Tag: Progressive

Evergrey – Recreation Day Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon I’ve been anticipating this album for a long time. Evergrey blew me away with their last opus, In Search of Truth, a concept album dealing with alien abductions. I’ve always

The Devin Townsend Band – Accelerated Evolution Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Devin Townsend must be bursting at the seams with musical inspiration. First we get a new Strapping Young Lad album, and now a new solo album? Man oh man, I’m

Madder Mortem – Deadlands Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman The End Records is consistently showcasing talent these days and truly becoming a label with a standard in tact that quite simply equates to their artists creating music outside the

Winds – Reflection Of The I Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Winds is the perfect name for this band, because as soon as you get your first taste of what this album is all about, you’re surrounded by a whirlwind of

Opeth – Deliverance Review

Ty Brookman’s take: Ah Opeth, a band that truly walks on the water of all that signifies pure metal. This particular statement may be a bit extreme but you can’t argue that Opeth is highly

Meshuggah – Nothing Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Meshuggah are on a level of metal that is uninhabited by other metal bands, w/ maybe the exception of Gorguts, but combining this kind of technikillity w/ this kind of

Arcturus – The Sham Mirrors Review

Jon Eardley’s take: When I hear the term “experimental metal” tossed around the scene on various metal web sites and on various metal message boards and in various reviews of metal music, I immediately think