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REVIEW: Tim Bowness – Late Night Laments (Musicalypse Archive)

During the lockdown period, many artists looked into alternative ways to remain active, and No-Man man Tim Bowness did this by joining forces with...

REVIEW: Avatarium – The Fire I Long For (Musicalypse Archive)

Sweden's doom metal/heavy psych outfit AVATARIUM has steadily put out records every two years ever since its inception, and on November 22, 2019, the...

REVIEW: Opeth – In Cauda Venenum (Musicalypse Archive)

After a nearly 30-year-career, OPETH is no stranger to fans of progressive metal and rock, and each new album release by them is an...

(1999) Paradise Lost – Host (remastered): Anniversary Special (Musicalypse Archive)

Every band has that one album - you know, the one that caused a stir upon its release, but ends up becoming a minor...

REVIEW: Riverside – Wasteland (Musicalypse Archive)

As mentioned before on our site, Poland's prog pride RIVERSIDE lost guitarist Piotr Grudziński tragically in 2016. The surviving members finished and released the...

REVIEW: Lunatic Soul – Under the Fragmented Sky (Musicalypse Archive)

Following last year’s excellent "Fractured," RIVERSIDE main-man Mariusz Duda’s solo project LUNATIC SOUL returns with a companion release consisting of outtakes from said album. "Under the Fragmented Sky" was initially supposed...

REVIEW: Gleb Kolyadin – Gleb Kolyadin (Musicalypse Archive)

Gleb Kolyadin is known as the pianist and other half of the Russian duo, iamthemorning, which also includes vocalist Marjana Semkina. After three albums...

REVIEW: Long Distance Calling – Boundless (Musicalypse Archive)

German LONG DISTANCE CALLING was a familiar name to me from the past, as Jonas Renkse of KATATONIA and Vincent Cavanagh of ANATHEMA had...

REVIEW: Doom Side of the Moon – Doom Side of the...

One of the most iconic works in the canon of popular music, "The Dark Side of the Moon" (1973) by PINK FLOYD has been...

REVIEW: Sons of Apollo – Psychotic Symphony (Musicalypse Archive)

"For Apollo so loved the world that he gave his only 5 sons..." Or in layman's terms, DREAM THEATER alumni Mike Portnoy (drums) and...

REVIEW: Daniel Cavanagh – Monochrome (Musicalypse Archive)

Daniel Cavanagh is known as the main songwriter of ANATHEMA, and therefore he's not the first person you'd expect to release a solo album....

REVIEW: Grave Pleasures – Motherblood (Musicalypse Archive)

Gothic rock/post-punk posse GRAVE PLEASURES seems to have become a cult name of sorts, as I recall seeing them (as well as the band's...

REVIEW: Caligula’s Horse – In Contact (Musicalypse Archive)

Alongside kangaroos, koalas, and AC/DC, Australia has a fairly sizable prog scene. I'm familiar with KARNIVOOL, but CALIGULA'S HORSE has managed to gallop under...

REVIEW: Paradise Lost – Medusa (Musicalypse Archive)

I've been a fan of Gothic doom pioneers PARADISE LOST for about 7 years now. Their discography is one of the most interesting in...

REVIEW: Tuesday the Sky – Drift (Musicalypse Archive)

It's no secret that Jim Matheos is one of my favorite musicians. As the captain of progressive metal pioneers FATES WARNING and the other half...

REVIEW: Avatarium – Hurricanes and Halos (Musicalypse Archive)

It seems like only yesterday when Sweden's AVATARIUM captured my attention with their mix of doom metal and vintage rock on their previous album,...

REVIEW: Brother Firetribe – Sunbound (Musicalypse Archive)

The '80s have returned! BROTHER FIRETRIBE has paid homage to the music world’s greatest decade with "False Metal" (2006), "Heart Full of Fire" (2008),...

REVIEW: The Mute Gods – Tardigrades Will Inherit the Earth (Musicalypse...

My favorite debut album last year was "Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me" by the new prog rock act THE MUTE GODS, as...

REVIEW: Tim Bowness – Lost in the Ghost Light (Musicalypse Archive)

Tim Bowness is best known as the other half of the British art pop duo NO-MAN, which also includes Steven Wilson. For some reason,...

REVIEW: Riverside – Eye of the Soundscape (Musicalypse Archive)

Arguably one of the greatest progressive rock bands of the 21st century, RIVERSIDE faced a tragedy earlier this year when founding member Piotr Grudziński...