Tag: Mekong Delta

Best of 2020 – Lone Watie: We Find What We Look For

Of course, in terms of human events, a year is an arbitrary construct. It isn’t a thing with agency. A year doesn’t do things. But maaaan, 2020 feels like a real life son-of-a-bitch, doesn’t it?

Last Rites’ Facebook Albums Of The Week: September 15th – September 21st

“Album Of The Day” is a Last Rites Facebook feature we started with a very straight-forward purpose: highlight one album per day, and say a few words about it. Understanding that not everyone chooses to

Mekong Delta – In A Mirror Darkly Review

In his excellent encapsulation of the progressive metal phenomenon, 2010’s Mean Deviation, author and former Metal Maniacs editor Jeff Wagner outlines a definite division between bands that are “Progressive” and those that are “progressive.” To

Mekong Delta – Intersections Review

In 1985, Ralf Hubert started a band he didn’t intend to join. At the time, he was the owner of the beautifully named Aaarrg Records, as well as a sound engineer for the likes of