Monthly Archives: March 2017

Soen – “Lykaia”

I’m somehow stuck in a love-hate relationship with Spotify. Most of the time, I hate that Spotify starts playing any kind of similar music based on the playlist I’m currently listening to, but a couple of weeks ago, Spotify started … Continue reading

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Evergrey tour begins May 6th and continues through June 3rd!

Evergrey hit the road in North America to support their current album “The Storm Within.” Here are the dates: 5.6.17 – The Haven – Orlando, FL 5.7.17 – The Orpheum – Tampa, FL 5.8.17 – Southport Hall – New Orleans, … Continue reading

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Hologram Earth – “Black Cell Program”

It would be easy just to classify Hologram Earth as another djent disciple of Meshuggah. And to be honest, they are quite similar when it comes to the basics of polyrhythms and palm muting. But there’s A LOT different about … Continue reading

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Return To Void – “Return To Void”

Is it me or are there way more bands that are prog or at least consider themselves to be prog? It almost seems in vogue to be prog. Return to Void are a prog rock band from Finland but something … Continue reading

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Mark Papagno – “The Man Whom the Trees Loved”

The latest trend seems to be getting well known musicians to play on your album. I do understand it from both ends. Newer musicians see the opportunity to get big names to be associated with their work and the “hired … Continue reading

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White Willow – “Future Hopes”

Sometimes changing a vocalist works and sometimes it doesn’t. While that isn’t the only reason for the almost six years between White Willow albums, the vocalist change certainly played a part in it. Sylvia Skjellestad was back in the fold … Continue reading

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