Monthly Archives: May 2017

Ghost Toast – “Out of This World”

I can’t recall the last time that I ran across an album so wildly inconsistent as “Out of This World” by Ghost Toast. Before getting into that, I need to point out how terrible the band’s name is. Are we … Continue reading

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The Enid – “Resurgency”

The Enid have been around a very long time. Despite that, I actually have never really gotten around to listen to them. So going into this review, I had a bit of a quandary. Do I go back and familiarize … Continue reading

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Fervent Send – “(C:)rePROGram”

Jon DuBose is the mastermind behind the prog collective known as Fervent Send. Jon is also a very good friend of mine. Now before you say, “no way can Rob be honest when reviewing his friends’ music,” let me point … Continue reading

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Textures announce breakup and farewell tour

Photo Credit: Tim Tronckoe Another sad day in the history of heavy music: Dutch polyrhythmic metallers TEXTURES have today announced their breakup. Read the band’s full statement below: “Ladies and gentlemen, there is no easy way to say this, so … Continue reading

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Djam Karet – “Sonic Celluloid”

There are bands that have been around for a while that I’ve always meant to check out but for whatever reason, just keep forgetting to do so. Djam Karet was one of those bands. I checked out their 2013 single … Continue reading

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Steven Wilson announces “To the Bone” album and tour

  Here’s the official press release: Steven Wilson has announced details of To The Bone – his expansive, brilliant fifth album – and a major 2018 UK tour including a return to one of the country’s most iconic venues, the Royal Albert Hall. Pre-order … Continue reading

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