Category Archives: progressive rock

Legendary prog-rockers CAMEL announce UK tour dates for September 2018

Camel is hitting the road in 2018 in the UK and is playing “Moonmadness” in its entirety! That album is still my personal favorite. They are also playing many classic tracks as well. Mainman Andrew Lattimer is still steering the … Continue reading

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Staring Into Nothing – “Power”

Staring Into Nothing is a trio from California who have a very modern prog sound. Musically, they remind me a bit of a mix of Steven Wilson and Roger Waters. The Waters comparison comes from the overall message in the … Continue reading

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Umphrey’s McGee announce new album “it’s not us” out on January 12th!

Umphrey’s McGee is one of my favorite bands, so it’s great to hear that 2018 will be off to an awesome start with the release of their new album, “it’s not us.” I’ll be reviewing the album for the site … Continue reading

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Lucas Lee – “Acceptances of Gravitational Collapsing Manifestations”

And the winner for longest album title of the year goes to Lucas Lee for “Acceptances of Gravitational Collapsing Manifestations.” With a title like that, you know it’s prog. And with the legendary Marco Minnemann on drums, you know the … Continue reading

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Interview with Mick Moss of Antimatter

It’s been 10 years since you released “Leaving Eden,” which has now been reissued. How has your approach to your music changed since then? Or has it? I’m constantly learning and evolving, so without a doubt my approach to music … Continue reading

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Lucifer Was – “Morning Star”

I will start by admitting that I did not know who Lucifer Was was before being offered this album for review. Upon my first listen of their album Morning Star, I was struck by how classic sounding it was for … Continue reading

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Kansas – “Leftoverture Live & Beyond”

Replacing a vocalist as dynamic and unique as Steve Walsh is damn near impossible. Kansas did it before when John Elefante was recruited in 1982. He did a decent job and it kept Kansas afloat until Walsh returned in 1985. … Continue reading

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