Album Reviews

Ryo Okumoto – The Myth of the Mostrophus Review

The album seemingly ends too quickly, even though the 6 songs are usually misleading on any Prog record since they are usually lengthy numbers, but overall “The Myth of the Mostrophus” is a solid effort from Ryo Okumoto and with the guest lists of season musicians, you have a pretty satisfying piece of music. Obviously geared at prog heads per se, but the music is not overly done and overly produce that takes away from the record. The production is top-notch done once more by a long time Spock’s Beard producer Rich Mouser. Check it out!!!.

Album Reviews

Jorn – Over the Horizon Radar Review

I love it when an artist I enjoy comes back better than ever and shows his naysayers they’re wrong. Jorn is back with a brilliant release in Over the Horizon Radar. I never doubted you for a minute.

Album Reviews

James Labrie – Beautiful Shade of Grey Review

‘Beautiful Shades of Grey’ is the title of LaBrie’s new album, an album that has its roots back in 2011. LaBrie was contributing with some vocals to Eden’s Curse’s ‘No Holy Man’ which was the moment that met bassist Paul Logue.

Album Reviews

Jeff Scott Soto – Complicated Review

I guess I’m just going to have to face facts: I may never get the chance to write a negative review about Jeff. It’s no wonder that he is as loved and admired in the world of AOR/melodic hard rock, but it is still a shame his name isn’t known in every household in the world. His talent is too great not to be.

Interviews Video

James LaBrie on the Release of His Fourth Solo CD, Beautiful Shade of Grey – It Paying Homage to the Classic Rock Era of the Late 60s and 70s!

This release started to take shape with his friend and fellow collaborator, bassist Paul Logue of Eden’s Curse, shortly after the global pandemic. It’s inherently personal as it touches upon maturation, loss, complex relationships, and James’ burning passion for music.

Album Reviews

Michael Sweet -Ten Review

I like the fact that Michael Sweet isn’t afraid to do what he wants on his albums. Ten feels to me as if it is a more retrospective Michael Sweet, hitting various key points of his career, whether it was paying tribute to his heroes to hitting the high spots of his own bands…


Andy Biersack on His New Graphic Novel The Ghost Of Ohio – I Wanted My Comic to Feel More Traditional!

Interview and Live Photos : Robert Cavuoto Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides/Andy Black) has partnered with Z2 Comics for the release of his first graphic novel The Ghost of Ohio. It’s an original story idea created by Andy with Scott Tuft and artist Eryk Donovan. This release comes hot on the heels of Andy’s sophomore CD […]