Monthly Archives: March 2019

A.C.T – “Rebirth”

One of the first “new” progressive rock acts I got into back in the day. Feels weird to say that. But at a time when I only really knew of Yes, Dream Theater, and Rush, a good friend of mine … Continue reading

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Devin Townsend – “Empath”

I’ve been busy with personal things lately but I thought I could crank out a quick review. Yesterday saw the release of the new Devin Townsend album, “Empath.” I never received it from the label but I had preordered it … Continue reading

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Eveline’s Dust – k.

This is my first exposure to Eveline’s Dust so I had no idea what I was heading into when I gave it a spin. What i immediately noticed is that this is an album drenched in Porcupine Treeness, with a … Continue reading

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SERMON – “Birth of the Marvellous”

I honestly didn’t know what to expect when SERMON’s “Birth of the Marvellous” was offered to me. A little sneak peak while on break at work sealed the deal, and I was absolutely sold on it. The album itself is … Continue reading

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Tim Bowness – “Flowers At The Scene”

“Here’s an album for you to review. I know I didn’t even need to ask.” That’s what the boss said. Well, I do wear my fandoms on my sleeve. One of those fandoms is of no-man, Tim Bowness’ project with … Continue reading

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