Monthly Archives: July 2017

Steven Wilson – “To the Bone”

Short version: I really don’t like this album. It’s a poorly written, poorly arranged, disjointed collection of substandard songs. It’s not prog but that’s not why I don’t like it. For a very long explanation, read on. Long version: Reviewing … Continue reading

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Leprous – “Malina”

I got into Leprous right after they released “Bilateral.” The album completely blew me away. The band itself were so tight and the music had plenty of twists and turns. But they also knew the importance of melody. They have … Continue reading

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Rage – “Seasons of the Black”

Rage are one of those bands that I’ve kept meaning to check out for a LONG time and for whatever reason, I just never have. I recall I really became interested in their “Soundchaser” album because it was a concept … Continue reading

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Interview with Frank Hall of Necromandus

Frank, congrats on the new Necromandus album! I love it! It’s been a long time coming. How rewarding is it for you to finally get the name out there and have a band to go with it? Its very rewarding … Continue reading

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Gentle Knife – “The Clock Unwound”

I always find it refreshing listening to a band that aims to sound different on every track, and I usually applaud artists willing to take this risk even if the results don’t always pan out. Gentle Knife takes this varied … Continue reading

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