Album Reviews – New World

A New World Symphony From the Midlands Masters

By Rachel Mann Some albums are worth clearing your diary for, and IO Earth's third studio offering is one of them. Over nearly 100 minutes of symphonic goodness, New World reminds us that taking time to climax is the key to pleasure. It's their first studio release...

This is Another Magnum Opus

By Zachary Nathanson It’s been a good while since I’ve heard some excellent music from the sounds of IO Earth. After hearing their first two albums (their sole self-titled debut and Moments), which I’ve championed back in 2011 and 2012, I always thought to myself,...

Genre Defying

By Robert Brady 'Genre Defying' as the band IO Earth places upon themselves is a total understatement. I would go on record now to say they 'Genre Shattering'. I was as if a mirror were broken and the total sum of its shattered pieces represented many its influential...

Great Success!

By Abaddon (Please note that this review has been translated using an online translator) Three years after the remarkable and noticed "Moments", the English IOEarth remember our good memories. Given the excellent impression left by the previous album, it's an...

"New World" is a Great Listening Experience

(Please note that this review has been translated using an online translator) Since 2009 the UK (Birmingham) based IO-Earth are residing progland. As with their first opus, IO-Earth indulges us once more with a double album as their 2015 cuvee. Showing above all a...

One of The Musical Highlights of 2015

By Henri Strik (Edited by Robert James Pashman) The British band IO Earth made with their eponymous album (see review) for me personally the most impressive album of 2009. On this release you could hear a blend of different musical styles made by two friends who...

Symphonic Prog Incorporating Many Other Styles

By Jean-Christophe Le Brun It is thanks to the initial programming of the 2015 edition of Prog South Io Earth caught my attention. English female voice with progressive, usually I like. So I interested in their latest production, their third studio album, New World....

Melodic Progressive Rock, As You Want It

By Thomas Kohlruß (Please note that this review has been translated using an online translator) The second album of the British formation IOEarth - "Moments" - has me pretty excited at that time unexpectedly. The band had yet to offer a pretty private and...

Almost a Symphony in the True Sense of the Word

By Shane Pinnegar A grand and epic conceptual work spanning two discs and led by the staggeringly talented musicianship of Dave Cureton and Adam Gough, IO Earth’s New World is a tour de force of symphonic prog rock. Not that you could exactly call this a rock n’ roll...

A Perfect Workmanship

By Artur Chachlowski (Please note that this review has been translated using an online translator) Great album. Despite the significant disruption personnel (including the forced absence from the previous vocalist Claire Malin, whose serious illness prevented from...

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