Monthly Archives: March 2021

TRAGIK – Faith Healer

March 31, 2021

Rock Company 2020 Accruing the heft and strength required for further motion, seekers of hard-rock drama bring on drastic doctoring to the operating table. If, artwork-wise, “Faith Healer” has torn the recent pattern of scantily-clad ladies adorning this ensemble’s albums, … Continue reading

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March 30, 2021

Purple Pyramid 2021 Stop-gap grandiosity sees the host of veterans flock in to stand against all things mundane. Most interesting fact about this ensemble is that it’s not a collective per se, but rather the ultimate prog rock project run … Continue reading

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Judge Smith Releases Music From His Movie

March 29, 2021

It’s nigh on impossible to remain an original in today’s music world, especially when your career spans over five decades, yet that’s how Judge Smith rolls – and rocks, too – with the veteran’s output being quite varied, if often … Continue reading

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March 29, 2021

Cleopatra 2021 Brit progenitors of sonic disturbance show the world they still care – or give a shit, if you like – and they still bet on optimistic outcome of current troubles. Punk rock may have faded in and out … Continue reading

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THE ATARIS – Live In Chicago 2019

March 28, 2021

Kung Fu 2020 Rolling their milestone into the future, American punk mainstays file a concert report. One quarter of a century spent in action might be a great excuse for any vigorous group to lose impetus, yet this ensemble don’t … Continue reading

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