Holy Rohan Empire

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Hype Hype Haken Hype

I've been listening to this song ever since it came out, and it's really quite great. While I do feel some Leprous vibes, Haken clearly maintains their unique and stellar style, creating a breed of progressive music that actually progresses. Well, here's... Continue Reading →


Album in Focus: King – Fleshgod Apocalypse (2016)

Previously, I had declared The Fool as one of the strongest singles of the year so far, and praised it for its improved production, and its perfection as a single. From my first listen of the song, I have been waiting... Continue Reading →

I’m Back

Well my two weeks without access to a computer has ended. That means I can post again. I've posted something on Drizzle Downwards, and I might as well post something here. Except I have too little of an idea of... Continue Reading →

On Future Postings

tl;dr will be posting around once/twice a week on both blogs from two weeks later onwards, until further notice

Album in Focus: Curve Of The Earth – Mystery Jets (2016)

I had no expectations for this album. Heck, I hadn't even heard of the band until a few days ago, and same goes for this album. I haven't listened to any of their previous songs or albums, and this means... Continue Reading →


Cadence If without us suddenly there was a stop in the scene Some silence and hisses amidst tall concrete figures Try tell the climbers not to set up and conquer As indigenous flowers crushed come back and flounder And the growth... Continue Reading →

How Dost Thou Write, Pt. 2

An Important Announcement

Hello guys. It'll be three years since I've started this blog this April. Three years. I really never thought that this blog would last so long. Over the past three years, I have been blogging about my taste in music,... Continue Reading →

Album in Focus: 4 1/2 – Steven Wilson (2016)

As y'all probably know, Steven Wilson, the beloved of modern prog, has released an EP on 22 Jan 2016, after his 4th album (and total masterpiece) Hand. Cannot. Erase., which I would consider the best release of the previous year. Last... Continue Reading →

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