There is nothing I love more than stumbling across a band whose music so enraptures me I can’t stop thinking about it.
Having been one of the first “journalists” to give Rapheumet’s Well any press upon the release of their first album
In part two of our Evergrey The Atlantic double feature, we look back on a recent interview with Tom Englund and Jonas Ekdahl, as they reflect on the band, the album, and the future. ED: It’s been two years since you gave us your last album, “The Storm Within”, arguably one of your best albums […]
In part one of our Evergrey The Atlantic double feature, we have a listen to the album and give our verdict. Released by: AFM Records Release Date: January 25, 2019 Genre: Progressive Metal Links: www.evergrey.net Pre-order: AFM Records Official Label Store Available as: Digipak CD Hardcover- Art-book incl. CD+DVD (Limited to 1000 units) Gatefold CRYSTAL CLEAR […]
it’s only right that Khan is back making music again, most fans will agree that the metal world is better off for it, despite your personal opinions aside on how his exit went down in regards to the previously mentioned band, a truly one of the great Rock tenors that we have had on the scene.
One of my most anticipated things about Tiara was getting to hear how Tommy Karevik would sound back with Seventh Wonder, after spending three albums with Kamelot…
As the album worked its way on, I came to the realization that no, this sounds nothing at all like Tom of Evergrey. It’s 100% Tom of Redemption. Even Tom is stretching out his abilities in ways I didn’t know he could.
I was cautiously optimistic before hearing Long Night’s Journey Into Day, and thankfully it managed to exceed my best expectations and has become both my favorite album from Redemption, as well as my favorite album involving Tom S. Englund in quite some time.
Anyone who’s heard a Symphony X album before should have a good idea of what to expect here, as Michael hasn’t strayed too far from his normal style here, offering up the kind of aggressive, epic and at times melodic and relaxing progressive metal his band has become known for.
Words and Pictures: Robert Cavuoto Sons of Apollo performed a high octane show at the PlayStation Theater in New York City on Friday, May 18th to support their latest progressive metal masterpiece, Psychotic Symphony. They are a powerhouse group of all-star musicians featuring Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal on guitar, Mike Portnoy on drums, Derek […]