"Set Course for Andromeda!!!" by Sithu Aye

“Set Course for Andromeda!!!” by Sithu Aye

May 14th, 2016 Song of the Week

Song of the Week #34 I definitely went through my intense prog metal phase back in the late 2000s with my everyday playlist consisting of Liquid Tension Experiment, Animals as Leaders and Demians. So it was a beautiful reminiscent surprise to listen to Sithu Aye‘s lasted double album, Set Course for Andromeda, and immediately fall in love with it. Sithu Aye is a young overly talented musician from Glasgow, UK…

"Desperation Burns" by Baroness

“Desperation Burns” by Baroness

Jan 23rd, 2016 Song of the Week

Song of the Week #25 Baroness are back with their fourth full-length album called “Purple” (keeping the rainbow theme of their album titles alive and well) and it’s reception has been overwhelmingly positive. Having followed these Savannah natives from their beginnings, I couldn’t help but notice how they’ve become more polished in every aspect of their music. Their harsh progressive sound is bit cleaner these…

#SongOfTheWeek The Ocean - Abyssopelagic II: Signals of Anxiety

“Abyssopelagic II: Signals of Anxiety” by The Ocean

Aug 4th, 2015 Song of the Week

Pelagial was the first album I listened to by The Ocean and being the emotional masterpiece that it is, it’s an album that I can’t help but return to time and time again. These Berlin metalheads have been consistently keeping up their fine reputation for being a solid progressive metal band by continuously creating albums that are centered around intriguing concepts. Having worked my way…