Monthly Archives: October 2019

In Mourning – “Garden of Storms”

I’ve been into In Mourning for a few years now, since 2012’s “The Weight of Oceans.” That album was awesome, so much do that I went back and got their first 2 albums. The band had a very solid Opethian … Continue reading

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The Fierce And The Dead – “Live USA 17”

The Fierce And The Dead traveled far from their home in the UK to play at the RoS Fest in my part of the world, the US. Journeying such a distance to play a gig, you would think the band … Continue reading

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PMP on Patreon, video music reviews

I’ll admit that I’ve never been a fan of Patreon but circumstances have dictated that I rethink that. Recently. my “real” job went through “restructuring.” So I thought I should perhaps take PMP further and see where that leads. So … Continue reading

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Flying Colors – “Third Degree”

Rock supergroup Flying Colors have returned with their aptly titled third album, “Third Degree” which is their first in 5 years. The band is still made up of guitar god Steve Morse, his bassist buddy Dave LaRue, keyboardist/vocalist Neal Morse, … Continue reading

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