Tag Archives: symphonic rock

Best of John Lodge

After decades between solo albums, The Moody Blues’ John Lodge is becoming increasingly active. Fresh off  The Royal Affair Tour over in the States where he played alongside Yes, Asia and Carl Palmer, he’s now preparing for the release of B Yond – The Very Best Of, due out on 27th September through BMG Records. B Yond features three new ...

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Scardust Acting Sweet

Following dates played in the UK this July, Israeli symphonic/progressive metal band Scardust saw their debut album Sands Of Time find an international release, they have released a lyric video for the track ‘Out Of Strong Came Sweetness’. ‘Out Of Strong Came Sweetness’ featuring guest vocals from “‘Out of Strong Came Sweetness’ is a key phrase in Samson and Delilah’s ...

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As Lights Fall with Alan Parsons

Grammy Award winning progressive rock maestro Alan Parsons has just released ‘As Lights Fall’, the third single from his latest album, The Secret, out now on Frontiers Music Srl. Alan’s longtime hobby has been performing magic and this brand new album showcases his own passion for the craft, hence the title The Secret. The album sees a return to the ...

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Borealis – The Offering

Borealis hail from Canada, The Offering their fourth album. It offers power metal that travels into the bordering hinterlands of symphonic rock and some progressive areas via its instrumental sections. Self-releasing their debut album World Of Silence in 2008, Borealis they would subsequently tour with the likes of Kamelot, Epica and Sonata Arctica in their homeland. When Fall From Grace ...

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Into The Unknown – Out of The Shadows

There are nine tracks featured across the length of Into The Unknown’s debut album Out of The Shadows, two being cover versions, the remainder co-written by vocalist Lucie Hölzlová, guitarist Ryan Atkins and bassist/producer Rupert Withers.  First up is a cover of Chris de Burgh’s ‘Don’t Pay The Ferryman’. However, if all you’ve heard by the man are easy listening ...

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Into The Unknown announce debut album ‘Out of The Shadows’

Into The Unknown release their debut album Out of The Shadows on 20th October through Vigilante Records. It will feature nine  self-written and  two covers. The original tracks were all co-written by vocalist Lucie Hölzlová, guitarist Ryan Atkins and bassist/producer Rupert Withers. With influences as diverse as Nightwish, Guns N’ Roses and Adele expect something rather unique! The full track ...

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The Enid complete Prog Trilogy

Seminal prog act The Enid release their new album Dust  on 1st April – This is the third in a trilogy that started with 2010’s Jouney’s End and was followed by 2012’s Invicta. Dust is the band’s 14th studio record and released on the band’s own Operation Seraphim label. It features the following tracks are as follows: ‘Born in the ...

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