Monthly Archives: June 2017

Kingbathmat – “Dark Days”

I honestly didn’t think there would be another Kingbathmat album. The man behind Kingbathmat is the very talented John Bassett. John has been a very busy man since the last Kingbathmat album, “Overcoming the Monster,” was issued in 2013. He … Continue reading

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RPWL release sneak peak of new live video “A New Dawn”

Germany’s prog giants RPWL recorded a special live performance on October 31, 2015. The show featured songs from the band’s last two studio albums, “Wanted” and “Between Man and Time,” melded into one cohesive story which was all brought to … Continue reading

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Amarok – “Hunt”

Amarok is the prog project of Polish multi-instrumentalist MichaƂ Wojtas. What caught my attention about this album was that Mariusz Duda of Riverside provides vocals on a track, “Idyll.” Needless to say, that track is worth the price of admission … Continue reading

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Tree Of Life – “Awakening Call”

Tree of Life is a multi-national instrumental prog metal band with roots in Christian faith. As I have mentioned before, I am an Atheist. But I really don’t have any issue with Christian bands so long as the topics are … Continue reading

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Roger Waters & Styx: Their Comeback Albums

Roger Waters hadn’t released a new studio album in 25 years. Styx hadn’t released new material in 14 years. Each are missing key ingredients to their respective sounds. Roger Waters is missing David Gilmour (and the rest of Floyd for … Continue reading

Posted in progressive rock | 2 Comments voted 71st best rock blog by Feedspot

First off, I do appreciate that another site would care enough to rank this site at all. Rankings are all just personal preference. Odds are there are a lot more than 70 blogs/sites better than this one. I guess if … Continue reading

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