PROG Magazine issue 123
Brons has Steve Vai sized axe chops but lets the Symphonic pallete do the Tolkien (sorry!), the widdle couched in beautifully realised mystical atmospheres that LOTR movie composer Howard Shore himself would be proud of
PROG Magazine issue 122
The British guitarist has carved out a compelling musical niche for himself that is lovingly quilted by Celtic symphonies and draws much inspiration from the works of Tolkien. Expect a picturesque instrumental steeped in epic peaks, romantic pianos and emphatic guitar solos.
PROG Archives 5/5
Every year, there are a few surprising, out of the blue and frankly world-class prog releases from lesser-known artists or bands that really keeps the flame of discovery alight […]
This album is absurdly entertaining, with an infinite sense of fairy tale magic, propelled by commitment, power and passion. No mush, no filler, no weak filling the blanks with needless notes. As such, this masterpiece is in my top 10 of 2020 releases, without the slightest hesitation