Monthly Archives: June 2018

Fates Warning – “Live Over Europe”

Live albums are always hard for me to review. It’s one thing to be at the show and another to listen to one on an album. It’s all about the energy. Plus I rarely find live versions of songs to … Continue reading

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Burial in the Sky – “Creatio Et Hominus”

In the league with Black Crown Initiate, early White Arms of Athena, and Fallujah, I’d label Pennsylvania’s Burial in the Sky Progressive Melodic Death Metal. In my opinion, track one “Nexus” and the last minute of “Tesla” tells the listener … Continue reading

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The Sea Within – “The Sea Within”

The Sea Within is the latest prog rock supergroup to come along. The band was assembled by Flower Kings guitarist Roine Stolt who immediately brought in Jonas Reingold, also from the Flower Kings, on bass. Stolt added Tom Brislin (former … Continue reading

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Haken – “L-1VE”

Well… Here we are. Haken’s first ever live album. And it’s got so much material, it is spread across two discs… well… four. I like being given bang for my buck. The physical copy comes with the Amsterdam concert on … Continue reading

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Lunatic Soul – “Under a Fragmented Sky”

“Under a Fragmented Sky” comes barely 8 months after the last Lunatic Soul album, “Fractured.” So one of two situations come to mind. Either Mariusz Duda had intended to have 2 separate albums or “Under a Fragmented Sky” is the … Continue reading

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Metalurgia – “Dimensiones: Tiempo y Espacio”

Metalurgia are an instrumental prog metal band from the Dominican Republic. This album can be viewed as a double EP or a single album. It comes in two parts “Dimensiones: Tiempo” and Dimensiones: Espacio.” For those who can’t get the … Continue reading

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