Monthly Archives: November 2018

HEADPHONE MEDITATIONS: Secret Oyster – “STRAIGHT TO THE KRANKENHAUS”

Let me begin by saying that this album, in my opinion, is a lost gem. The fourth and last studio album, originally released by CBS Denmark in 1976, is the result of an already talented band coming to their creative … Continue reading

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DREAM THEATER RETURN WITH 14th STUDIO ALBUM DISTANCE OVER TIME SCHEDULED FOR WORLDWIDE RELEASE ON FEBRUARY 22, 2019

I know most people know about this but here’s the official press release regarding the brand new album by Dream Theater!   Band To Embark on The Distance Over Time Tour of North America Beginning March 2019   Two-time Grammy-nominated … Continue reading

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Antimatter – “Black Market Enlightenment”

Time to start with another one of my disclaimers. I love Antimatter so a new album by Mick Moss would have to be dreadful for me not to like it. That said, I do tend to have higher expectations for … Continue reading

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Anneke van Giersbergen – Symphonized

I was first introduced to Anneke via The Gentle Storm and have loved her voice ever since. Loved her work with Devin too (ok, so I heard her first on Epicloud, but really took note on TGS), and got to … Continue reading

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