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Monuments‘ sophomore studio album The Amanuensis is slated for a vinyl re-issue on April 18 via German label Backbite Records.

London’s very own Djent/Progressive Metal band Monuments was founded in 2009. Quickly they made it to a record deal with Century Media and put out their debut album Gnosis in 2012. Following a few line-up changes The Amanuesis dropped in 2014, featuring a former Periphery member Christopher Barretto on vocals.

Lyrics inspired by David Mitchell‘s book “Cloud Atlas” and an incredible level of technique, gambling around with Metalcore, Djent and Modern Metal, marked the band’s position as a top-notch act in its genre. Touring the world continuously, Monuments have a huge following around the world.

German record label Backbite Records, specialized on vinyl reissues, signed a licensing deal with Century Media for a 500 copies vinyl repressing of The Amanuensis. The prices for the original pressings went crazy and it is very hard to find the copies of original pressing on market today. Time to fill the gap, your chance to snatch a copy of this gem.

There will be 500 copies in total: 100 on a milky clear vinyl, and 400 on a magenta w/ black marble effect vinyl. High quality lacquer cut at Flight13 duplications Germany and vinyl production at MPO France. Street date is April 18, 2020.

Pre-sale is up now at www.backbite-records.de

Monuments - The Amanuensis vinyl reissue

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According to BillboardRush song streams surged by 776% while sales grew by more than 2,000% in the U.S. in the days following the death of drummer Neil Peart.

Between January 10 and January 13, on-demand audio and video streams of Rush‘s catalog increased to a combined 24.54 million. The band’s 1981 classic ”Tom Sawyer” was the most streamed song during the period, with 2.8 million listens, compared to the 698,000 streams it registered between January 6 and January 9. Song sales were at 19,000 compared to 1,000 in the previous three days, with album sales increasing 1,820% to 6,000.

Elsewhere, Rush songs took up 23 of the 25 positions on Billboard‘s LyricFind U.S. and LyricFind Global charts dated January 18. The LyricFind Global and LyricFind U.S. charts rank the fastest-momentum-gaining tracks in lyric-search queries and usages globally and in the U.S., respectively, provided by LyricFind. The Global chart includes queries from all countries, including the U.S. Once again, ”Tom Sawyer” was the most popular song on the Global chart, followed by ”Limelight” (No. 2), ”The Trees” (No. 3), ”The Temples Of Syrinx” (No. 4), ”Losing It” (No. 5) and ”The Garden” (No. 6).

Rush‘s final show took place at the Forum in Los Angeles on August 1, 2015. Peart indicated at the time that he wanted to retire while he was still able to play well, along with a desire to spend more time at home with his young daughter.

Peart died on January 7 at the age of 67 from an aggressive form of brain cancer that he battled for more than three years. The band announced his passing on January 10, setting off shockwaves and an outpouring of grief from fans and musicians all over the world.

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According to BillboardRush song streams surged by 776% while sales grew by more than 2,000% in the U.S. in the days following the death of drummer Neil Peart.

Between January 10 and January 13, on-demand audio and video streams of Rush‘s catalog increased to a combined 24.54 million. The band’s 1981 classic ”Tom Sawyer” was the most streamed song during the period, with 2.8 million listens, compared to the 698,000 streams it registered between January 6 and January 9. Song sales were at 19,000 compared to 1,000 in the previous three days, with album sales increasing 1,820% to 6,000.

Elsewhere, Rush songs took up 23 of the 25 positions on Billboard‘s LyricFind U.S. and LyricFind Global charts dated January 18. The LyricFind Global and LyricFind U.S. charts rank the fastest-momentum-gaining tracks in lyric-search queries and usages globally and in the U.S., respectively, provided by LyricFind. The Global chart includes queries from all countries, including the U.S. Once again, ”Tom Sawyer” was the most popular song on the Global chart, followed by ”Limelight” (No. 2), ”The Trees” (No. 3), ”The Temples Of Syrinx” (No. 4), ”Losing It” (No. 5) and ”The Garden” (No. 6).

