All posts for the month March, 2019

The Ancient One is delighted to announce that the podcast for Show No 105 is now available. This is one of the “Featuring…” series and is Vol 6, which features the Norwegian band, Fatal Fusion.

The pic is the view this morning (31st March 2019) out of the Eyrie Studio window. Beautiful reflections in the calm waters of the bay.


1 The Nice – Brandenburger (excerpt used as the intro..taken from the 3cd boxset..The Immediate Years)
2 Coma Rossi – Dream ( Coma Rossi 2019)
3 Fatal Fusion – Out In The Fields Pt 1-4 (Land Of The Sun 2010)
4 Mostly Autumn – Viking Funeral (White Rainbow 2018)
5 Machines Dream – Toronto Skyline (Revisionist History 2018)
6 The Inner Road – Water Wheel (The Majestic Garden 2019)
7 White Willow – Leaving the House of Thanatos (Ex Tenebris 1998)
8 Fatal Fusion – The City Of Zerych Pt 1-6 (The Ancient Tale 2013)
9 Lucy In Blue – In Flight (In Flight 2019)
10 Eris Pluvia – La Chanson De Jeanne (Tales From Another Time 2019)
11 Apogee – Conspiracy Of Fools (Conspiracy Of Fools 2018)
12 Fatal Fusion – Total Absence (Total Absence 2016)
13 The Cosmic Remedy – The Farewell Suite (The Cosmic Remedy 2013)
14 Willowglass – The Dream Harbour (The Dream Harbour 2013)
15 Van Der Graaf Generator – Refugees (single 1970)
16 The Nice – Brandenburger (excerpt used as the outro..taken from the 3cd boxset..The Immediate Years)

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Progarchives own Special Collaborator Kev Rowland have now released the first of his three books that chronicle all the reviews he wrote up until 2006. The books will all be published by Gonzo Multimedia.

For more information and various links about the case in hand, the press release is published, among other places, here:

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A few details about the Heaven & Earth box have been released as well as pre-orders are being taken. 

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Northern Star 28th  March 2019

A bit of a Rush

Theme Pallas – Northern Star

  1. The Walker Brothers – No regrets
  2. The Far Meadow – Mud
  3. Konstantin Jambazov – Immortality
  4. Dr Raza – dreaming in Binary
  5. Mute Gods – One day
  6. Alabama 3 – Hypo full of love (the 12 step program)
  7. Ciolkowska – Oklolo Togo
  8. Last Flight to Pluto – Supergirl
  9. OAK – – Wittenberger Fuchstanz
  10. Checking For Echo – The War within
  11. Genesis – Entangled
  12. The Tirith – A leap in The dark/ The Autumn of our days
  13. Злурад (Zlurad) – Король Людоед (king Cannibal)
  14. Aton Five – Journey
  15. Scott Walker – Phrasing
  16. Easy All Stars – For the Benefit Of Mr Kite (Feat Ranking Roger)
  17. Dandelion Charm – Stephanie
  18. Banco Del Mutuo Soccorso – I ruderi del gulag
  19. Jethro Tull – Passion Play pt 2

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Swedish progressive rock instrumentalists GÖSTA BERLINGS SAGA continue to promote their 5th studio album “ET EX”, released via InsideOutMusic worldwide last October. 

Therefore, GBS are releasing a new digital single of the non-album track “Ornament and Crime” today, which can be heard here:

GBS checked in with the following comment about the track:
“The basic idea for the song ‘Ornament and Crime‘ was written over 10 years ago but never really made it to tape. For the ‘ET EX‘ recording we tried some new ideas around the song and it turned out really good. The song did not find its place on the album mostly due to LP length constraints but it is now instead a perfectly weird instrumental smash hit for Spring 2019.”

Next up, GBS are set to appear at Roadburn Festival, taking place April 11-14th, 2019 in Tilburg, The Netherlands. The band is part of “The Burning Darkness“ event, curated At The Gates/Disfear frontman Tomas Lindberg. More details can be found here: &

Here is a list of the group’s upcoming shows:

April 12, 2019 – Tilburg, The Netherlands – 013 / Roadburn Festival
August 9,2019 – Oslo, Norway – Oslo Kulturhus / Øya Nights

And more dates to be announced soon…

Media quotes on “ET EX“:
“They might just get the attention their uniquely cinematic visions deserve.” – Prog Magazine
“Creating soundscape that conjure up visions of the icy clarity of their homeland, the quartet visit the melodic and dramatically cinematic.” – Louder Than War

Next to an initial Digipak CD format and the Digital Album format, “ET EX“ is also available as 180gr. LP (with the entire album on CD as bonus) on black vinyl, but also as strictly limited runs on clear vinyl (100x copies via IOM webshop / CM Distro) and on silver vinyl (200x copies via the band directly).

