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Swedish outfit New Keepers of the Water Towers return with their epic new album, Cosmic Child. The album opens with ‘The Great Leveller’, immediately setting out with a crashing opening riff and marching drums backed with glorious power chords. There are dense, psychedelic vocals and crushing doom style riffs throughout, along with some excellent solo [...]
‘Patience is a virtue’ a wise man once said at some point in the 14th century, much to my younger self’s chagrin. But now, in 2013, I would finally be inclined to agree with him. It’s fair to say that I’ve been waiting a long time for an album like this to find its way [...]
German post rockers Long Distance Calling are proud to announce their forthcoming album, The Flood Inside, will be available this March. To celebrate, they have made ‘Ductus’, the first full track from The Flood Inside available as a free download. Those who are familiar with the band will know of the epic feeling instrumental pieces [...]
I’m desperately fed up of being told that 2012 has been full of outstanding releases. This has led me to the conclusion that either everyone around me is getting deaf in their old age, or so desperate for good music, they’re not listening properly and accepting whatever comes their way. Now for my next challenge; [...]
What better way to start your day than with hearing a new track from the forthcoming Anathema album. The track is titled ‘The Beginning And The End’ and features on the forthcoming album ‘Weather Systems’ which is released on Kscope on April 9th Even better still, head over to http://www.burningshed.com/store/kscope/confirmfreedownload/46/ and download the track for [...]
They say that the years go by faster the older you are, and, whoever They are, are probably right. That traumatic weekend of the White Stuff at the start of the month seems a lifetime ago, especially with the British summer making an early appearance. Message to Bears’s second album carries the sounds of winter [...]
Weather Systems is the follow-up 2010’s We’re Here Because We’re Here. That album featured prominently in numerous end-of-year polls and the producer, Steven Wilson (Porcupine Tree), has described it as ‘definitely among the best albums I’ve ever had the pleasure to work on.’ The bar for Weather Systems has been set pretty high then but [...]