Fusing classic hard rock with melodies, the Danish band Pinnacle Point released their debut album “Winds Of Change” in March of this year via Perris Records
Most of you know Mitchell from prog rocker outfit Arena, contributing to albums like “The Visitor” and “Immortal?”
while previous Ayreon albums have had some impressive casts, this has to be the best one yet!
The 40th-anniversary edition of what in my opinion is the definitive Rush album is one that no self-respecting fan should be without
the band discuss their musical mortality and confirm that replacing members in order for them to continue touring will always be out of the question
I’m not sure what surprises me most – the quality and magnitude of this release or the fact that this creation is the product of only 3 musicians
I caught up with Steve to discuss his new CD, the tour, and of course his guitar genius.
Salvation celebrating prog metal with all nuances you could imagine. This song is definitely the highlight, but all the other ones can easily compete.
Musically the band was, as always, spot on recreating the sounds that can be made perfectly matching those on record yet always with added passion and energy.
This being their 25th anniversary since forming and also the 10th anniversary of their seventh studio album ‘The Great Cold Distance’ tonight’s performance was to be one of two sets.