‘Noise Floor’ Will Have SB Fans, Prog-Rock Fans Alike Making Plenty Of Noise

Courtesy: InsideOut Music By Philip Sayblack Thirteen is considered by people the world over for some reason.  This is the case even despite the complete lack of any scientific evidence to prove that the number thirteen has any negative paranormal power.  Keeping this in mind, Spock’s Beard’s thirteenth album Noise Floor proves to be a record that doesn’t need any luck to succeed.  Released...

May 30th, 2018
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Spock’s Beard Debuts Second Single From ‘Noise Floor’

Courtesy: InsideOut Music By Philip Sayblack Spock’s Beard gave listeners another preview of its new album this week. The band unveiled the lyric video for the album’s second single ‘Somebody’s Home‘ on Thursday.  Bassist Dave Meros said of the song that he especially favored the composition. “It’s one of my favorite songs on Noise Floor,” Meros said. Keyboardist Ryo Okumoto agreed,...

May 19th, 2018
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‘Automata I,’ Is A Solid Start For BTBAM’s ‘Automata’

Courtesy: Sumerian Records By Philip Sayblack Progressive metal outfit Between The Buried and Me has, over the course of almost two decades, entertained audiences the world over with its unique brand of music, building its fan base along the way largely on its own terms and without major mainstream support. Given, the band was signed most recently to Metal Blade Records, which has become a major label...

March 29th, 2018
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Spock’s Beard Announces New LP Release Date, Specs

Courtesy: InsideOut Music By Philip Sayblack Spock’s Beard has another new album on the way. The veteran progressive rock band announced this week that it will release its latest full-length studio recording Noise Floor on Friday, May 25 via InsideOut Music.  The album is the band’s 13th full-length studio recording.  One of the biggest pieces of news about the new album is that drummer...

March 2nd, 2018
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Spock’s Beard Offers Audiences Another Solid Live Effort In ‘Snow Live’

By Philip Sayblack On Aug. 27, 2002, veteran prog-rock outfit Spock’s Beard released what has since come to be known by the band’s fans as one of its most pivotal albums when it released the simply titled, yet complex concept album Snow. The two-disc record was the last for then front man Neal Morse, who left the band for a solo career not too long after its release. Just this month, the band...

November 22nd, 2017
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