Rush‘s final show took place at the Forum in Los Angeles on August 1, 2015. Peart indicated at the time that he wanted to retire while he was still able to play well, along with a desire to spend more time at home with his young daughter.

Peart died on January 7 at the age of 67 from an aggressive form of brain cancer that he battled for more than three years. The band announced his passing on January 10, setting off shockwaves and an outpouring of grief from fans and musicians all over the world.

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Noted progressive metal vocalists Russell Allen (Symphony X, Adrenaline Mob) and Anette Olzon (The Dark Element, ex-Nightwish) will release a collaborative album titled Worlds Apart on March 6 via Frontiers Music Srl. The project will be issued under the moniker Allen/Olzon.

Allen and acclaimed Swedish guitarist, songwriter and producer Magnus Karlsson (Primal Fear, Magnus Karlsson’s Free Fall) collaborated successfully on three critically acclaimed albums where Russell dueted with Norwegian singer Jorn Lande. After a break in their collaboration on said albums, where former Stratovarius guitarist Timo Tolkki stepped in and oversaw an album, Magnus has returned to the fold, but with an exciting new twist to the formula. This time, Russell and Magnus welcome none other than the amazingly talented Olzon as Allen‘s vocal partner and offer up an unbelievable new duets album.

Worlds Apart track listing:

01. Never Die
02. Worlds Apart
03. I’ll Never Leave You
04. What If I Live
05. Lost Soul
06. No Sign Of Life
07. One More Chance
08. My Enemy
09. Who You Really Are
10. Cold Inside
11. Who’s Gonna Stop Me Now

Recording lineup:

Vocals – Russell AllenAnette Olzon
Guitars, bass and keyboards – Magnus Karlsson
Drums – Anders Köllerfors

Since the end of her five-year stint with Nightwish in 2012, Olzon released a solo album, 2014′s Shine, and formed The Dark Element with former Sonata Arctica guitarist Jani Liimatainen. The group’s self-titled debut album was released in 2017; a follow-up, Songs The Night Sings, was released in November.

Over the past 14 years, Allen — best known as the front man of long-running progressive metal group Symphony X — has released four acclaimed collaborative albums with Norwegian singer Jørn Lande (Masterplan, Avantasia, Jorn). The first three Allen/Lande releases were produced and written by Karlsson, with the fourth and most recent — 2014′s The Great Divide — produced and written by Tolkki.

Last month, Anette commented on the upcoming LP, writing on social media: “So this is my secret project I’ve hinted about. To make an album with such a great and versatile singer as Russell Allen is an honor for me, and to have Magnus Karlsson making the songs and playing is also an honor.

Allen — who has toured with Trans-Siberian Orchestra since 2013 — was recently injured during the rehearsals for TSO‘s annual winter tour. He will spend much of 2020 touring with Symphony X, which will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year.

Allen/Olzon - Worlds Apart

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Noted progressive metal vocalists Russell Allen (Symphony X, Adrenaline Mob) and Anette Olzon (The Dark Element, ex-Nightwish) will release a collaborative album titled Worlds Apart on March 6 via Frontiers Music Srl. The project will be issued under the moniker Allen/Olzon.

Allen and acclaimed Swedish guitarist, songwriter and producer Magnus Karlsson (Primal Fear, Magnus Karlsson’s Free Fall) collaborated successfully on three critically acclaimed albums where Russell dueted with Norwegian singer Jorn Lande. After a break in their collaboration on said albums, where former Stratovarius guitarist Timo Tolkki stepped in and oversaw an album, Magnus has returned to the fold, but with an exciting new twist to the formula. This time, Russell and Magnus welcome none other than the amazingly talented Olzon as Allen‘s vocal partner and offer up an unbelievable new duets album.

