Audiobook Review: The Half Made World by Felix Gilman

On August 1, 2013, in Book Review, Music Review, Paul Weimer, by Paul Weimer

Beyond the mighty Opal mountains and the civilized worlds of the kingdoms of Koenigswald and Juddua, lies the Half-Made World, where reality is still fluid, and in the uttermost west, turns toward formlessness and lack of definition. Here, two arcane powers, the technological remorseless of The Line, and the chaotic nature of The Gun, compete […]


Music Review: Arch/Matheos Sympathetic Resonance

On November 16, 2011, in Mike Frighetto, Music, Music Review, by Mike Frighetto

Once I heard John Arch, formerly of Fates Warning, and Jim Matheos, current and founding member of Fates Warning, were recording a full-length album together  it easily became my most anticipated album of the year. Arch and Matheos made some great music back in the mid-to-late 80s and I looked forward to hear what they […]

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Music Review: Presto Ballet Invisible Places

On June 6, 2011, in Mike Frighetto, Music Review, by Mike Frighetto

If you’ve never heard of Presto Ballet, that’s okay, I didn’t either until I came across them as a suggested band on iTunes about a year ago. Presto Ballet is a progressive rock band formed by Kurt Vanderhoof, guitarist for Metal Church. He wanted to pay homage to the prog bands from the 70s so […]

Music Review: Stryper The Covering

On March 28, 2011, in Music Review, by Mike Frighetto

Releasing a cover album is a tricky thing. Sure, you don’t have to write the songs, which saves time, but will your fan base like the album if the material is different than your regular works? That is a question that comes to my mind as I listened to Stryper’s latest release called, interestingly enough, […]

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Music Review: Spock’s Beard X

On February 21, 2011, in Music Review, by Mike Frighetto

The opening bombastic notes of  Spock’s Beard’s latest album, X, almost seem to say, “Hey, we’re back!” After several listens, I believe them. First,  a brief history.  Spock’s Beard released their first album, The Light, in 1995 to a lot of praise in the small progressive rock scene. They followed with five more albums, each […]

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