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Myrath - Shehili

Myrath the undisputed princes of the desert lands and all things eastern when it comes to metal, return once again with “Shehili”, the mad wind, filling their sails. Dismissed by a few as kebab metal (?!?), but embraced by way more as the harbingers of change in the rather stagnant modern metal scene, Myrath offer their unique mix of metal that sounds like an eclectic mix of Conception, Kamelot and Symphony X, with a more than generous dose of eastern musical elements, making the result quite unique, but familiar enough at the same time.
 

Jordsjø to release new studio album “Nattfiolen” on May 24th 2019

Norwegian Prog Rockers Jordsjø are back with “Nattfiolen”, an album filled with acoustic guitars, flutes, tape echo, analogue synths and Hammond organ. Warm and dreamy, “Nattfiolen” reflects the band’s longing for a simpler life close to nature, and an imaginary past where life is centered around music.

Banco del Mutuo Soccorso to release new studio album “Transiberiana” on April 26th 2019

Banco del Mutuo Soccorso, the legendary Italian progressive rock band, is proud to announce the worldwide signing with Inside Out Music / Sony Music group. Their new record “Transiberiana” will be the first studio album in 25 years and is scheduled to be released on April 26th, 2019.

Strawbs announce 50th anniversary 3 days celebration in Lakewood, NJ, in April 2019

In celebration of their 50th anniversary, UK music legends Strawbs, plus a host of guest performers, former Strawbs, and Strawbs-related artists, will be performing at the Strand Theater in Lakewood, NJ on April 26-28, 2019!

Come join a weekend celebration of the first album release by seminal British band Strawbs!

The Windmill

Hi Erik, I’m glad to have you again on Grande Rock. “Tribus”, is an exceptional prog rock album! It has made it to the GR list with the Best Albums of 2018 again!
 
E: Oh, wow thank you very much!
 
 
Well, why did you take you 5 years to release a new album? What happened in the meantime?
 

The Windmill - Tribus

I had been looking forward to The Windmill’s new album for some time now, but the years were passing by and nothing was happening. They finally released “Tribus” 5 years after the exceptional “The Continuation”, and they proved once more that it’s better to “speak” when you have something to say than do it with no reason.