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Kaipa – Urskog

…there is once again so much to enjoy, so much excellent craftsmanship, which I think you don’t want to miss out on. So maybe I shouldn’t moan about the lack of renewal and just enjoy all the beauty that Kaipa once again brings us.

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Progtalks Interviews Rasmus Revsbech (Franklin Zoo)

For the last interview episode of the year, we called Franklin Zoo frontman Rasmus Revsbech in the outskirts of Denmark to talk about the origins of the band, the development over the years and of course their brand new album “The Dandelion Child”.

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Progtalks Interviews Alex Pilkevych – Ep. 33

Solo artist Alex Pilkevych called from Wroclaw, Poland to have a nice Progtalk with host Dario about his new EP “That Way Lies Madness”, his musical influences over the years and scaring old ladies riding a bike, covered in mud and paint.

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Drifting Sun – Forsaken Innocence

If you’re looking for good, solid neo-progressive rock, with great melodies, talented performances and good craftsmanship, then “Forsaken Innocence” is the album to check out.

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Yes – The Quest

So, after a decade is “The Quest” a great album? I would say no, good but not great, it’s interesting and enjoyable in parts, bland in others.

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6:33 – Feary Tales For Strange Lullabies – The Dome

“Feary Tales For Strange Lullabies – The Dome”, 6:33 marks a step higher in musicianship, composition and craziness, as well as opening a new path in this chaotic world the band created. They streamlined the story making it easier to grasp (if that is possible?) as a concept album – though certainly, it is closer to a wild modern urban rock opera than a traditional concept album. I think the only thing that is a constant about this band: they don’t hold their horses in any aspect, unashamedly free of tags or musical boundaries.

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Progtalks Interviews Aeon Zen (Rich Gray) – Ep. 23

Rich Gray, multi-instrumentalist and mastermind of UK based progressive metal band is our guest on this episode of the Progtalks. We talk about the history of Aeon Zen, their new (and sadly last) album “Transversal”, and also our favorite one-song albums.

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Progtalks Interviews Leprous – Ep. 20

Einar Solberg from Norwegian art rockers Leprous joins guest host Dario Albrecht this week on the Progtalks to talk about the unusual genesis of their new album “Aphelion”, the challenge of writing a song guided by fans and the role of guitar solos in prog music.

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