Monthly Archives: January 2018

Therion – “Beloved Antichrist”

What is 46 songs in length and clocks in at 182 minutes and 26 seconds? Why yes, it’s the new Therion album, “Beloved Antichrist.” This album is the definition of massive. Three acts split across three discs, making an epic … Continue reading

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Hago – “Hago”

If Umphrey’s McGee, Consider the Source, and Snarky Puppy had a few weeks to hang out and write music, HAGO sounds to me like what could result. This is music written by musicians who are talented enough to perform exactly … Continue reading

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Jadis to release 25th Anniversary edition of debut album “More Than Meets the Eye,” announces Spring tour

Jadis have been a favorite of mine since releasing their debut album “More Than Meets the Eye” way back in 1992. Now the band will be releasing a special 25th Anniversary Edition of the album which includes a new mix … Continue reading

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DID – “Dissociative Identity Disorder”

“Dissociative Identity Disorder”, or DID as they are known, are a French neo-prog band that, while they aren’t breaking any new ground, do know what they are doing when it comes to symphonic neo-prog. The band are instrumentalists who use … Continue reading

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STEVE HACKETT – Wuthering Nights: Live in Birmingham out now!

Here’s the full press release for the new Steve Hackett live album “Wuthering Nights: Live in Birmingham.”   Today sees the release of ‘Wuthering Nights: Live in Birmingham’, the new live release from guitar legend Steve Hackett.  Wuthering Nights was filmed … Continue reading

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Fu Manchu – “Clone of the Universe”

I know what you’re thinking. Fu Manchu on a prog site?? Well hang on there. First off, I’ve loved this band since 1999’s “King of the Road.” They have that desert rock sound that Kyuss did and I loved Kyuss. … Continue reading

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