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 Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness by COHEED AND CAMBRIA album cover Studio Album, 2005
3.62 | 137 ratings

Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV, Volume One: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness
Coheed And Cambria Crossover Prog

Review by Obsidian Pigeon

2 stars I've tried numerous times to get into Coheed and Cambria's music, but to no real avail. While Welcome Home is an all right track, I've simply just grown to dislike it the more that I've heard it. Many of the songs on this album are just straight up unimpressive and seem pretty uninspired, and Claudio Sanchez's voice does not help at all.

This album contains a few highlights, namely the Willing Well II: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness, which I feel could have been shortened by at least a minute because the ending is relatively repetitive, and perhaps Willing Well III: Apollo II: The Telling Truth. I don't think I can ever bring myself to listen to this entire album again, as I really don't like their punkish influence (not that I dislike all punk; I simply don't like the way Coheed and Cambria incorporate it) and at times grating vocals.


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 Out Of Myself by RIVERSIDE album cover Studio Album, 2003
4.19 | 820 ratings

Out Of Myself
Riverside Progressive Metal

Review by Obsidian Pigeon

3 stars Riverside is a band that I've known for quite a while now, and listened to first several years ago, starting with this album.

The Same River, the opening track, is certainly the highlight of this album, flaunting its Pink Floyd-influence while still being entirely original. The track is one of my favorite more space-rock moments of recent history. However, I find the rest of the album to fare much less favorably than the first track, which gave me such high expectations. Songs such as Reality Dream and the title track just don't do much at all for me.

As much as I tried to love this album, and even this band, I just couldn't. I recognize their talent, and I do believe that they've earned whatever recognition that they have attained, but it's not quite my kind of music, although The Same River is quite an outstanding track.


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 Over by FREQUENCY DRIFT album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.90 | 153 ratings

Frequency Drift Crossover Prog

Review by Aussie-Byrd-Brother
Special Collaborator Rock Progressivo Italiano Team

4 stars The female fronted Frequency Drift offer mostly gloomy, introspective rock based around mood, drama and emotion, in some ways along the lines of bands like White Willow (though not as folk driven), Paatos and Kurki. Little traces of indie rock, Post Rock, electronica and symphonic gestures frequently show up on `Over', their fifth album, with ethereal female vocals supplied by new leading lady Isa Fallenbacher, and also supported by Agathe Labus. With frequent blasts of brooding heaviness and moments of hair-tearing intensity, the focus is always on accessible arrangements, with a rich variety of instrumental stretches always carefully executed to achieve maximum emotion instead of show-boating for the sake of prog rock clichés. Crossover-styled prog has rarely sounded so vital and full of potential as it does here, and the band have delivered a highlight of 2014!

`Them' is the first real standout piece. A Massive Attack `Teardrop'-like quality ticks throughout before a memorable pleading chorus from Isa lodges itself firmly in your brain. Despite a chiming musical-box like pretty opening, `Adrift' soon twists to a snarling vocal from Agathe, bringing all sorts of sinister sounds. Electric harp and cello weave together with Isa's dreamy multi-layered harmonies on `Wave', marimba glistens and bass murmurs throughout the restrained `Wander', `Release' is a creeping middle-eastern flavoured gothic ballad, and album closer `Disappeared' a delicate and wistful piano reflection.

Special mention must go to the sixth track `Suspended'. Despite a fairly conventional mid- tempo rock structure for the verses, dangerous slinking electronics and darting flute over heavy Porcupine Tree guitar posturing (think the way that metal middle in `Arriving Somewhere But Not Here' first snuck up on you!) quickly crashes through, but it's really all about the insanely catchy stadium-sized chorus! A bit of a modern classic! Also impressive is the way that band effortlessly glides through the ten minute `Memory'. Gentle synth passages, weeping cello and violin, heavy guitar riffling and darting RIP-styled flute huffing and an exquisite vocal from Isa all blend perfectly together. Listen for the way her voice drifts away in the second half that leads to a grandly symphonic, overly retro-prog/vintage Genesis flavoured Minimoog and Mellotron outro that strangely sounds like nothing else on the rest of the disc!

