New World – 3rd studio album 2015

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 parts. This band has deliberately made sure that the progressive rock/metal community …

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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. This one is a double album and sees the first discographic …

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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 continuing career) and, generally speaking, not the best situation for this type of music, gentlemen Dave Cureton (g, …

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