Worlds Apart track listing:

01. Never Die
02. Worlds Apart
03. I’ll Never Leave You
04. What If I Live
05. Lost Soul
06. No Sign Of Life
07. One More Chance
08. My Enemy
09. Who You Really Are
10. Cold Inside
11. Who’s Gonna Stop Me Now

Recording lineup:

Vocals – Russell AllenAnette Olzon
Guitars, bass and keyboards – Magnus Karlsson
Drums – Anders Köllerfors

Since the end of her five-year stint with Nightwish in 2012, Olzon released a solo album, 2014′s Shine, and formed The Dark Element with former Sonata Arctica guitarist Jani Liimatainen. The group’s self-titled debut album was released in 2017; a follow-up, Songs The Night Sings, was released in November.

Over the past 14 years, Allen — best known as the front man of long-running progressive metal group Symphony X — has released four acclaimed collaborative albums with Norwegian singer Jørn Lande (Masterplan, Avantasia, Jorn). The first three Allen/Lande releases were produced and written by Karlsson, with the fourth and most recent — 2014′s The Great Divide — produced and written by Tolkki.

Last month, Anette commented on the upcoming LP, writing on social media: “So this is my secret project I’ve hinted about. To make an album with such a great and versatile singer as Russell Allen is an honor for me, and to have Magnus Karlsson making the songs and playing is also an honor.

Allen — who has toured with Trans-Siberian Orchestra since 2013 — was recently injured during the rehearsals for TSO‘s annual winter tour. He will spend much of 2020 touring with Symphony X, which will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year.

Allen/Olzon - Worlds Apart

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This news story was originally published here: https://theprogressiveaspect.net/blog/2020/01/17/spirit-two-sides-of-a-rainbow/

The release of this album made me very happy indeed, as I used to have it on vinyl many years ago (on the Illegal Records label). This new sonically improved version not only acts as a decent reissue, it expands considerably on that album, from its then circa 45-minute running time to a most generous and whopping 159 minutes. This is down to the inclusion of the whole of the US version of Live Spirit, which is some 35 minutes on its own, but now includes the full set that was performed at that Rainbow gig back in 1978 when Spirit were supported by The Police. Yes, the Roxanne bleached blonde new wavers who went onto worldwide success within the next 18 months.

So what we have here is a thrilling re-crafting of that original album by Spirit archivist Mick Skidmore, whose deep passion for this group has made the release a real labour of love for him. This is a truly awesome album and presents the best of Spirit in their favourite setting, the live stage.

There is so much to enjoy here, from the fabulous sound of Randy California’s guitar work (once a contemporary of Jimi Hendrix), to the fleet-fingered bass playing of Larry “Fuzzy” Knight and the jazz influenced drumming of Ed Cassidy. Live, this trio could – and did – blow the roof off most venues with their concentrated power and stellar performances. Recorded at the Rainbow in March 1978 and during a brief whistle-stop tour of Europe and the UK, where they played just four shows, including Colchester, Bristol and a recording for Germany’s Rockplast TV.

The sold out Rainbow show was revered as the best of those dates and was recorded with the intention of a live album release. Sadly, the original recording was compromised with only the effects side of the guitar recorded and not the clean/straight channel. In order for the original album to be released, Randy California painstakingly re-recorded his guitar parts. Such is the stuff of legend. The twist to the story came some 30 years later when cassette tapes (from the soundboard) were found and, although of poor quality, were painstakingly enhanced and restored to the original masters. So finally we hear what was heard on the night!

The Two Sides of a Rainbow includes the full two-hour show, including all six encores, clocking in at over 35 minutes in all. The set also includes the full US version of the Spirit live album, with Randy California’s overdubs. Sadly he never heard the ‘Raw Tapes’ as he died in 1997 while swimming in the sea off Hawaii. This album offers an opportunity to hear once again his often misunderstood talent and fiery guitar work.

Across the release there are several Hendrix, or associated, songs, including Hey Joe, Like A Rolling Stone, Stone Free, Wild Thing and naturally All Along the Watchtower, all of which are highly entertaining. There is also a 17-minute drum solo from Ed Cassidy and fine bass work throughout from Larry Knight – especially his solo on Looking Down.

