From Chicago hail instrumental progressive rock trio Sons Of Ra. The band is Erik Oldman on guitars, Keith Wakefield on bass and
Father and son Tippin are back with a new album, The Unwakening. And where on their previous output I applauded the melancholy
Of course, reviewing this CD means for the foreseeable future I will have a hard time explaining I rarely discuss live albums
Normally I rarely feature live albums. Especially when I have doubts whether the contents have been “fixed” afterwards in a studio. But
The previously unknown (to me) fellow Dutchman Joep Pelt released this album last year. And it is his way of paying tribute
From Greece come Aeons In Solitude. This is their debut and while artwork and title may hint at a rather dark metal
From Canada (I think) come Inner Odyssey, a 5 piece prog rock / metal band with this self released album. And I
On February 3 Rock Company will release the new album Hard Core by D’Ercole. This also marks the 50th release on the
Probably the band with the longest name in the world, and sadly one I do not know anything about. They sent me
Last year I wrote a piece about the album Force Of Nature from Cody Carpenter. And now it is time for his
I guess that title and artwork can only hint at one thing, the 1994 skating controversy between Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding.
If ever there was a title that fits the contents, then it must be this one. This is an album that showcases
While this marks the first Blind Ego album to get a feature, it certainly is not the first time Kalle Wallner (RPWL)
Back in the player is Jerome Reuter, a.k.a. Rome. With an album he recorded in ehhh Dublin with friends and local talents.