Articles by Zachary Nathanson
Like a stick of dynamite, ready to explode at any second.
All in all, it’s great to see this album getting some attention thanks to Wilson’s sublime remix. It’s very much a rebirth by giving The Missing Piece acknowledgment that it properly deserves for 2024.
Going through the second album is like looking through an old scrapbook, reflecting the wonderful memories you had.
His music has touched so many people. With Damo, it’s more than just his run with CAN, but what he had accomplished by inspiring the next generation to keep his legacy alive with the Network.
An off-the-wall chaotic sound with a large, massive full-scale assault.
Very much a band of brothers creating some of the most intense, weird, and balls to the wall releases MoonJune has given its listeners in 2024.
There’s no denying that this box set which you have in your hands is something fresh, something peculiar, something classical, and something weird.
The Eternal is going to be one of those albums that’ll be talked about in the years to come.
Like going through a survival of the fittest during those heady times. Not only there’s the complex signatures, but pushing through to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
New Nights of Euphoria is an album that is to be played in the dark with candles lighten in the room. And be prepared for massive listens to get an understanding on why Strange New Dawn aren’t your daddy’s prog band.
Everything on Ember and Rust is like a ticking time-bomb waiting to explode at any second.
It is fearless, brave, and a bold release for Peter to spread his wings once more and fly off into the night.
The delicious pudding that they made us, is a special treat with a hallucinated gem, waiting for seconds to devour.
If you’re very new to their music, then this album, Close to the Edge, and Fragile are beginners to get you ready for the adventure that awaits you. And the truth is, it’s more exciting than ever!
Metallic folk, and bringing the powers that be, it shows how far the band have come a long way since their formation in 2006.
When you go through your record collection and play this album from beginning to end, it’s like a graphic novel coming to life.
With Jacob Holm-Lupo’s remastering sound on Ignis Fatuus, he brings in these vibrant textures to make it sound crisp, up to date, and respectable to the original.
Like going through an old scrapbook and remembering what it was like to be young during their 50-year ride.
There were some okay moments, but it dragged on a few occasions where they want to come up with the next song, but they would come in on a late start.
Howard’s the unsung hero that would have given the ‘70s singer-songwriting genre, a real massive kick in the gut.
A very unique album by proving themselves that they’re are more than just a metal band.