The UK metal band’s third studio-length release, Emergence is a polished album, showcasing more of the quality music that Godsticks is dedicated to writing.
Another release in a long sequence of albums, Breaking Point is Rick Miller’s newest foray into psychedelic progressive rock.
“Grappling” succeeds “Quickly, Quickly, Quickly” as another refined work in The Tea Club’s expanding library.
3RDegree’s first album in three years (their fifth overall) is a heavy-hitting, well-rounded, and mature addition to their discography.
Silent Sentinel is the inspiring and anthemic third release from a mature band now well into its second decade.
Raw, precise, and inspiring, “Second Flight: Live at the Z7” is yet another taste of the virtuosity that Morse, Morse, Portnoy, LaRue, and McPherson provide for Flying Colors.
Justin’s conversation with Robert Pashman and Patrick Kliesch of 3RDegree about their new album and 2015 multi-national tour.
Of the three Musical Companion releases to date, HFMC is undoubtedly the most mature as well as the most cohesive.
The stellar, 70’s-progressive-style fourth album from Barock Project.