Tag: Pink Floyd

Bootleg: Viktoriya Yermolyeva at Synthfest!

Ukrainian Pianist Viktoriya Yermolyeva, who studied classical piano since the age of 4 has stunned with her reimaginings of Metal classics over the past few years. She’s shared her full set from SynthFest in 2017, where she performed in her Wedding Dress as the event by took place on her Honeymoon. It includes songs by

Review: “Project Regeneration Vol. 1” by Static-X

“Project Regeneration” probably has to stand up as one of the most highly anticipated albums of 2020 with original members of Static-X in Tony Campos (bass, backing vocals), Koichi Fukuda (guitars, keyboards programming) and Ken Jay (drums) creating new music around the vocals from unused demos from the much missed and dearly departed Wayne Static.

Review: “Pilgrims” by Starscape

Re-recording a pair of tracks from their self titled debut album which was unveiled in 2017 is an interesting move for Östersund, Sweden duo Starscape aka Per-Olof Göransson (vocals) and Anton Eriksson (multi instrumentalist) but keen to continue to, as they put it “telling epic tales of journeys beyond the stars” and have done exactly

Review: “A Wonderful Life” by Mushroomhead

It has been six long years since 2014s “The Righteous And The Butterfly” and the revolving door of musicians in Cleveland Ohio Metallers Mushroomhead has kept turning with drummer Steve Felton being the only ever present member of the band which started out 1993. Since that last record, 2015 saw the exit of keyboard player

“Turning To Dust” by Heruka

Hailing from Roma Italy, Black Metallers Heruka released “Turning To Dust“, their sophomore album in September. Their second album in 12 months, it came as something of a surprise due to the 13 year gap between their debut EP “Leggenda” and 2018’s “Deception’s End“. Originally formed as a one man project by Guitarist Adranor (Legion

Review: “Unsought Salvation” by Tylor Dory Trio

Tylor Dory Trio was conceived in late 2012 by guitarist and vocalist Tylor Dory and drummer Jonathan Webster who wanted to step aside from playing in Extreme Metal bands to explore the music close to their hearts – Proggy weird stuff. The trio was completed in late 2013 after the addition of their bassist Slava

Review: “Empty Ends” by AFAR

Founded in the Summer of 2017 around the area of Strasbourg France by members of Djinn, Peace Me Off and PIEDBOUCHE, Melodic Hardcore quintet AFAR released their debut EP ‘No Landmark In The Void’ after a year of finding their sound. After shows all around their native French territory, they got back into the practice room

Review: “Lair” by VOVK

Hailing from Kyiv Ukraine and creating a blend of Post-Hardcore, Stoner and Progressive Rock are VOVK. They recorded their debut album “Lair” with Vadyk Lazariev at Lipky Zvukozapys studio in Kyiv. Mastering was performed by John Davis (Led Zeppelin, Foals, Florence and The Machine). It’s a concept album of sorts with each song reflecting the

Riff Police! Pull Over! #64: Dope Vs Threering?

Threering are a band who are now on their fourth album “Dark Tranquillity”. The Las Vegas Nevada duo with influences from Megadeth to Pink Floyd have been around in various bands since 1990 and when we came to review the album, one song stuck out like a sore thumb. Why? Because there was something very

Review: “Dark Tranquillity” by Threering

A duo hailing from Las Vegas Nevada, Threering have been creating music together in various other bands since the early 1990’s before releasing their first album in 2015. Now onto their fourth release in “Dark Tranquillity” they wear their influences on their sleeves and we’re lucky enough to record the debut “Diagram for Self Destruction”