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The Flower Kings – Waiting For Miracles Album Review

The Flower Kings – Waiting For Miracles Album Review By David Kerber The Flower Kings are back! Six years after their last studio work Desolation rose and just in time for the 25th anniversary of the band, the Prog Band around exceptional guitarist Roine Stolt returns with a double album. Although it

Seventh Son – Arc Of Infinity Album Review

Seventh Son - Arc Of Infinity Album Review By David Kerber   The Japanese band Seventh Son is (still) largely unknown in Europe. But this is not due to musical abilities, but rather to missing publications in Europe. This was now stopped, because three years after the first release in Japan, the second

The Skys – Automatic Minds Album Review

The Skys - Automatic Minds Album Review By David Kerber The Lithuanian band The Skys was founded in 1995. For their fourth album, the band has again invited some illustrious guests. The best known are certainly Snowy White and Neil Taylor (Robbie Williams Band). The Lithuanians play Progressive Rock in the style

Lemuria – A Hysterical Hunt Album Review

Lemuria - A Hysterical Hunt Album Review By David Kerber Normally I can’t take pleasure in Black Metal. Mainly because of the vocals but also musically I do not like most black metal bands. But there are a few exceptions, one of which is Lemuria from Belgium. They recently released their third

Southern Empire – Civilisation Review

Southern Empire – Civilisation Review by David Kerber And again an Australian band. Last time I reviewed Dead City Ruins, now it’s Southern Empire's turn. A progressive rock band that includes former Unitopia members, and is pretty much the only Australian prog rock band I know of. Because next to Southern Empire

Cyrcus Flyght – The Clueless Caravan Review

Cyrcus Flyght - The Clueless Caravan Review by David Kerber In 2012, the then Vigilance members Uwe Fleischhauer and Kai-Uwe Broek decided to found their own prog band. But it took some years until the band from Oldenburg decided to write their own songs and produce an album. Well, 2018, it finally

Poison Pill Album Review by David Kerber

Poison Pill   Several anonymous musicians from Sweden, who together pay homage to heavy metal. Is there a Ghost offshoot of former Ghost musicians? Probably not, because Poison Pill sound quite different than Ghost have done and still do. Because the poison pills sound more like Priest, King Diamond and consorts. Say

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