Tag: Progressive

While Heaven Wept – Of Empires Forlorn Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas While Heaven Wept Ep•ic Pronunciation: ‘e-pik Function: adjective Etymology: Latin epicus, from Greek epikos, from epos word, speech, poem — more at VOICE Date: 1589. 1: of, relating to, or

Kayo Dot – Choirs Of the Eye Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. Whatever expectations you may have for Kayo Dot’s Choirs of the Eye, throw them away. This is not going to be anything like you’ve imagined. Past releases by maudlin of the

Canvas Solaris – Spacial Design Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Where do I start? Georgia’s Canvas Solaris is purely instrumental visage not dissimilar to Gordian Knot, but with a different approach to their particular delivery of cosmic themed cerebral instrumentation.

Ulver – A Quick Fix Of Melancholy Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Ulver is a band best known for their ability to keep their fans on their toes. You can never be too sure of what you’re going to get with each

John Arch – A Twist Of Fate Review

Anyone who has read my feckless ramblings on the message board knows that I have a problem with clean vocalists in metal. Some of that talk is hyperbole, but most of it is not. Clean

Nevermore – Enemies of Reality Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman Three years later the follow up to quite possibly the finest Nevermore offering (Dead Heart in a Dead World) is unleashed. Enemies of Good Production, excuse me Enemies of Reality

Amorphis – Far From The Sun Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Amorphis is a band that has been no stranger to change over their ten year career. Starting out as more of a melodic death band with some progressive influence, they

Ephel Duath – The Painter’s Palette Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Ephel Duath’s The Painter’s Palette is a release that has had much hype surrounding it, mainly due to their record company. Formerly a duo that composed symphonic black metal, Ephel