Monthly Archives: November 2016

Crippled Black Phoenix – “Bronze”

Crippled Black Phoenix are one of my favorite bands. They have a very dark Floydian vibe that has always appealed to me. On their latest album “Bronze,” CBP have once again tapped into that but perhaps exude even more dark … Continue reading

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The Fierce And The Dead – “If It Carries On Like This We Are Moving To Morecambe”

Kudos to Bad Elephant Music for re-issuing the debut full length album “If It Carries On Like This We Are Moving To Morecambe” by post prog rockers the Fierce and the Dead. While I don’t think the original master of … Continue reading

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The Neal Morse Band – “The Similitude of a Dream”

I need to make a few disclaimers before I even get into this album. Neal Morse is a Christian, I am an Atheist. I did the whole Christian thing when I was younger but I guess I had my own … Continue reading

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The Reticent – “On the Eve of a Goodbye”

I am always on the lookout for bands that aim to combine seemingly disparate influences. While influence is a difficult thing to truly surmount, especially if the sound or style of a particular artist becomes the focal point of a new band, … Continue reading

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Wolve – “Lazare” EP

Founded as a one man project which eventually evolved into a band, Wolve don’t only create music – they create experiences. Their debut album “Sleepwalker”, which depicts the journey of a dream, is absolutely stunning and the mix of organic … Continue reading

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