Category Archives: atmospheric metal

TesseracT – “Sonder”

“Sonder” marks a first for TesseracT. They have kept a vocalist for two straight releases! Dan Tompkins has indeed stayed with the band and that’s great news for sure. Look, if you are expecting some sort of dramatic chance from … Continue reading

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Crone – “Godspeed”

Secrets of the Moon have become one of my favorite bands. I love the fact that they have indeed progressed over the years and their last album “Sun” was more melodic than ever and a bit of a departure. I’ll … Continue reading

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Hypno5e/A Backward Glance on a Travel Road – “Alba – Les Ombres Errantes”

Prog bands should take left turns from time to time. It’s what makes them “progressive.” The last album by French band Hypno5e was insane. “Shores of the Abstract Line” was epic, atmospheric and over the top. So how could they … Continue reading

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Bob Katsionis – “Prognosis & Synopsis”

Keyboard wiz Bob Katsionis is probably best known for his work with Firewind. At least that’s where I know him from. While he plays a key role with that band, he is constantly overshadowed by guitarist Gus G. I’ve heard … Continue reading

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Crippled Black Phoenix – “Horrific Honorifics”

Crippled Black Phoenix have always been a band that have done cover songs. They are really good at them too. I suppose it was only a matter of time before they did an all cover album or EP. “Horrific Honorifics” … Continue reading

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Deathwhite – “For a Black Tomorrow”

Back in 2015, I reviewed the last EP by Deathwhite. In it, I remarked how I assumed they would be a band I should like but that the EP just wasn’t quite good enough. I closed by saying they were … Continue reading

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