Category Archives: classical

Clouds Over Utopia – The Greenland Collectives

Prog rock from Jordan? Count me in! Clouds Over Utopia is a solo project by the very gifted Mohhammed Bilal Al Lahham. It took him 6 YEARS to make this album because he was determined to compose, learn and perform … Continue reading

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Drummer Andrea Bruzzone launches crowdfunding campaign to support debut album

“Glory Of The Supervenient” is the debut from the talented Italian drummer Andrea Bruzzone which blends metal, rock, jazz, electronic and even classical music. In order to fund the mixing, mastering and manufacturing costs, Bruzzone has launched a campaign via … Continue reading

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Nucleus Torn – “Blowing Up The Entire World (Explosions 1997 – ­2015)”

To say that “Blowing Up The Entire World (Explosions 1997 – ­2015)” is impressive is an understatement. It encompasses the entire catalog of the band Nucleus Torn and represents what is the final statement for composer and visionary FS. FS … Continue reading

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Interview with FS of Nucleus Torn

FS, what made you feel like now was the time to disband Nucleus Torn? I know you’ve said that you’ve done all you’ve set out to do but how do you know when you’ve reached that point? That’s easy. I … Continue reading

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Amber Asylum – “Sin Eater”

I am someone who does like to explore the boundaries of progressive music. It’s one of the reasons I am drawn to a label such as Prophecy Productions. Yes I am kissing ass for a second. The artists that they … Continue reading

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