Music: Steven Wilson’s latest video ‘Permanating’ is Bollywood colours meet Coldplayish pop

Progressive rock legend Steven Wilson has now done a ‘Coldplay’. His latest video ‘Permanating‘ from the recently released album ‘To The Bone’ sounds, views, grooves a lot like Coldplay’s Hymn for the Weekend. With a troupe of Bollywood dancers (brilliantly choreographed … Continue reading Music: Steven Wilson’s latest video ‘Permanating’ is Bollywood colours meet Coldplayish pop

Music Review: Steven Wilson’s ‘Happy returns’ with yet another haunting melody

Progressive Rock king Steven Wilson’s much acclaimed Hand Cannot Erase album is inspired by a massively tragic incident of death, solitude and human ignorance. British young lady Joyce Carol Vincent’s was lying dead for more than two years, in her one … Continue reading Music Review: Steven Wilson’s ‘Happy returns’ with yet another haunting melody

Music Review: Opeth’s latest Will O the Wisp is great, promises a diverse Sorceress album

Swedish progressive metal rockers Opeth have released their second official video ‘Will O The Wisp’ from their upcoming (30 Sep 2016 release date) album Sorceress. This is the band’s twelfth album and in my review of their first song, the … Continue reading Music Review: Opeth’s latest Will O the Wisp is great, promises a diverse Sorceress album

Music Review: Opeth’s Sorceress title track is disappointing, sounds like Type O’Negative rehash

Death metal cum progressive rock band Opeth’s much awaited album Sorceress (meaning, a female witch) is all set to release globally on 30 September 2016. Two sets of fans have been eagerly awaiting its release. I say two sets as … Continue reading Music Review: Opeth’s Sorceress title track is disappointing, sounds like Type O’Negative rehash