Sunday, January 16, 2022
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...
Deafheaven

Deafheaven go deep with Infinite Granite

Deafheaven attempted a meteoric shift on Infinite Granite, but do they pull it off? When Deafheaven revealed Great Mass of Color, the first single from...
Mostly Autumn

Mostly Autumn shine on Graveyard Star

Mostly Autumn have been around since 1995 and, admirably, have always maintained their independence from big labels and the pressure that brings: they’ve grown...

Delilah Bon, Self Titled and Self Made

It’s rare that in the modern-day an artist can pave the way for something incredibly unheard of. It’s not often, that someone is so...
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...
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.’ ...
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...
If Nothing Is

Norway’s If Nothing Is unleash a maelstrom of punishing avantgarde brilliance

Allow me to start this off by stating that there is nothing even remotely straightforward or pedestrian about this raging tempest of wildly creative...

The Anchoress bares all on raw new album

For the uninitiated, The Anchoress is Catherine Anne Davies, a welsh songstress and multi-instrumentalist whose 2016 debut album, Confessions of a Romantic Novelist, announced...
Gentle Giant

Gentle Giant pen their new release Free Hand

For aficionados of classic 1970’s prog rock, the name Gentle Giant is revered. Emerging from Simon Dupree & the Big Sound (remember “Kites?”) they...