All posts by Lone Watie

Corsair – One Eyed Horse Review

I want to hang with Corsair. Not with the band’s members, though that would also be cool, but no, I mean I want to hang out with the entity that is Corsair; its essence, I

The Proglodyte’s Bonepile – Prog Metal Goes Pop

This is The Proglodyte’s Bonepile, a place for words about progressive heavy metal music. Thanks for being here.  ••••• Way back before the ’14 holiday season, you may remember, we started talking about progressive metal

Wo Fat – The Conjuring Review

I don’t like The Weed. Makes me feel like I’m the only thing to look at for a million judging eyes. And that’s good, I suppose, because I love stoner rock and if pot actually

The Proglodyte’s Bonepile – Nnngh. Keys baaaaad!!!

This is The Proglodyte’s Bonepile, a place for words about progressive heavy metal music. Thanks for being here. I like all metals, really, but my bippy is most reliably and thoroughly flipped by the progressive

Spirit Descent – Seven Chapters In A Minor Review

Doom must cringe a little whenever somebody calls some rendition of it progressive. Of course, doom can be done with progressive flair, but the idea that it can be pushed, pulled, dragged outside its boundaries

OSI – Fire Make Thunder Review

OSI was born when Jim Matheos (Fates Warning, Arch/Matheos) sent Kevin Moore (ex-Dream Theater) some rough tracks he’d laid down as part of some idea-making for a prog-metal side project between Fates Warning albums. Matheos

Lord Mantis – Pervertor Review

Good hygiene is important; it’s a sign of maturity and, more basically, evolutionary fitness. Society expects cleanliness. But for some of us, that primal little devil inside who so enjoyed flinging us headlong into mud

Titular Homogeneity – The Wizard

Titular Homogeneity is all about tracing themes through Heavy Metal via their simplest index: song titles. So far epithetical anger, The Devil’s Holiday, and Prince Prospero’s folly have been examined. This time the focus is on one of