Let’s start the year with perhaps one of my favorite albums of all time. Canadian quintet, Borealis, last released their latest album a few years ago titled, Fall From Grace. When I discovered these guys, my mind was blown.
It’s been 3 years since Ne Obliviscaris’ Portal of I, and I’m still not sure if I’m saying their name right. Back then, 17 year old me was sure that Portal was the top of the band’s career. Where could they go after that? It’s just TOO good.
So, over the last half year or so, I started hearing the name Cloudkicker and that they were cutting a live album with one of my more recent favorite bands, Intronaut. Since I wasn’t familiar with Cloudkicker, I was curious what it was all about.
Next week you’ll see the review for Thomas Giles (Tommy Rogers) album, Modern Noise. I got to have a nice little chat with Tommy (which, as it turned out the date of our interview was moved, but Tommy was nice enough to give me some time on an unscheduled day) and he had a...
Nu Art Metal anyone? For those who’ve heard of the genre, I applaud you as one would ponder if there is such a genre. Upon doing extensive research the genre has an extremely small following, but nonetheless today’s artist, Crimson Blue, play such genre.