Monthly Archives: August 2018

Soen – “Lykaia Revisited”

We’ve already reviewed “Lykaia” by Soen so this isn’t about the music. In fact,  I like this album even more musically than when it came out! This is to take a look at “Lykaia Revisited” which is a remastered version … Continue reading

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Progressive Music Planet Radio Show: Prophets, Soothsayers & Faith Healers

This Sunday, I am back on Metal World Radio LIVE at 10am EDT, 3pm UK with two hours of Prog. The theme is “Prophets, Soothsayers & Faith Healers” which is the typical mystic shit that prog bands love. It was … Continue reading

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Arch/Matheos re-signs with Metal Blade Records; begins work on new album

Here’s some very exciting news from Metal Blade Records:     Metal Blade Records has proudly re-signed Arch/Matheos for a worldwide deal! Arch/Matheos began as a reunion between founding Fates Warning members John Arch (vocals) and Jim Matheos (guitar), who … Continue reading

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A Dying Planet – “Facing The Incurable”

Discussing the release “Facing The Incurable” by A Dying Planet is a challenge. The progressive metal community has come to expect high-level music from musicians Jasun and Troy Tipton (Zero Hour, Cynthesis, Abnormal Thought Patterns). I was eager to review … Continue reading

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3.2 – “The Rules Have Changed”

Before you read this review, stop right here and go read my interview with Robert Berry first. You need proper context before you go any further. I’ll wait here. CLICK HERE: https://progressivemusicplanet.wordpress.com/2018/07/04/interview-with-robert-berry-about-3-3-2-and-his-dear-friend-keith-emerson/ Go read it… OK, did you finish? I’ll … Continue reading

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The Eternal – “Waiting for the Endless Dawn”

“Waiting for the Endless Dawn” is the sixth album by The Eternal and the first one that I’ve heard by the Aussies. They play a heavily prog influenced brand of doom metal. I’d compare them with bands like Katatonia, While … Continue reading

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Royal Hunt – “Cast in Stone”

Denmark’s Royal Hunt have been around quite a few years now. So have I for that matter. I first found them back when Magna Carta Records signed them and released “Paradox.” The label then reissued the previous album “Moving Target.” … Continue reading

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