The concert material swings along nicely, with great performances from all the musicians. Granted, Randy’s voice is possibly an acquired taste, but his guitar sings out loud and clear. Yes, it’s a bit Sixties and hippy-ish, but for my money all the better for it – you can almost smell the patchouli oil and the joints that were almost certainly present.

As one might expect from Cherry Red Records, the sound is good, clear and retains the excitement of the concert. Along with this, the packaging is exemplary, especially the booklet that comes with this set, which is both very informative and beautifully illustrated, making it is a highly recommended package for me and one I commend to you all. Perhaps more psychedelia than prog, but certainly worthy of your time. From start to finish you can marvel at the sound of a truly great band doing what they do best, albeit some forty years ago now. Truly remarkable music, timeless and so very worthy. If you liked Spirit, in any incarnation, or had the earlier 1978 LP Live at the Rainbow, then this one is definitely for you. Fabulous stuff!

TRACK LISTING
DISC ONE

01. Rainbow Jam Electro Jam (6:00)
02. Mr. Skin (4:37)
03. Natures Way (3:26)
04. Like A Rolling Stone (8:01)
05. Hollywood Dream (4:18)
06. Animal Zoo (4:23)
07. 1984 (3:52)
08. Hey Joe (8:55)
09. Looking Down (8:53)
10. Love Charged (4:59)
11. All The Same (17:06)
12. I Got A Line On You (5:15)

DISC TWO
01. All Along The Watchtower (8:34)
02. Downer (3:33)
03. Turn To The Right (7:01)
04. Rainbow Jam Electro Jam Return (2:59)
05. Stone Free (6:02)
06. Wild Thing (7:01)
Live Spirit (US Release) Multi-track mix with overdubs:
07. Rock And Roll Planet (3:02)
08. Natures Way (3:25)
09. Animal Zoo (4:17)
10. Looking Down (7:30)
11. 1984 (3:27)
12. All The Same (10:19)
13. I Got A Line On You (3:16)
14. These Are Words (4:05)
15. Hollywood Dream (4:22)

Total Time – 159:00

MUSICIANS
Randy California – Guitar, Vocals
Larry “Fuzzy” Knight – Bass
Ed Cassidy – Drums

ADDITIONAL INFO
Record Label: Info at Cherry Red Records
Catalogue#: ECLEC22704
Date of Release: 6th December 2019

LINKS
Spirit – Info at Cherry Red Records

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In the closing moments of 2019, French instrumental quartet Stömb released “Ephemeral” – the first taste of their forthcoming album From Nihil. With the album now available to preorder via BandCamp, the band descend once more into a tense, atmospheric conceptual universe with the unveiling of the brand new video single, “Dimension Zero.” Watch it below.

Merging harrowing melody with grinding, djent-infected riffs and tight rhythmic corners, Stömb’s latest slice of dynamic intensity serves as the opening track to their forthcoming studio album From Nihil, which releases on 31st January and serves as the follow-up to their 2015 debut album The Grey.

Inspired by “the vastness and power of the cosmos and dark matter, whose nature and properties completely elude us”, Stömb’s latest single continues to delve into the album’s bleak-yet-thought-provoking concept centred around themes of “cosmic chaos, nothingness and the insignificance of man within the universe”. Where the video for previous single “Ephemeral” offered an artistic visual accompaniment to the track, the performance video of “Dimension Zero” plays out with intentional simplicity, ensuring that the band’s powerful instrumental onslaught remains at the absolute forefront.

On the release of their latest album single, the band comments:

We are really proud to share with you this second extract of our upcoming album ‘From Nihil‘! The video for this single is an immersive live performance driving our mind alternatively through two different dimensions, ingrown by lights and darkness. The beginning of a long journey and an intricate introspection…

You can stream ‘Dimension Zero’ now via Spotify. Stömb will release ‘From Nihil’ on 31st January 2020 – preorders of the album can be made via Bandcamp. Follow the band on social media via FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

STÖMB is:

Aurélien De Freitas – Guitar
Tom Bonetto – Guitar
Alexandre Garachon – Bass
Tom Gadonna – Drums

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In the closing moments of 2019, French instrumental quartet Stömb released “Ephemeral” – the first taste of their forthcoming album From Nihil. With the album now available to preorder via BandCamp, the band descend once more into a tense, atmospheric conceptual universe with the unveiling of the brand new video single, “Dimension Zero.” Watch it below.