There's only very slight missteps along the way. Sadly, after a promising ambient electronic opening and piano tip-toes in the middle, `Sagittarius A' instead settles on a forced indie-rock tune with a repetitive and tedious chorus. `Driven' is a catchy pop/rocker with a lead vocal that's just a bit too pretty, but thankfully a cool instrumental break in the middle around electric harp and programmed electronic loops gets it through.

Although perhaps overlong, this is melodic, song-structured modern progressive rock at its best. There may be numerous female fronted progressive related bands operating these days, but Frequency Drift are without question the most subtle, elegant and intelligent. The band are also one of the few that stands a chance making a sort of commercial crossover that the likes of Porcupine Tree and Anathema have done, perhaps even with more of a female audience, so let's see what the future holds for this talented band!

Four stars.


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 Corvus Stone II by CORVUS STONE album cover Studio Album, 2014
5.00 | 3 ratings

Corvus Stone II
Corvus Stone Crossover Prog

Review by Ksol77

5 stars As reviewed by KIM SOLI, from THE POWER OF PROG




Well, let's go on a journey, with THREE SCANDINAVIANS, whom were summoned to an UNEXPECTED JOURNEY, to work in MEXICO, only to discover this VERY DIFFERENT LAND, they have entered, of the unexpected.

Everything was ebulious and enjoyable, until they've entered an AZTEC PYRAMID, and was warned by an ORACLE about the MAYAN SPIRITS, who wanted to DECAPITATE them, to THE GOD OF HEADS, however, so many FUN LOVING OBSTACLES protected them, from such a fate, with DRUGS, SEX, & ROCK & ROLL, for a WILD RIDE, that helped them adapt to their surroundings.

After a few ACID HITS and TWERKING WOMEN, a MYSTERY MAN had warned them of someone, whom wanted to CHALLENGE THEM TO A GUNFIGHT, for their ACID, however, when the GUNSLINGER was defeated by the trio, bliss came to them, with LISA & CAMPFIRE GALORE.


Colin Tench - Guitars

Petri Lemmy Lindstrom - Bass

Pasi Koivu - Keyboards

Robert Wolff - Drums & Percussion


Sean Filkins - Vocals

Phil Naro - Vocals

German Vergara - Vocals

Timo Rautiainen - Vocals

Blake Carpenter - Vocals

Victor Tassone - Percussion

Andres Guazzelli - Vocals

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 Around in Circles by ARBORISE, DAN album cover Studio Album, 2006
2.05 | 2 ratings

Around in Circles
Dan Arborise Prog Folk

Review by kenethlevine
Special Collaborator Prog-Folk Team

2 stars A virtuoso guitarist with a velvety voice, DAN ARBORISE has settled in the UK and, by his own admission, basked in the aura of several British greats, notably JOHN MARTYN and NICK DRAKE, luckily without succumbing to idolatry or plagiarism. I can't pretend any sort of familiarity with Martyn, but Arborise is certainly not as dour as Drake, while still checking off the obligatory "socially responsible" and "introspective" boxes with a head shake. Most tracks on this debut plow the furrow of deceptively simple folk songs with little embellishment beyond his own substantial technique. Unfortunately at times his talent in execution leaves his songwriting in the dust, as in "Everything You've Been Taught to Love is a Lie" , and the title cut closes the disk without enthusiasm. But the superb "To the Sea", with its wave of luxuriantly plucked crescendos, and the simple yet poignant "Let me Be" both counterbalance this tendency. All in all, a mixed success and the archetypal promising debut, "Around in Circles" keeps the listener looking forward, if perhaps a little at the expense of living in the moment. 2.5 stars.


