The best way to check that smoking new live album from Marenna is of course going to one of their concerts. Second best might be this video EPK 🙂 Enjoy!
Livin’ No Regrets is a smoking live album, showing Marenna taking the stage by storm in their home town of Caxias do Sul – Brazil. No studio re-recording, just raw and in your face. A must have!
Inserter is album 5 for Russian multi-instrumentalist Vitaly Kiselev and sees him raising the bar once more. Stuck in another beautiful design by Kiselev himself, this is essential for anyone serious about prog!
Check out the new video EPK for the rocking new Junkyard Chronicles EP (3 of 4) by the Cellar Dwellers!
The latest bunch of reviews that have come in:
US site Sea Of Tranquility write about Sunrise Auranaut and The Ocean Of Unspoken Words here. It is well written, and honest, thank you Steven.
And last but not least some reviews for Still Living and their wonderful Ymmij opus. German site Musikreviews wrote about theme here. And Dutch site RockPortaal’s findings you can read here. We will try to translate to English soon, or use Google :).
Our recent releases have been getting lots of attention around the world. Not all love of course, but hey we are indies and cannot afford to pay loads of advertising money. 🙂
But still, some very nice reports coming back.
If you want to know what some of the press is saying, check the next links:
UK, The Midlands Rocks: Brian McGowan calls Tragiks Phil Vincent the insider’s AOR hero, so that is quite the compliment in a way. Read his thoughts on the album here. Thank you Brian! Also find reviews for Still Living and Cryptic Nature there.
Dutch Lords Of Metal also wrote about these releases. Not all friendly… But the Still Living one is quite nice. Read that here.
UK’s Woody’s Rock Reviews gave Tragik – Tainted an 8 /10. Read here why.
And also Mr. H. from Zeitgeist / The Rocker tells us Tainted is “another enjoyable release for those of who grew up with this kind of music”. Read his thoughts on his website.
US site Sea Of Tranquility have done a review of our album. Writer Jon Neudorf gives his honest view and the admirable advice to go listen for yourself. This because he likes the music and musicianship more than the vocals, with the exception of a couple of tracks.
- For me the strong point of the album is definitely the musicianship of Peter Cox. He is an excellent musician.
- Ehinger fares better in the melancholic “The Water Bearer”, lush with keyboards and strings and defined by pretty piano and lead vocals.
- The disc does include three instrumentals with each showcasing the talent Cox possesses both as a musician and as a highly skilled melodicist.
On a whole the album still got 3/5 stars. Read the full review here. Thank you Jon!
Next new release is from the Cellar Dwellers! January 19, 2018 Junkyard Chronicles part 3 will see the light of day!
The album will be released with a party at Grenswerk Café Venlo (NL). And we will be there and bring cd’s! So why not join us for some rocking music, fun, a beer, whatever!
To get a feel of what is coming, enjoy Enemy from Part 1:
Roxx2Metal also really liked the album, find that here.
And more from Uber Rock (“they could be huge”) and Rock Files Promo (“a huge step forward and credits for the amazing work”), the latter also put it in their 2017 Top 20!
So fan of #melodicrock #hardrock and #AOR. You know what to do 🙂