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Heavy Montréal: Impressions, Expressions, and Things in Between (Day 2 of 2)

(CONTENT WARNING: Explicit language in a few spots) As a neophyte both to the festival and most of the artists involved, I got lost in the music, which is high praise. Each day is listed in the order that the … Continue reading

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Heavy Montréal: Impressions, Expressions, and Things in Between (Day 1 of 2)

(CONTENT WARNING: Explicit language in a few spots) As a neophyte both to the festival and most of the artists involved, I got lost in the music, which is high praise. Each day is listed in the order that the … Continue reading

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ProgPowerUSA 2018 – Day Three

Each day will be listed in the order that the bands performed. And if you missed Day Two, you can find it here. . . . Manimal (Power Metal from Sweden) . I went in cold on this one. I … Continue reading

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Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy – “Live”

Carl Palmer is the final living member of the legendary prog group Emerson, Lake and Palmer. Prior to the untimely passing of both Keith Emerson and Greg Lake, Palmer formed a power trio called Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy. Not only … Continue reading

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Devin Townsend Project – “Ocean Machine: Live at the Ancient Roman Theatre Plovdiv”

“Ocean Machine: Live at the Ancient Roman Theatre Plovdiv” is the latest live album from Devin Townsend and his last under the moniker the Devin Townsend Project. He disbanded the group last year so this live set, recorded with an … Continue reading

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Fates Warning – “Live Over Europe”

Live albums are always hard for me to review. It’s one thing to be at the show and another to listen to one on an album. It’s all about the energy. Plus I rarely find live versions of songs to … Continue reading

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