Monthly Archives: January 2018

Kamelot announce the release date for “The Shadow Theory”

  Below is the press release for the upcoming album by Kamelot plus the album artwork! After releasing the title of the upcoming KAMELOT masterpiece and very first shows of the The Shadow Tour in the Netherlands, Norway and the UK, it’s time to … Continue reading

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Neo proggers Time Collider to release debut album “Travel Conspiracy” in May

UK neo prog supergroup Time Collider announce their debut album “Travel Conspiracy” to be released May 1, 2018. The band features former Pendragon drummer Fudge Smith, renown bassist John Jowitt (IQ, Jadis, Frost* to name a few), and keyboardist Stephen … Continue reading

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Interview with Monty Colvin of Galactic Cowboys

I had the honor to interview bassist extraordinaire Monty Colvin of Galactic Cowboys. GC just reunited after 17 years and as a massive fan since their self titled debut, I was ecstatic! Here’s my conversation with Monty: First off, welcome … Continue reading

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Extremities – “Gaia”

People who share music with you are good people.  When Progman Rob sends me music to review, it’s like I have a personal Pandora-station making suggestions based on what he knows like.  It’s pretty cool.  [“awww, Ryan. -Rob] The email … Continue reading

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Legend of The Seagullmen – “Legend of The Seagullmen”

Legend of The Seagullmen are the latest “supergroup” in metal. Danny Carey of Tool and Brent Hinds of Mastodon are the big names present. The band also has director Jimmy Howard on guitar, and Pete Griffin of Zappa Plays Zappa … Continue reading

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Magnum – “Lost On The Road To Eternity”

Magnum has been around a long time. I actually always meant to listen to them over the years but just never did. I finally did when I reviewed their last album, “Sacred Blood ‘Divine’ Lies.” Rather than just accept the … Continue reading

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