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Review: Aisles – Hawaii (2016)

Artist: Aisles Album: Hawaii Year: 2016 Label: PresagioRecords Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts: So here it is Hawaii (2016), the new Aisles album. Aisles is a band from Chile and Hawaii is their fourth album and … Continue reading

07/11/2016 · Leave a comment

Review: Daymoon – Cruz Quebrada (2016)

Artist: Daymoon Album: Cruz Quebrada Year: 2016 Label: Progressive Promotion Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts: If you follow my reviews you should know the name Daymoon. This is a Portuguese project led by Fred Lessing. The … Continue reading

18/10/2016 · Leave a comment

Review: Wonderworld – II (2016)

Artist: Wonderworld Album: II Year: 2016 Label: Key Music Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts: When I received this album on may mailbox I thought to myself: “Pretty cover, but it’s for sure one more Metal/Power Metal … Continue reading

30/04/2016 · Leave a comment

Review: The Riskers – 26 Hours Of Test…

Artist: The Riskers Album: 26 Hours Of Test… Year: 2013 Label: Self released Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts: What do you get if you mix Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock, a good dose of Country Rock influence … Continue reading

19/06/2015 · Leave a comment

Pendragon – Out Of Order Comes Chaos (2013)

Artist: Pendragon Album: Out Of Order Comes Chaos Year: 2013 Label: Metal Mind Productions Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts: Last year Pendragon decided to release another Live album (the 8th of their career), so we have … Continue reading

30/10/2014 · Leave a comment

Anathema – Distant Satellites (2014)

Artist: Anathema Album: Distant Satellites Year: 2014 Label: Kscope Records Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts: Anathema, Nosound, Steven Wilson, Frequency Drift and thousand of other bands from Kscope has a sound that for me… doesn’t work. … Continue reading

14/06/2014 · 1 Comment

Anima Mundi – The Lamplighter (2013)

Artist: Anima Mundi Album: The Lamplighter Year: 2013 Label: Self released Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts: Anima Mundi is a band that comes from Cuba. This fact alone would be enough to make you curious, and … Continue reading

07/12/2013 · Leave a comment

Renaissance – Grandine Il Vento (2013)

Artist: Renaissance Album: Grandine Il Vento Year: 2013 Label: Self released Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts:  Renaissance was one of the first Prog bands I’ve heard. When I was 16/17 I’ve bought a copy of Ashes … Continue reading

07/12/2013 · Leave a comment

AltaVia – Live @ La Casa Di Alex (2013)

Artist: AltaVia Album: Live @ La Casa Di Alex Year: 2013 Label: Self released Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts:  Wasn’t expecting anything on this live release. I’ve found out about it while researching for some … Continue reading

07/12/2013 · Leave a comment

Haken – The Mountain (2013)

Artist: Haken Album: The Mountain Year: 2013 Label: InsideOut Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts:  Haken. This band is quite unique in many ways. I must confess that I wasn’t aware of the band’s existence till the … Continue reading

07/12/2013 · Leave a comment

Orphaned Land – All Is One (2013)

Artist: Orphaned Land Album: All Is One Year: 2013 Label: Century Media Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts:  Orphaned Land’s goal with their music is bringing together different people from different religions, specially in their native land … Continue reading

07/12/2013 · Leave a comment

Dream Theater – Dream Theater (2013)

Artist: Dream Theater Album: Dream Theater Year: 2013 Label: Roadrunner Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts:  Every new Dream Theater album there’s a rain of reviews everywhere. 90% of them are separated into 2 categories: The Fanatics … Continue reading

07/12/2013 · Leave a comment

Rush – Hold Your Fire (1987)

Artist: Rush Album: Hold Your Fire Year: 1987 Label: Mercury Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts:  The 80’s Rush is a 8/80 situation, love it or hate it. I on the other hand prefer to sit on … Continue reading

07/12/2013 · Leave a comment

Review: Jon Lord – Before I Forget (1982)

Artist: Jon Lord Album: Before I Forget Year: 1982 Label: Harvest/EMI Review: Diego Camargo Thoughts:  Before I Forget (1982) is the first Jon Lord’s album in the 80’s and his fouth solo album. Here … Continue reading

25/07/2013 · Leave a comment

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