Merging harrowing melody with grinding, djent-infected riffs and tight rhythmic corners, Stömb’s latest slice of dynamic intensity serves as the opening track to their forthcoming studio album From Nihil, which releases on 31st January and serves as the follow-up to their 2015 debut album The Grey.

Inspired by “the vastness and power of the cosmos and dark matter, whose nature and properties completely elude us”, Stömb’s latest single continues to delve into the album’s bleak-yet-thought-provoking concept centred around themes of “cosmic chaos, nothingness and the insignificance of man within the universe”. Where the video for previous single “Ephemeral” offered an artistic visual accompaniment to the track, the performance video of “Dimension Zero” plays out with intentional simplicity, ensuring that the band’s powerful instrumental onslaught remains at the absolute forefront.

On the release of their latest album single, the band comments:

We are really proud to share with you this second extract of our upcoming album ‘From Nihil‘! The video for this single is an immersive live performance driving our mind alternatively through two different dimensions, ingrown by lights and darkness. The beginning of a long journey and an intricate introspection…

You can stream ‘Dimension Zero’ now via Spotify. Stömb will release ‘From Nihil’ on 31st January 2020 – preorders of the album can be made via Bandcamp. Follow the band on social media via FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

STÖMB is:

Aurélien De Freitas – Guitar
Tom Bonetto – Guitar
Alexandre Garachon – Bass
Tom Gadonna – Drums

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Huntsmen have today unveiled details of their upcoming new album, titled Mandala of Fear, as well as announcing a run of tour dates in support of the release. The recently expanded Chicago quintet have premiered the first track to be taken from the album – “Ride Out” – along with an accompanying video, animated by Seth Whitehurst of Shadow Puppet Horror Theatre. Pre-orders for Mandala of Fear are now available and “Ride Out” is available on all streaming platforms.

Of the track vocalist, Chris Kang, comments: “‘Ride Out’ simmers with the adrenaline and gut churning dread of the dawn of battle. As one of humanity’s final wars ravages the land, sea, and air, a young soldier feels the coming storm in her bones and wonders if, when faced with taking a life, her rifle will be an extension of her will, or a lead weight in her hand.

With Mandala of Fear, Huntsmen have returned to add a dynamic new chapter to the rich and varied tradition of great American storytelling. Massive in scope and spanning two full LPs, the album explores themes of trauma, recovery, and – ultimately – survival, through the lens of a fully formed sci-fi-esque tale set in the near future as unending desert war crumbles into apocalypse. The story is further told through a 32-page graphic novel that accompanies the 2LP set. Having enlisted Aimee Bueno to provide vocals for the final track of previous album, American Scrap, her role has since evolved into being an equal participant in the Huntsmen adventure.

Whilst storytelling has been – and remains – at the core of all that Huntsmen is, they continue to dissolve the boundaries between metal and the more traditional modes of folk and country. Mandala of Fear marries melody and progressive elements to create an undulating foundation to layer its dystopian missive on atop.

Recorded at Decade Studios in Chicago with Sanford Parker occupying the producer’s chair, Parker’s own love of true American storytellers such as Waylon Jennings further imbued the spirit of the tradition into every crevice of the album, while his leanings toward icy electronic music provide a chilling and gut-wrenching counterpoint.

As well as the already announced show supporting Om on the day of release, Huntsmen will hit the road in the days after, several shows will feature labelmates Snow Burial. The band will also head to Europe in May to play Desertfest London. More live shows will be announced in due course.

