Monthly Archives: November 2016

THE PINEAPPLE THIEF ANNOUNCE HEADLINE YOUR WILDERNESS TOUR FEATURING GAVIN HARRISON

The Pineapple Thief have announced a string of European dates for early 2017 in support of their highly acclaimed new album, ‘Your Wilderness’. The band will be joined by virtuoso Gavin Harrison (Porcupine Tree, King Crimson) on drums. “We always … Continue reading

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Ollocs – “Soul Theory”

I’ve battled this album probably more than I needed to. The problem for me was trying to find the direction that Ollocs were wanting to go versus the direction they actually take on their new album “Soul Theory.” Ollocs consider … Continue reading

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Eye – “Vision And Ageless Light”

There are some bands that just GET how progressive rock should sound. Eye is one of those bands. Vintage keyboards, analog sounds, and massive soundscapes. I got into Eye just after their first album. I still can’t for the life … Continue reading

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Thank You Scientist and Consider the Source announce US tour

NYC trio Consider The Source have announced an exciting new series of tour dates for January 2017, sharing the bill with New Jersey progressive rock outfit Thank You Scientist whose latest album “Stranger Heads Prevail” made it into the Billboard … Continue reading

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Poor Genetic Material – “Absence”

Poor Genetic Material are not named very well. Genetics plays a huge role in the success of this band and are anything but poor. The band is led by vocalist Philipp Griffiths who is the son of Martin Griffiths, formerly … Continue reading

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Interview with Wolverine

I have to start with the obvious question. Does the band name pose any issues since there’s aMarvel superhero of the same name? Marcus: Well, for people that have never heard about us before I guess there are some issues … Continue reading

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