Monthly Archives: November 2017

Edge of Haze – “Deluge”

Edge of Haze’s “Deluge” is the type of record that is a bit difficult to write about. The trim and tight work checks many of the requisite boxes for this type of modern prog release, but ultimately while the production … Continue reading

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Lucas Lee – “Acceptances of Gravitational Collapsing Manifestations”

And the winner for longest album title of the year goes to Lucas Lee for “Acceptances of Gravitational Collapsing Manifestations.” With a title like that, you know it’s prog. And with the legendary Marco Minnemann on drums, you know the … Continue reading

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Interview with Mick Moss of Antimatter

It’s been 10 years since you released “Leaving Eden,” which has now been reissued. How has your approach to your music changed since then? Or has it? I’m constantly learning and evolving, so without a doubt my approach to music … Continue reading

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Single Celled Organism – “Splinter in the Eye”

Single Celled Organism is a neo-prog project by Jens Lueck from Germany. Neo-prog can really be a generic, vanilla form of prog in my opinion. It takes a lot to break free from the very SAFE sound of this sub … Continue reading

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Lucifer Was – “Morning Star”

I will start by admitting that I did not know who Lucifer Was was before being offered this album for review. Upon my first listen of their album Morning Star, I was struck by how classic sounding it was for … Continue reading

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Sectile – “Sectile” EP

There are times when a review is easy to write. Usually it’s when I really love something or really hate something. For Dublin’s Sectile, it’s actually neither of those. Their self titled EP is okay for what it is. The … Continue reading

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Kansas – “Leftoverture Live & Beyond”

Replacing a vocalist as dynamic and unique as Steve Walsh is damn near impossible. Kansas did it before when John Elefante was recruited in 1982. He did a decent job and it kept Kansas afloat until Walsh returned in 1985. … Continue reading

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