Category Archives: experimental rock

Progressive Music Planet radio show joins Delicious Agony Progressive Rock Radio!

In addition to having my weekly radio show LIVE each Sunday at 10am Eastern on Metal World Radio, I’m pleased to be rerun each Tuesday evening at 8pm Eastern on Delicious Agony Progressive Rock Radio! I’ve been on Metal World … Continue reading

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Progressive Music Planet Radio Show

Not sure if people are aware (or care for that matter) but I have a weekly radio show where I play music for 2 hours. The show is Sundays at 10am EDT, 3pm UK on http://www.metalworldradio.com but don’t worry it’s not … Continue reading

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Lunatic Soul – “Under a Fragmented Sky”

“Under a Fragmented Sky” comes barely 8 months after the last Lunatic Soul album, “Fractured.” So one of two situations come to mind. Either Mariusz Duda had intended to have 2 separate albums or “Under a Fragmented Sky” is the … Continue reading

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Traun – “The Lilac Moon,” “The Black Metal Princess” and “Escape from Spa Nine”

For all intents and purposes, the trilogy of releases from Traun called “The Lilac Moon,” “The Black Metal Princess” and “Escape from Spa Nine” make up three parts of a full album. Each of them are roughly 20 minutes long … Continue reading

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Ihsahn – “Ámr”

In my opinion, Ihsahn is a musical genius. I don’t use that term lightly either. The list of people that I classify as a musical genius is short. It’s much shorter when I limit it to living legends. Every album … Continue reading

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Rank ‘Em: Voivod studio albums

Voivod is one of my all-time favorite bands. A discussion with my good friends Russ and Rod led me to decide it was time to try to rank Voivod’s studio albums. I knew this would be hard since I love … Continue reading

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