Parius – The Signal Heard Throughout Space (2022) – Review

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Did you ever hear about the Wow Signal? A limited, short burst of data that seemed to hint at intelligent origins. ET, where art thou, that kind of thing. Well, many of you might not be aware of the story, it all happened back in 1977. And it was very short-lived, too. Somewhat of a microburst that vanished as quickly as it appeared. But it still got the undivided attention of the technician because it truly stood out from everything else.

Funny enough, I just enjoyed a short analysis of the incident on one of my YouTube channels. Their … [...] Click to raid more!

Caligula’s Horse – In Contact (2017) – Review

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The path to greatness (or the lack thereof) by any one band out there often1) feels like a journey. Sometimes it is a stairway to heaven, but – more often – a friggin’ rollercoaster to doom. The latter one is usually driven by often bizarre tenets that must be followed. Because the powers that be demand it, whoever that might be, by the way. The road to hell is paved with good intentions, as the proverb goes.

Now, with this band, we don’t quite know where things are heading to. Caligula’s Horse released their fourth record this year, which … [...] Click to raid more!

Caligula’s Horse – Rise Radiant (2020) – Review

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It appears that a somewhat limited, yet pretty high-octane offering of prog will pass over the RMR review counter this year. And that’s a good thing. Even if we would have liked to see more, much more.

After the 2019 disappointment that Leprous produced, the deckhands on this RMR cruiser really look forward to some revival of Progressive Metal. Yet, Steven Wilson already telegraphed his urge to exploit the cheesily sweet pop soundscape worse than his current release To The Bone ever dared. And his next record will only show signs of life by January 2021, which may not be … [...] Click to raid more!