Album Review: Leprous – Pitfalls

Typically, a quick background on a band is given to present context when publicly reviewing a new album. However, to bring up what Leprous has done in the past, to describe where they are currently seems genuinely ineffective in the case of Pitfalls.  What the new listener needs to know, is that Leprous is a…

Sean Cantor’s Top 40 Albums of 2017

Some years come and go uneventfully. They can somehow just tick by without you even noticing. Conversely, some years will storm by and leave you in a different headspace than you imagined possible. Time will move forward and change will be absolute, regardless of your opinion of it or the attention you pay it. 2017…

Album Review: Leprous – Malina

What you are about to hear is not the same Leprous you are used to. Well, it is, but it’s also not somehow. I realize that statement lacks some clarity, but once you hear Malina it will make a bit more sense. It’s as if you sat down at your favorite restaurant and ordered your…

LEPROUS – announce new album ‘Malina’ & European tour dates with special guests Agent Fresco

Norway’s Leprous are pleased to announce their much-anticipated new fifth studio album ‘Malina’ for release on the August 25th, 2017, the follow-up to their acclaimed record ‘The Congregation’. To coincide with this, they have also announced an extensive European tour with special guests, Iceland’s Agent Fresco, plus Australia’s AlithiA & fellow Norwegian’s Astrosaur. Following a…

Album Review: Pain Of Salvation – In the Passing Light of Day

Band: Pain of Salvation Album: In the Passing Light of Day Release date: January 13, 2017 Record Label: InsideOut Records Reviewed by: Sean Cantor “We had a good run; our days in the sun so come what may”. When we form relationships, whether it is with family, friends, or ourselves we tend to live beyond…

Nick’s Top 10 lists

Well hey there everyone! Nick here, bringing you my top ten lists of 2015. Yes it says lists, you know its really hard when you are a fan of multiple genres to make just one top ten list. . . even harder at keeping those lists at just TEN!!! 2015 has been a great year…

Album Review: Leprous – The Congregation

Leprous is: Einar Solberg – vocals, keyboards Tor Oddmund Suhrke – guitar Øystein Landsverk – guitar Baard Kolstad – drums Simen Daniel Børven – bass guitar   What was once the backing band for Emperor singer, Ihsahn, has been taking the Prog Metal world by storm one album at a time! The Norwegian four piece, Leprous, started back a few…