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Rob’s Recommendation Roundup: Volume 20

Hail Spirit Noir – “Eden In Reverse” Agonia Records 19 June 2020 I hadn’t heard of Greece’s Hail Spirit Noir prior to this so I had no expectations coming into this. From what I read about them, they were more … Continue reading

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Caligula’s Horse – Rise Radiant

Caligula’s Horse returns from Down Under with album number 5. Rise Radiant is another logical step in the band’s evolution. I recently went back and walked my way through their discography, while the core of what make them them is … Continue reading

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Haken – “Virus”

Let’s get this out of the way, the album title for the new Haken album is “Virus” and the timing for that name is…unfortunate. I suppose the upside is that it’s not called “COVID-19.” The title is a direct tie … Continue reading

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Subsignal – A Song For The Homeless (Live in Rüsselsheim 2019)

Subsignal return with their first live release in 8 years. Coming off the support tour for their latest release, La Muerta, the band are in top form and blaze through a career spanning set and show just what they are … Continue reading

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Rob’s Recommendation Roundup: Volume 19

Secrets of the Moon – “Black House” Label: Prophecy Productions Release Date: 8 May 2020 Secrets of the Moon aren’t a prog band in the traditional sense of the word. In fact, I am quite sure that most people would … Continue reading

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Pattern-Seeking Animals – “Prehensile Tales”

Spock’s Beard side project Pattern-Seeking Animals is back with their second album “Prehensile Tales” which is hot on the heels of their self titled debut that was released just last year. The band consists of current Spock’s Beard members Ted … Continue reading

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Katatonia – “City Burials”

After a (thankfully) brief hiatus, Katatonia got back in action with a tour to honor the 10th anniversary of “Night is the New Day” in 2019. So naturally the next step was a new album and that’s something I always … Continue reading

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