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Album WORKING KLASS HEROES No Excuses, No Remorses (2022)
WORKING KLASS HEROES (FRANCE)
No Excuses, No Remorses (2022)
3/5
-/5
AUTRE LABEL / ROCK / 0 com(s)
Between organic and digital, between claim and fun, between metal and dance, Working Klass Heroes could have been lost and yet manages to find a certain overall balance in "No Excuses, No Remorses".
CALGEPO - 13/01/2023
Album MILLENIUM (POL) Tales From Imaginary Movies (2022)
MILLENIUM (POL) (POLAND)
Tales From Imaginary Movies (2022)
4/5
3/5
LYNX / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 1 com(s)
With "Tales From Imaginary Movies", Millenium drags the listener once again in a neo progressive rock universe, certainly well marked out, but so pleasant to apprehend that one would already dare to ask for the next one.
TONYB - 29/12/2022
Album NICKELBACK Get Rollin' (2022)
NICKELBACK (CANADA)
Get Rollin' (2022)
3/5
4/5
AUTRE LABEL / GRUNGE / 1 com(s)
"Get Rollin'" sees Nickelback start off with a bang but lose all their speed by abusing slow tracks.
LOLOCELTIC - 22/12/2022
Album CLEPSYDRA Fears (1997)
CLEPSYDRA (SWITZERLAND)
Fears (1997)
4/5
3.8/5
AUTOPRODUCTION / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
Simpler but catchier, Clepsydra's "Fears" is an album that will find its place in any good neo progressive rock library.
TORPEDO - 29/08/2003
Album COLLAGE Safe (1996)
COLLAGE (POLAND)
Safe (1996)
4/5
3.2/5
METAL MIND / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
If you are looking for a soaring neo progressive rock album, simple, with varied atmospheres, "Safe" is undoubtedly a sure value.
TORPEDO - 12/01/2004
Album SHADOWLAND Ring Of Roses (1992)
SHADOWLAND (DEFAULT)
Ring Of Roses (1992)
4/5
4/5
VERGLAS / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
A band composed of members of Arena and Treshold, Shadowland offers us a "Ring Of Roses" which is above all addressed to the fans of old school neo-progressive rock.
PETE_T - 17/08/2011
Album JADIS More Than Meets The Eye (1992)
JADIS (UNITED KINGDOM)
More Than Meets The Eye (1992)
4/5
4/5
GIANT ELECTRIC PEA / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
"More Than Meets The Eye" is a superb achievement and can be considered today as one of the pillars of (neo) progressive rock history
TONYB - 28/07/2010
Album ARENA The Theory Of Molecular Inheritance (2022)
ARENA (UNITED KINGDOM)
The Theory Of Molecular Inheritance (2022)
4/5
4.4/5
VERGLAS / PROGRESSIVE ROCK / 0 com(s)
Boosted by the presence of Damian Wilson, Arena delivers a "Theory of Molecular Inheritance" that is difficult to take in default. Efficient and without risk.
ABADDON - 08/11/2022
 
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