Monthly Archives:

October 2014

  • Album Reviews

    Çağrı Raydemir – Diğer Yan

    The ability of music to move you and to make an impact on your life transcends all barriers of language, custom and culture. When you hear the first note its impact…

  • Album Reviews

    Heliopolis – City of the Sun

    How would you define Progressive Rock? After quick troll round the internet, I came up with this, “Progressive rock (often shortened to prog or prog rock) is a form of rock…

  • Uncategorized

    Kattah – Lapis Lazuli

    Kattah – Lapis Lazuli kattah-lapis-lazuli 0 http://ladyobscure.com/albums/kattah-lapis-lazuli/ Wed, 29 Oct 2014 15:47:32 +0000 Phoenix South America is well known for their rabid enthusiasm for heavy metal, and Brazil is no exception…

  • Q&A With LOMM

    Jeff Teets of MindMaze

    Name: Jeff  Teets Band: MindMaze Label: Inner Wound Recordings Location: Allentown, PA (USA) Genre: Traditional/Power Metal, Progressive Metal Discography: -Mask of Lies (February 2013) (Independent) -Back From the Edge (October 2014)…

  • Specials

    New Video from Semantic Saturation

    POSSESSION, BLOOD, INSANITY AND A MUSIC VIDEO Shant Hagopian is a very talented musician, whom we appreciate a lot here at Lady Obscure Music Magazine. Many of you would remember that…

  • Album Reviews

    Tiras Buck – Songs for Parked Cars

    This may sound a bit hypocritical, especially as I often wax lyrical about my love of progressive music but, really good music actually transcends genres and is just, well, really good!…

  • Interviews

    Interview with Elize Ryd of Amaranthe 2014

    I’ve known Elize Ryd since since 2012 when Amaranthe made their U.S. live debut in 2012. Not only is she a talented singer/songstress,an amazing dancer and model, she is also charming,…

  • Q&A With LOMM

    Simon McKechnie

    Bio: This album and the last have been solo projects with colleagues from my career coming in to record for me. Before these two prog rock albums I had worked for…

  • Q&A With LOMM

    Temple of Void

    Bio: Temple of Void started when Eric and I decided to work together. We respected each other’s guitar style and we knew if we put our heads down we could write…