Monthly Archives:

September 2013

  • Album Reviews

    Fish – Feast of Consequences

    Humans are instinctual storytellers, it is the one trait that more than any other gave rise to our present state of being. What began as a survival tool to teach the…

  • - Album Reviews

    Relocator – Relocator

    It’s well known that I like a bit of jazz/prog fusion (Alessandro Bertoni anyone?) so, when Michael Schetter (who appears on the album as Michael Pruchnicki but, let’s not get into…

  • Album Reviews

    Amadeus Awad- Schizanimus

    Extremely talented guitarist, gifted composer, and all around nice guy, one could say that Amadeus Awad has a bright future ahead of him. From looking at his career so far though,…

  • Q&A With LOMM

    Fire Garden

    Fire garden is a progressive rock band from Chicago. Fire garden music is associated with progressive rock and progressive metal yet influenced by psychedelic rock, hard rock, folk and experimental music.…

  • - Album Reviews

    Edge of a Circle- Edge of a Circle

    From the opening notes of the debut EP from Sweden’s Edge of a Circle, you know you are in for something just a bit……different. The band was formed to explore their…

  • Q&A With LOMM

    Dissona

    Bio: [pullquote_right]Dissona is from the south Chicago-land area and has formally released two albums, our self-titled album Dissona in 2012, and a formal release in 2013 of our 2009 album Ten…

  • Album Reviews

    Warrion- Awakening the Serpent

    Active readers of my reviews may notice that I really like to review debut albums. Whether they turn out excellent or mediocre, there is almost nothing that is quite as interesting…

  • Specials

    Jam with Semantic Saturation!

    Musicians will have access to download WAV files of both isolated instrument Stems and Backing Tracks from the original record, for all nine songs from the debut album. Additionally, guitar players…

  • - Album Reviews

    The Answer – New Horizon

    Most people know I love my prog rock and prog metal, hell my monicker even spells it out, Progradar. Every now and then, though, I like to listen to some simple…