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 The Great Divide by ENCHANT album cover Studio Album, 2014
4.20 | 6 ratings

The Great Divide
Enchant Heavy Prog

Review by robbob

4 stars One decade of silence... Enough time for good song writing, for good compositions... And they took advantage of this period of time... This album is much better that their pasts....specially in the first half of the album. The second half in nearer their first decade More symphonic prog rock , more jazz fusion prog rock sometimes...not a so heavy progressive rock. Ted Leonard¨s vocals better that ever. The US prog rock basis (founded by Kansas,Styx and similar..)is always here. So nice songs ...with a lot of synths ..,all musicians as good as before. Hope this reunion will last an extender future...because this work is a promise. Four stars...maybe 4,5 for this very good returning.


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 Contagion Max by ARENA album cover Boxset/Compilation, 2014
3.93 | 12 ratings

Contagion Max
Arena Neo-Prog

Review by Progrussia

4 stars In 2002 Arena released Contagion - a great, dark, heavy neo-prog story-driven album. Tracks that didn't make it to CD were released as EPs. Now they have been put together and remixed. For a band with such limited commercial appeal, Arena, or, make it Clive Nolan, sure are adept at working their fan base. Getting them to finance a release of what was already available before (remix makes it clearer sound, but there isn't that much difference). But I don't mind. I like them. I was getting this mainly for the booklet. On to the additions. They are pleasant, each has at least a decent hook. But not much else. Not as developed as the original album tracks. I don't have a problem with that. The thing is that break down the flow of the songs. Whereas the original had great variation between heavy rockers, pompous ballads, some acoustic stuff and synthesizer workouts, all new tracks have the same mid tempo and make it really plodding. Since the original was great, I can't rate this lower, but neither its an improvement.


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 R-Kive by GENESIS album cover Boxset/Compilation, 2014
1.22 | 4 ratings

Genesis Symphonic Prog

Review by Gatot
Special Collaborator Honorary Collaborator

1 stars Design-wise, this is a MAJOR FLAW

When there was announcement in social media that Genesis would release a boxset compilation featuring a career-spanning selection of songs by the band and from the various solo projects of the group's members, I was not interested at all with it as it has major flaw in its concept. Even though the 37-track collection is a companion piece to the new documentary titled Genesis: "Sum of Its Parts", which will get its U.S. premiere on October 10, I still do not understand why the companion has ever existed and what for? Rutherford tells ABC News Radio that the compilation helps paint a full picture of what the group has accomplished. What? Give me a break ! A solo project is a creation by individual member of the band and it has nothing to do with the band. Yes, the members were somehow in the band in their music career but ...their music direction is different. How can you compare Peter Gabriel "So" or "Scratch" or "Security" with any Genesis album? Is there any relation between the music of Gabriel with Genesis? I don't see any root that connects to any early album of Genesis with the beauty of "Signal To Noise" from Gabriel's solo. Where is the connection, composition-wise? Is there any influence from the early Genesis to Signal to Noise? Nope! Not at all. The music is fundamentally different and has no tie at all!

Specific to Gabriel, I salute him for never looking back to his past days with Genesis. The past is over and he moves forward with his own identity crafting great music like "San Jacinto", "Wall Flower" , "The Family and The Fishing Net", "Signal To Noise", "Blood of Eden" and other brilliant composition that demonstrated he never come back to his past. In fact he do not perform any of Genesis track in his live performance. That's why I salute Gabriel for his bave action not looking back to his glory past days with the band.

Hackett is another style, he loves to revisit his work with Genesis and play them live and made studio albums to revisit his past days. But ... he is also a great composer wit brilliant album like Spectral Morning, Please Don't Touch, Dark Town, To watch The Storm. His Mechanical Bride is really a wonderfully crafted composition. But I don't see any tie at all with any element of Genesis music as the music is really eclectic in nature, push the envelope harder than ever.

