Thirty years of Levelling The Land – celebrated in style in Manchester by The Levellers.
Mike has been photographing and writing about bands going back many years. A former writer and Reviews Editor on Louder Than War as well as several online music blogs, he also contributes to Fireworks and to Powerplay Rock & Metal magazines.
Fourth Moon release album number two with Austrian, French, Scottish and Italian influences thrown into the pot.
The Ocean take their ambitious work into the live arena. Phanerozoic Live captures them at their devastating best.
Behemoth’s Nergal emerges in the guise of Me And That Man in the follow up to the Vol. 1 album of the same name.
Hannah James and Toby Kuhn collaborate on a blend of English Folk and European melodies.
Marillion give another outstanding Manchester perfromance
Seth Lakeman and his band celebrate fifteen years of Freedom Fields and mark the new album in Manchester.
Maybeshewill return from a lengthy absence with an independently produced meisterwork.
1960 on Pipe Records -the 23rd album from Martyn Joseph finds him coming to understand who he is and what life is.
Marillion return to the live stage this month. We mull over their ten date tour.
Despatches on Khaki Angel Records. An expansive and eclectic new set from author Louis de Bernieres
Sam Kelly & The Lost Boys bring the album launch tour for The Wishing Tree to Manchester Night & Day.
Emma Ruth Rundle delves deep in a lyrical and musical masterpiece.
Haken’s Ross Jennings goes solo with a surprisingly eclectic yet massively appealing collection – including one of our tracks of the year.
The latest from Prog Metal titans Dream Theater. The heavyweight champs of the Prog Metal world do their stuff.