Monthly Archives: September 2017

Subterranean Masquerade – “Vagabond”

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” That’s a phrase that comes to mind when it comes to the new album by Subterranean Masquerade called “Vagabond.” Also I would say it’s “more of the same” from them which in this … Continue reading

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Circu5 – “Circu5”

Circu5 is the project of British mult-instrumentalist and vocalist Steve Tilling. Initially, the album didn’t seem like a fit for me but after giving it a fair shot, there’s a lot to enjoy. First off, the music of Circu5 is … Continue reading

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Perihelion Ship – “To Paint a Bird of Fire”

Following up a debut album as amazing as the first Perihelion Ship album, “A Rare Thunderstorm in Spring,” is no easy task. The Finnish band really came out of nowhere and blew me away with that album last year. Yeah … Continue reading

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Vulture Industries – “Stranger Times”

“Stranger Times” by Vulture Industries is less stranger than their last album “The Tower.” And that’s actually great! What I mean is that, they still sound weird at times (which is awesome) but on “Stranger Times,” the band don’t let … Continue reading

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The Prophecy – “Origins”

It’s been a while since the last album by The Prophecy. “Salvation” was one of my favorite albums of 2013. It was the perfect combination of prog and doom. The Prophecy don’t play doom in the sense of darkness and … Continue reading

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Terria – “Horizons” EP

Terria is the project of bassist extraordinaire Rashaan Lacey. Lacey recruited some top notch guitarists in Alek Darson, Alden Marchand and Dave Zuckerman along with drummer Hadrien Pierson for his debut 5 track EP “Horizons.” Terria are definitely prog metal … Continue reading

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Redemption announces Tom S. Englund of Evergrey as new vocalist

Evergrey’s Tom S. Englund has replaced Fates Warning’s Ray Alder as lead vocalist for Redemption. While I think Englund is a good singer, he just isn’t on the same level as Ray. Still, it will be interesting to hear new … Continue reading

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