Inner Odyssey, The Void, 2020

From Canada (I think) come Inner Odyssey, a 5 piece prog rock / metal band with this self released album. And I

New releases and videos from Rock Company

On February 3 Rock Company will release the new album Hard Core by D’Ercole. This also marks the 50th release on the

Hats Off Gentlemen It’s Adequate, Nostalgia For Infinity, 2020

Probably the band with the longest name in the world, and sadly one I do not know anything about. They sent me

Cody Carpenter, Control, 2020

Last year I wrote a piece about the album Force Of Nature from Cody Carpenter. And now it is time for his

The Ninth, Olympic Dream Nightmare, 2020

I guess that title and artwork can only hint at one thing, the 1994 skating controversy between Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding.

Nili Brosh, Spectrum, 2019

If ever there was a title that fits the contents, then it must be this one. This is an album that showcases

Blind Ego, Preaching To The Choir, 2020

While this marks the first Blind Ego album to get a feature, it certainly is not the first time Kalle Wallner (RPWL)

Rome, The Dublin Session, 2019

Back in the player is Jerome Reuter, a.k.a. Rome. With an album he recorded in ehhh Dublin with friends and local talents.

MonoDeluX, Thirteen Minutes, 2020

From Long Beach California hail MonoDeluX. With Ho Dagger on vocals and guitar, Joe E. on bass and Rob Knonel on drums.

Jack Green, The Party At The End Of The World, 2020

And while the name Jack Green did not really ring a bell with me, reading through the press information I learned that

Sirkis Bialas IQ, Our New Earth, 2019

Second album from Asaf Sirkis (drums) and Sylwia Bialas (vocals and waterphone) with Frank Harrison on keyboards and Kevin Glasgow on bass.

Tusmorke, Leker For Barn, Ritualer For Volksne, 2019

This latest Tusmorke album is based on 2 children musicals; The Bridge To The Other Side and The Root Of All Evil.

Ruphus, Let Your Light Shine, 1976

Second time a 2019 Ruphus remaster has arrived here. And this is their third album, which marks a departure from their progrock

Ricky Diamond, Already Dead, 2019

If you mix a part of Mötörhead with a part of Metallica in a bowl of stoner metal and throw in a

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