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.
Read an older review about Soup’s 2013 album, “The Beauty of Our Youth”.
Read my thoughts on the concept behind “BE” from Pain of Salvation.
My review for the dark new album from Gazpacho.
Read my thoughts on the lyrical content of Riverside’s “Love, Fear and the Time Machine”.
Read about the surprising and elegant new solo album from Nad Sylvan.
Read about the immense debut album from Earthside.