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Soen – “Lykaia Revisited”

We’ve already reviewed “Lykaia” by Soen so this isn’t about the music. In fact,  I like this album even more musically than when it came out! This is to take a look at “Lykaia Revisited” which is a remastered version … Continue reading

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A Dying Planet – “Facing The Incurable”

Discussing the release “Facing The Incurable” by A Dying Planet is a challenge. The progressive metal community has come to expect high-level music from musicians Jasun and Troy Tipton (Zero Hour, Cynthesis, Abnormal Thought Patterns). I was eager to review … Continue reading

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The Eternal – “Waiting for the Endless Dawn”

“Waiting for the Endless Dawn” is the sixth album by The Eternal and the first one that I’ve heard by the Aussies. They play a heavily prog influenced brand of doom metal. I’d compare them with bands like Katatonia, While … Continue reading

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Royal Hunt – “Cast in Stone”

Denmark’s Royal Hunt have been around quite a few years now. So have I for that matter. I first found them back when Magna Carta Records signed them and released “Paradox.” The label then reissued the previous album “Moving Target.” … Continue reading

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Semantic Saturation – Paradigms

I’m new to Semantic Saturation so I dove into this one without knowing anything about them. Figured I would give it a full, fresh, blind listen. And I enjoy what I hear. . The band is made up of creator … Continue reading

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Unicorn – “The Weirdest of Tales (2018 Remaster)”

Dan Swanö has been going thru the original recordings of his old prog band Unicorn and giving them a sonic facelift. He started last year with “A Collection of Worlds – Resurrection.” And now. he has moved onto the next … Continue reading

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