decided to check them out. I was completely … Continue reading

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TesseracT – “Errai”

Kscope has pulled some “stunts” before by re-releasing albums with bonus discs or even has double disc “budget” releases. So it’s not a surprise that they re-released TesseracT’s “Polaris” album with a bonus disc called “Errai.” “Errai” features 4 songs … Continue reading

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Mammoth – “Deviations”

Mammoth are one of those bands that I feel I should have known about before this. The sheer skill and musicality of this trio are things that should get them noticed by anyone into jaw dropping prog metal. On their … Continue reading

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Live Review: Negură Bunget, Waldgeflüster & support @ Backstage Club Munich, Germany 15th October 2016

I have never witnessed the Backstage concert area as busy as yesterday afternoon. All three venues were housing shows: Tarja played in the biggest venue, the “Werk”, Equilibrium played a sold-out show in the “Halle” and Negură Bunget and Waldgeflüster … Continue reading

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