Articles by Bidisha
We never constrain our inspiration. We let it pour out onto our instruments and the most fun we have, the more powerful are the resulting emotions.
After the unison of around 25 years, the fragmentation of Envy came as a shock to their fans. Things got back in place soon after when the frontman Tetsuya Fukagawa rejoined. This February, 2020, the math-rock band from Japan releases a new album The Fallen Crimson.
Soord mesmerises his listeners with his reverberant vocals and his prodigal compositions skills, with a conscious effort to peel off the probable cliché he is prone to be associated with. This emotionally charging album is a dive into a rumination of life and losses intertwined with the simple yet spiffing musical structures.
Bruce Soord candidly speaks about his new solo album, his equation with Katatonia and how the band The Pineapple Thief functions after Gavin Harrison joined the band.
With this abandonment of identity Pitfalls will send sonic shockwaves to the long time Leprous listeners. The Congregation might have been it, but keeping the comparisons aside grabbing the Pitfalls and listening to a new and honest Leprous will not hurt.
With a spectrum of Åkerfeldt’s prodigious skills, this is the quintessential album that Opeth fans cannot dismiss.
Progressive metal group Klone from France release their album Le Grand Voyage on 20th September on Kscope. Bidisha Kesh caught up with vocalist Yann Ligner to find out more.
In this era of plentiful banks of insane music softwares, this prog rock duo validates that the success of a song can be attained even with the most simplistic approach.
With faithful listeners of this genre having to contest their choices, and the escalating number of post-rock artists emerging from diverse regions of the world, it is challenging to make a mark, but fortunately In Lights stitches into the scene seamlessly.