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Railroad Earth: Decades To Come

Ten years is quite a long time and to commemorate their 10 years Railroad Earth is doing a show at the Wellmont Theatre on May 7. While a decade is a relatively short period of time, these guys have used it wi...

Immortal Dominion: Primortal

Due to the fact that Pantera was the biggest metal act of the ‘90s I understand that many, many bands were inspired by them. That’s fine. It makes sense. Immortal Dominion are one of the many bands that are...

Vicious Rumors: Razorback Killers

SPV has really been pushing the power metal sound with the bands that they distribute. From Angra, Sodom, Annihilator and now Vicious Rumors. I was one of those guys who thought the old school American powe...
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Grails: Ghosts On The Screen

Grails’ cinematic and eerie rock can leave one wondering when the movie is about to start. Seriously, listen to “Daughters Of Bilitis” and tell me that it wouldn’t fit perfectly within a post-apocalyptic movie ...
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Marc Farre: Far Beyond

Brian Eno’s far-reaching influence on progressive music cannot be underestimated. One such musician that has been touched by this influence is Marc Farre, his prog-tinged songs will penetrate your brain and rem...
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By Blood Alone: Deep Red

With a name like By Blood Alone, one might rightfully suspect that they’re playing stuff so heavy that your eyes will bleed, but that isn’t the case with this five-piece progressive outfit. There sounds merge s...

Protest The Hero: Scurrilous

Rifficide: when one band’s riffs are so much more amazing than another band’s that they actually destroy other bands entirely. Protest The Hero may have committed this with their latest album, Scurrilous. L...