Order “ET EX“ it its various formats here:

Or here from the IOM shop:

Check out the two singles released for “ET EX” here:
“Capercaillie Lammergeyer Cassowary & Repeat“:
“The Shortcomings of Efficiency”:

Also check out an introductory interview with GBS as well as a teaser for “ET EX“ here:
Album teaser:
GBS interview:

And a rehearsal video of the track “Square 5” can be seen here:

Alexander Skepp – Drums & Percussion
David Lundberg – Fender Rhodes, Mellotron & Synthesizers
Gabriel Tapper – Bass Guitar & Moog Taurus
Rasmus Booberg – Guitars & Synthesizers



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This week on Prog-Watch I’m spinning some great new(er) stuff from O.R.k., VAK, Mostly Autumn, Ed Wynne, Tim Bowness, and Weezer (yes, Weezer)! I’ll also be mixing in some great older selections from a Guest DJ by the name of Reno Faoro! Reno’s picks include stuff by Carmen, Minimum Vital, Duncan Browne, Bloodrock, and Golden Earring! If you haven’t heard of some of these artists, I strongly suggest you come along for the ride and expand your “Prog-cabulary”! All are interesting and worth hearing!

613: Variety + A Guest DJ Feature


Edition 187 of Sounds That Can Be Made is now available as a podcast!


Verbal Delirium – The Decayed Reflection (A Verbal Delirium) (from The Imprisoned Words of Fear)
Poem – Unique (from Unique)
Borderline Syndrome – Inflated Society (from Stateless)
Methexis – Eradicated Will (from The Fall of Bliss)
Ciccada – A Child in the Mirror (from A Child in the Mirror)
Vangelis – Heaven And Hell (Part I) (from Heaven And Hell)
Socrates – Queen Of The Universe (from Phos)
Aphrodite’s Child – The Four Horsemen (from 666 (The Apocalypse Of John, 13/18))
Axis – Bad Trip (from Ela Ela)
Akritas – Ego (from Akritas)
La Tulipe Noire – A Beggar’s Tale (from Faded Leaves)
Playgrounded – Crossing (from In Time With Gravity)
Mother Of Millions – Shine (from Sigma)
Need – Alltribe (from Hegaiamas: a song for freedom)
Apocalypsis – Metempsychosis (from Apocalypsis)
PLJ Band – Armageddon I (from Armageddon)
Bob Katsionis – March of the Spirits (from Imaginary Force)
Oh – Run Away (from Synemotion)
Mother Turtle – Zea Mice Part 2 (from Zea Mice)

Proving that prog isn't just for dinosaurs!

I’m delighted to announce that the podcast for edition 282 of Live From Progzilla Towers is now available.

In this edition we heard the following music:

  • Emerson Lake And Palmer – A Time And A Place
  • Avantasia – Ghost In The Moon
  • Joost Maglev – Angel
  • Cathederal – The Search
  • Zio – Wings Inside
  • Devin Townsend – Evermore
  • Fernando Perdomo – While My Guitar Gently Weeps
  • Fernando Perdomo – Beautiful
  • Steeleye Span – All Around My Hat
  • Scott Walker – Farmer In The City
  • Leafblade – Portrait
  • Mellotronanism – Ebb And Flow
  • Kraftwerk – Computer Liebe
  • Kraftwerk – Musik Non Stop
  • Kraftwerk – Spacelab
  • Greenslade – Catalan
  • The Tangent – Lost In London
  • Mostly Autumn – Viking Funeral
  • The Mute Gods – Twisted World Godless Universe
  • The Far Meadow – Travelogue
  • Walker Brothers – The Sun Aint Gonna Shine Anymore

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International experimental prog rock quartet Kalika return this Spring with the release of their sophomore EP entitled Data Religion. Comprised of six songs Data Religion comes a year after the group’s debut EP effort Enter Kalki. Teaming with us at Prog Sphere, the band is premiering a lyric video for “Poison Mouth,” a lead single from the upcoming release. Watch it below.

Commented singer Prannay Sastry: “When I was writing lyrics for each of the songs on the EP, I wanted to convey some complex and abstract ideas as comprehensively as I could. I was looking to express feelings, states of mind, thought patterns, sensory perception and other abstract things using the crude implement of language—an artistic challenge. Always aware that I would fall short in that endeavour, I decided to approach the lyrics in a minimalistic way. The lyrics for ‘Poison Mouth,’ therefore ended up being written as a sort of riddle—making it easier for me to hint at the abstract. The answer to the riddle is anyone’s guess, but I had intended for it to be understood within the context of the theme of the EP. Other songs on the EP will also explore the theme of ‘Data Religion,’ but from different points of view.

He continued: “‘Poison Mouth’ came together in a wonderfully organic fashion, like many other songs on ‘Data Religion.’ It began with a few small ideas that were introduced into jam sessions. In a matter of days, the song had grown and taken on a life of its own. Though most of the original ideas and parts were unchanged, the song itself seemed to bear almost no resemblance to what we had started off with. The song really felt like more than the sum of its parts, and this was, quite frankly, the best result we could have hoped for. We used this sort of ‘holistic’ writing process for other songs on the EP, but the outcomes were all quite unique. Each song has its own sound and its own message, but they all sound very much like Kalika. Much like in ‘Poison Mouth’, there are moments on the EP when we explore our progressive, experimental sides, and there are some jam-like moments too. Overall, what can you expect from the EP? A journey that is emotive and at times cinematic.

On Data Religion, Kalika explore the overall climate/atmosphere of the time and delve deep into psychological effects “technological advancements” have on the average person.

In Sastry’s own words: “The first song begins with the chant ‘the one who knows you, owns you’. These lyrics set the tone for an EP that explores the ever growing societal trend towards domination, aggression and greed in a time where a rich data hoarding elite call the shots.

Data Religion will be launched this Spring. For more information visit, and follow the band on Facebook and Instagram.

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