Album Review: Fernando Perdomo, “Out to Sea”
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Album Review: Fernando Perdomo, “Out to Sea”

Musicians the world over understand: one of the hardest things to do when playing an instrument is to sound like yourself. More often than not, the musician finds himself mimicking the music he enjoys, sometimes without realizing it. With his first instrumental progressive rock album, Out to Sea, multi-instrumentalist Fernando Perdomo proves he is more … Continue reading

Show Review: Haken in Columbus, OH 8/29/17
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Show Review: Haken in Columbus, OH 8/29/17

Haken has become, in recent years, one of the most formidable progressive metal acts currently out there. While they made waves (pun intended) with their debut album, Aquarius, and saw a bump in profile with the follow up, Visions,  it has been their last two albums (the more prog-oriented The Mountain and the djent and electronica influenced Affinity) that have … Continue reading

Interview with Roie Avin (The Prog Report) about new book, ‘Essential Modern Progressive Rock Albums’
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Interview with Roie Avin (The Prog Report) about new book, ‘Essential Modern Progressive Rock Albums’

Roie Avin, editor of The Prog Report, announced yesterday that their website will be releasing a new book, titled Essential Modern Progressive Rock Albums. Unlike a lot of the current books on progressive rock that seem to stop in the mid-to-late 70s, this book will include influential and important albums that were released between 1990 and … Continue reading