Let's have a look on Mike Rutherford - why there is no track at all from the best album he crafted as solo musician called "Smallcreep's day" which is much progressive compared to any of his Mechanics band. In this case, there is some ties with the elements of Genesis music. Personally I do not really love the Phil Collins solo career and also Tony Banks - they only good as musician and composer when they do together in Genesis but not as individual solo. So it's hard to comment on their music here.

The other thing is that nothing really new that we can get from this boxset as all of the tracks previously already released. It's different with Genesis Archive 1 where we got many new things like two CDs contain the Lamb Lies Down performed live its entirety. That's really great. But this compilation features what already in the market with other album, nothing new.

Music-wise, I do not want to comment as there are many great tracks like Signal To Noise, Supper's Ready, The Knife, Ace of Wands (I really love it!). But there are lacklusters as well or not progressive at all. But I am sure as far as composition concern most of the tracks were already thought of carefully by the band or the members - only that the kind of music I do not like or I like it sometimes in some occasion.

In conclusion, I do not recommend anyone to purchase this compilation that has major flaw in its design by putting the mixtures of everything and pay little attention to the artistic aspects. Look at the horrible artwork! It's like a collection of multi-color candies with ugly font. So, I have to give only one star and in fact I do not recommend any collector to have this boxset to complete their collection - what for? It's a waste, really. Sorry .. Ihave to tell the truth on this ...as it seems this boxset intended for commercial goals only. If you really want to have great boxset, buy The Elements of King Crimson - it's really GREAT! You will hear Cirkus performed live and it;s unique and different than the studio version you have ever heard. Keep on proggin' ...!

Disappointed Genesis fan: GW.


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 Tracks from the Alps by WATCH, THE album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.62 | 71 ratings

Tracks from the Alps
The Watch Neo-Prog

Review by DrömmarenAdrian

4 stars It hasn't been so many good records yet this year, but perhaps I have just listened to the wrong or too few albums. I continue with the genre Neo-prog, a genre I have had very hard to understand. This record though was totally different. Neo-prog in my opinion use to be too loud and also too mediocre, but not this one. "The Watch" is an Italian band led by Simone Rossetti. Noone could avoid hearing that "The Watch" are ispired by Genesis. Perhaps more than just inspired. They seem to keep up the spirit of Genesis' song making and musical world. I am of course talking about early Genesis. "Tracks from the alps" is the band's sixth record and it features Giorgio Gabriel on guitars, both usual and bass, Simone Rossetti on vocals, mellotron, synthesizers and flute, Valerio de Vittorio on keyboards, organ and synthesizer, Marco Fabbri on drums and percussion and Mattia Rossetti on bass guitar and pedals. It was released a half year ago and I am the seventh reviewer.

It is ashort but lovely album which you will listen to with a big smile on your face. It sounds familiar for fans of Genesis but this is of course another, very good band. It contains beautiful melodies, an emotional singstyle and a musical wave of carressing tones. Every song, they are seven, are good but I think some stand out particularly. My favourite is "The Cheating Mountain" which is so lovely and joyful(10/10). The album is full of exuberant melodies such as "Devil's bridge"(9/10) or "Once in a lifetime"(9/10). The average standard is very high and there are no bad tracks even if I of course don't like every minute as much as another one. Rossetti's voice is similar to Peter Gabriel but you hear it's not the same. A little bit of an Italian accent could be heard and that is great. i should be even happier and perhaps given them five stars if they had sung in Italian. Finally I am glad to see that music such this is made even in these pale and modern days. Music was better long time ago but there are glimpses of glory yet. There is hope for humanity.


