Monthly Archives: August 2018

Rikard Sjöblom’s Gungfly announce new album ‘Friendship’

Here is the press release for the upcoming album by Rikard Sjöblom’s Gungfly: __________________________________________________________________ Rikard Sjöblom’s Gungfly are pleased to announce ‘Friendship’, their brand new studio album, due out on November 9th, 2018. Following the release of 2017’s ‘On Her … Continue reading

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Susan’s Favorite Albums: King Crimson – Discipline (1981)

If you were living in the Midwest of the United States in the early 1980s, chances are the way you were introduced to new music was via the radio. Cable TV wasn’t widespread yet, and the internet was nothing like … Continue reading

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The Tangent announce new studio album ‘Proxy’

Here is the press release for the new album by The Tangent. The Tangent, the progressive rock group led by Andy Tillison, will release their 10th studio album ‘Proxy’ on November 16th, 2018. Recorded during the band’s tour with Karmakanic … Continue reading

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The Vintage Caravan – “Gateways”

If there are two genres that have consistently held my attention (and my heart) throughout the years, it is stoner and psychedelic rock. So when The Vintage Caravan’s fourth studio album was offered to me, well… Color me very excited. … Continue reading

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Ethernity – “The Human Race Extinction”

Hailing from Belgium, Ethernity are a progressive metal band made up of vocalist Julie Colin, Julien Spreutels on keyboards, Nicolas Spreutels on drums, Francois Spreutels on bass, and guitars provided by Francesco Mattei (lead) and Thomas Henry. For more of … Continue reading

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Omnium Gatherum – “The Burning Cold”

It’s not often I find myself drawn deeply into a death metal album. In fact, it’s a style I can take or leave sometimes. Too loud. Unable to understand anything over the guttural vocals. Not enough variety in the songs … Continue reading

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Gryphon – “ReInvention”

It’s been 41 years since the last album by Gryphon. Everyone talks about Gentle Giant making a come back but why not Gryphon? When last we heard from them it was 1977 and the album was the vastly underrated “Treason.” … Continue reading

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