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Devin Townsend Project – Ghost

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Published on: June 6, 2011

Released as the fourth and final chapter in the Devin Townsend Project, Ghost displays Townsend’s courage in unveiling an album of truly uplifting and joyous music. The project itself was conceived after his son was born in 2006, and Townsend made the decision to abstain from a familiar lifestyle of alcohol [...]

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Devin Townsend Project – Deconstruction

Many fans lamented the day Devin Towsend closed the book on Strapping Young Lad. Especially with City (1997) and Alien (2005) are landmark records when it comes to sheer sonic violence. He got his act together and started to work on a four album endeavor under the Devin Townsend Project [...]

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Neal Morse – Testimony II

Once a valued member of progressive rock band Spock’s Beard, Neal Morse decided to leave his former comrades in order to dedicate his life and music to God. Many Spock’s Beard fans lamented his leaving, but it did translate into some very personal and high quality albums, like Testimony (2003), [...]

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Steve Hackett – Live Rails

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Published on: April 24, 2011

Live Rails is the accompanying live album to ex-Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett’s 2009 release “Out Of The Tunnel’s Mouth”. After the world music of the “Intro” Hackett and his band start things off with the great “Every Day”. It might sound like usual AOR first but the song unfolds its [...]

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Beardfish – Mammoth

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Published on: April 24, 2011

My first introduction to Beardfish was Destined Solitaire, a very solid and almost frivolous effort drenched in seventies progressive rock. King Crimson, Yes, Genesis and Camel were major influences on that album. At first, I was very much in love with it, but after a while the sheer retro character [...]

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