Tag Archives: Roger King

The Mute Gods - Tardigrades Will Inherit The Earth

The Mute Gods – Tardigrades Will Inherit The Earth

The Mute Gods gave birth to a formidable debut album with last year’s Do Nothing Till Your Hear From Me. Critically appraised, presumably good sales, they’re back not only to show there’s still life in the old dogs but that they’re ready bark even more furiously at those things that annoy them. As before, it’s politics and religion mainly; the ...

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Review: The Mute Gods – Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me

Early progressive rock abandoned its psychedelic birth-mother in search of musical adventurism. That the worlds of fantasy and science fiction were going through a new redefining phase too back then meant many bands drew lyrical inspiration from such works. Stretching out, exploring new worlds, looking to discover. In reality we’ve still only got as far as the moon here in ...

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Steve Hackett Rehearsal Videos

Intent on causing prog rock fans to drool incessantly or at the least shed a tear nostalgically, Steve Hackett has been releasing some short video clips of early rehearsals for his forthcoming Acolyte To Wolflight with Genesis Revisited Tour. The tour will feature songs from his latest top forty album Wolflight alongside solo classics to be featured on the Premonitions ...

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