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 Ode To Echo by GLASS HAMMER album cover Studio Album, 2014
3.55 | 102 ratings

Ode To Echo
Glass Hammer Symphonic Prog

Review by Matti
Collaborator Neo-Prog Team

4 stars I'm surprised at the minimal amount of reviews. And at the same time the new YES album gets myriads of (very strong and mostly negative) opinions! This thought came to my mind for the fact that Jon Davison sings on both albums. Surely Yes is on the very top in the entire prog history for me too, but when it comes to the prog of this Millennium, I'm much more interested to listen to newer bands, including those who draw their influence from the greats. GLASS HAMMER (US) belongs to the same generation with The Flower Kings and Spock's Beard, but seems to be notably less recognized (for example here in Finland I haven't seen their albums in libraries). I'm only vaguely familiar with their releases; Ode To Echo is actually my first complete GH experience.

I think this is a noteworthy slice of finely crafted modern symphonic prog. Also the art work from the worlds of Greek mythology and the classic art history is more fascinating than yet another Roger Dean landscape... The music is loaded with retro-oriented keyboards of Fred Schendel - and vocal harmonies, which is a typical feature in the US prog. Jon Davison is only one of three "lead vocals" here (others are Carl Growes and Susie Bogdanowicz) and there are many more vocals too, both from the core members and guests. Steve Babb's bass playing is a pleasure to spot throughout the album. Guitars perhaps remain too secondary on the long run.

The 52-minute album is a safe and pleasing, almost surpriseless, listening experience. Not much sticks to one's memory, but it feels natural to give it another spin right away. By listening the fine 10- minute 'Misantrog' you'd get a pretty good picture of the whole album; to some point it feels rather samey and lacks truly memorable moments. Tracks such as 'I Am I' - a dialogue between Echo and Narcissus - features plenty of complexity, but also the feeling of flying near the ground. The GENESIS epic 'Fountain of Salmacis' wipes floors with this music when it comes to the drama power and dynamics. Hey, now I figure out what's the problem: this music is too even, lacking of strong contrasts. Someone wrote "progginess just for the sake of sounding proggy" and I have to agree. As a background listening it works marvellously.

I don't know the origins of Gerry Coffin / Carole King -penned 'Porpoise Song' but I dislike the 60's psychedelic flavour in this version. Easily the worst track. Highlights include 'Crowbone' with a cool guest appearance of violin, cal and chamber music flavoured 'Panegyric' for Susie's voice, and perhaps the closing track 'Ozymandias' as a good example of the use of vocal harmonies and a colourful keyboard arsenal. Warm organ and electric piano are the most heard ones I guess; Wakemanesque melodic brightness is mostly mising.

As you can see, I'm not sure whether I'm fond of this album or do I find it slightly boring. Probably both. You better try yourself. 3½ stars.


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  70. Rubycon
    Tangerine Dream
  71. The Perfect Element Part 1
    Pain Of Salvation
  72. Space Shanty
  73. Mëkanïk Dëstruktïẁ Kömmandöh
  74. Viljans Öga
  75. Elegant Gypsy
    Al Di Meola
  76. L'isola di niente
    Premiata Forneria Marconi (PFM)
  77. Acquiring the Taste
    Gentle Giant
  78. In Absentia
    Porcupine Tree
  79. Ghost Reveries
  80. Felona E Sorona
    Le Orme
  81. Emerson Lake & Palmer
    Emerson Lake & Palmer
  82. Fear Of A Blank Planet
    Porcupine Tree
  83. Hamburger Concerto
  84. Doomsday Afternoon
  85. Lateralus
  86. ~
  87. Script For A Jester's Tear
  88. Bitches Brew
    Miles Davis
  89. Memento Z Banalnym Tryptykiem
  90. If I Could Do It All Over Again, I'd Do It All Over You
  91. Crimson
    Edge of Sanity
  92. De-Loused In The Comatorium
    The Mars Volta
  93. Operation: Mindcrime
  94. Anabelas
  95. The Snow Goose (Re-recording)
  96. Pale Communion
  97. Anno Domini High Definition
  98. Voyage Of The Acolyte
    Steve Hackett
  99. Ocean
  100. Caravanserai

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