Category Archives: space rock

A Devil’s Din – “Skylight”

“What would Syd do?” That could have been the title of this album by A Devil’s Din. “Skylight” is a fair estimation of what Pink Floyd could have sounded like had Syd Barrett not lost his mind to LSD. The … Continue reading

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Voivod – “Post Society” EP

First of all, there is no way possible for me to be objective about Voivod. I LOVE VOIVOD! I’ve loved every single album they have done. I love “Angel Rat.” I love both albums with E-Force fronting the band. I … Continue reading

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Monster Magnet – “Cobras and Fire (The Mastermind Redux)”

After a successful revamping (or re-imagining) of the last Monster Magnet album “Last Patrol,” which was re-christened as “Milking the Stars,” Dave Wyndorf decided to take another look at 2010’s album “Mastermind.” Unlike “Last Patrol,” it was going to be … Continue reading

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Interview with Dave Wyndorf of Monster Magnet

I’ve been a huge fan of Monster Magnet since the release of Superjudge back in 1993. So I was very excited to get to speak with the great Dave Wyndorf of Monster Magnet. We discussed the redux of “Mastermind” called … Continue reading

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Various Artists – “Side Effects”

Prog should always be bold. Nothing is quite as bold as having a set of cover songs spread across 4 LPs. Did I mention that each song takes up one side of vinyl (just like “Tales from Topographic Oceans”)? Well, … Continue reading

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