Drummer Ray Knipe commented: ”We wanted to play some of the cities that have been supportive of us in the past, alongside some of our favorite local bands and friends. As we plan for the rest of what will be a busy year, it seemed appropriate to keep this run of shows short and to the point to make sure we celebrate our album release tactically.

3/13 – Garfield Park Conservatory, Chicago, IL*
3/14 – Mag Bar, Louisville, KY
3/20 – Mulligans Pub, Grand Rapids, MI *
3/21 – Metal Monkey Brewery, Romeoville, IL *
3/26 – Barley Pop, Madison, WI
3/27 – Blu Room, Dubuque, IA @ Blu Room
3/28 – Part Wolf Upstairs, Minneapolis MN

* No Snow Burial

HUNTSMEN is:

Chris Kang – Vocals, Guitars
Marc Stranger-Najjar – Bass, Vocals
Kirill Orlov – Guitars
Ray Knipe – Drums, Vocals
Aimee Bueno – Vocals

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Huntsmen have today unveiled details of their upcoming new album, titled Mandala of Fear, as well as announcing a run of tour dates in support of the release. The recently expanded Chicago quintet have premiered the first track to be taken from the album – “Ride Out” – along with an accompanying video, animated by Seth Whitehurst of Shadow Puppet Horror Theatre. Pre-orders for Mandala of Fear are now available and “Ride Out” is available on all streaming platforms.

Of the track vocalist, Chris Kang, comments: “‘Ride Out’ simmers with the adrenaline and gut churning dread of the dawn of battle. As one of humanity’s final wars ravages the land, sea, and air, a young soldier feels the coming storm in her bones and wonders if, when faced with taking a life, her rifle will be an extension of her will, or a lead weight in her hand.

With Mandala of Fear, Huntsmen have returned to add a dynamic new chapter to the rich and varied tradition of great American storytelling. Massive in scope and spanning two full LPs, the album explores themes of trauma, recovery, and – ultimately – survival, through the lens of a fully formed sci-fi-esque tale set in the near future as unending desert war crumbles into apocalypse. The story is further told through a 32-page graphic novel that accompanies the 2LP set. Having enlisted Aimee Bueno to provide vocals for the final track of previous album, American Scrap, her role has since evolved into being an equal participant in the Huntsmen adventure.

Whilst storytelling has been – and remains – at the core of all that Huntsmen is, they continue to dissolve the boundaries between metal and the more traditional modes of folk and country. Mandala of Fear marries melody and progressive elements to create an undulating foundation to layer its dystopian missive on atop.

Recorded at Decade Studios in Chicago with Sanford Parker occupying the producer’s chair, Parker’s own love of true American storytellers such as Waylon Jennings further imbued the spirit of the tradition into every crevice of the album, while his leanings toward icy electronic music provide a chilling and gut-wrenching counterpoint.

As well as the already announced show supporting Om on the day of release, Huntsmen will hit the road in the days after, several shows will feature labelmates Snow Burial. The band will also head to Europe in May to play Desertfest London. More live shows will be announced in due course.

Drummer Ray Knipe commented: ”We wanted to play some of the cities that have been supportive of us in the past, alongside some of our favorite local bands and friends. As we plan for the rest of what will be a busy year, it seemed appropriate to keep this run of shows short and to the point to make sure we celebrate our album release tactically.

3/13 – Garfield Park Conservatory, Chicago, IL*
3/14 – Mag Bar, Louisville, KY
3/20 – Mulligans Pub, Grand Rapids, MI *
3/21 – Metal Monkey Brewery, Romeoville, IL *
3/26 – Barley Pop, Madison, WI
3/27 – Blu Room, Dubuque, IA @ Blu Room
3/28 – Part Wolf Upstairs, Minneapolis MN

* No Snow Burial

HUNTSMEN is:

Chris Kang – Vocals, Guitars
Marc Stranger-Najjar – Bass, Vocals
Kirill Orlov – Guitars
Ray Knipe – Drums, Vocals
Aimee Bueno – Vocals

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