Sunday, January 16, 2022
Steve Hackett - Surrender Of Silence

Steve Hackett – Surrender Of Silence

Like his previous album, Under A Mediterranean Sky, this new album was also recorded under lockdown conditions, but there the similarity ends. Whereas ‘...
Rolling Stones

Graham Gordon – The Rolling Stones Before They Became The Stones

This book was originally published in 2018 and was written from the perspective, despite the similarity of name, that there are in fact two...

Jordsjø deliver a passionate and inspired folk-tinged prog opus

Norwegian prog-rockers Jordsjø are something out of the ordinary as evidenced by the stunning quality of their previous releases (the flawless Nattfiolen in particular) and the...
The Paradox Twin

The Paradox Twin – Silence from Signals

Three years on from their somewhat stunning 2018 debut album, The Importance Of Mr Bedlam, The Paradox Twin release their second album. Like Mr...
Tokyo Blade

Tokyo Blade back with a Dark Revolution

Yes, the stalwarts of NWOBHM are back and ready to show why they should have been up there with those other bands that moved...
Trucker Diablo

Trucker Diablo wag the Tail End of a Hurricane

From a startlingly good debut through the three subsequent releases one thing was always guaranteed: Trucker Diablo would be there to rock your socks...
Bury Tomorrow

Bury Tomorrow lay out a feast on Cannibal

Bury Tomorrow have a special little place in my heart, having seen them play my hometown in their very early days and having the...

Cormac Neeson bears all on White Feather

The frontman of the band that should have achieved global recognition (The Answer), Cormac Neeson finally sees his solo album get a wider release...
Heavy Feather

Heavy Feather float a ‘Mountain of Sugar’

Heavy Feather’s first album Débris & Rubble (2019) was featured in RAMzine issue 22, when I said “they show how to take influences like...
It Bites

Prog VeteranIt Bites call on The Tall Ships

It Bites are a band about whom it’s been said ‘They’ve dipped their toes into so many different musical areas, they’re difficult to categorise.’ ...