Monthly Archives:

July 2013

  • Specials

    Collateral Damage album out: The Carnival

    After the astonish show of 24th May in Rome, where Collateral Damage performed live their new studio album, we’re proud to announce the official release of The Carnival: the album will…

  • Q&A With LOMM

    The Anatomy of Frank

    Bio: The Anatomy of Frank, hailing from Charlottesville, Virginia, will record an album on every continent on earth.  Their debut album, Pangaea, is the prequel to this saga, and has already landed them…

  • Q&A With LOMM

    Spiral Key

    Bio: Ken – We formed Spiral Key in 2012 out of the frustration of the limitations of the local music scene and the kind of person who answers ‘musicians wanted’ adverts!…

  • - Album Reviews

    Fanticide- The Fall of Grace

    I tend to find that the music that strikes me deepest is that which I relate to the most, that which I have in one way or another lived through. Of…

  • Specials

    Souljourners New EP Out!!

    The second half of the year is going to kill me.. So much good music pouring on us… Shineback, James LaBrie, Haken, Illusion Suite… and now Souljourners is added to that…

  • - Album Reviews

    Pet Shop Boys – Electric

    The cover art to the Pet Shop Boys 12th album, ‘Electric’ is charming and enticing, a minimalististic Bridget Riley-esque piece of op-art, angular blue waves on a white background, alternating their positions as…

  • Q&A With LOMM

    Standing Ovation

    Bio: We are a Progressive Metal band hailing from the capital area of Finland. Progressive metal is a strong word, since it’s challenging to fit our music into any mold, but…

  • - Album Reviews

    Reign of the Architect – Rise

    There’s no denying that Rise, the debut album from international collective Reign of the Architect, is a hugely ambitious project. It is amongst the most complex records I’ve had the pleasure…

  • Interviews

    Lady with Simon Godfrey

    Hey guys! You know I recently reviewed the brilliant Shineback album, Rise Up Forgotten, Return Destroyed and a day ago, I had the chance to speak to the mastermind, Simon Godfrey! We…

  • Specials

    The Teardrop Explodes – Wilder (reissue)

    Julian Cope is a strange fish. After the release of The Teardrop Explodes’ second album ‘Wilder’ is 1981, and after many falling-outs with keyboardist David Balfe (who would later go on…