Listen To a Previously Unreleased New Song From Freddie Mercury -“Time Waits For No One”

For the first time ever a previously unreleased version of the single ‘Time’, recorded in 1986 by late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury for the concept album of the hit musical of the same name, has finally emerged after two years of work by the globally successful musician, songwriter and producer Dave Clark. Clark, famous for The Dave Clark Five, was a longtime friend of Freddie’s, and has shared the track and its full title, ‘Time Waits For No One’. The track is set for release via UMe on June 20, along with a powerful and deeply moving new video. Watch it now! Continue reading

Time, The Valuator – How Fleeting, How Fragile

German metal is going through something of a renaissance in recent times, with an inventive and all-embracing attitude exuding all manner of influences. Step forward the enigmatically named Time, The Valuator,  adding a post-hardcore feel to the powerful prog metal of the likes of Karnivool and Periphery with debut album How Fleeting, How Fragile (Longbranch). Continue reading

Wintersun – The Forest Seasons

Certainly one of the most interesting spectacles of the 2017 release calendar; a new Wintersun album always comes with high expectation, if not just purely for the circus that seems to follow any recording/release cycle. If a long wait for previous album, the cult classic Time I (Nuclear Blast) wasn’t enough, another five-year wait also saw a highly ambitious and demanding (but ultimately successful) series of crowdfunding campaigns to release a follow-up. That the result is not the anticipated Time sequel, but a new unique piece may have been a blow to some fans, but Wintersun have never been ones to follow convention by any stretch; which is why it is surprising that The Forest Seasons (Nuclear Blast) sounds comparatively basic and safe. Continue reading

The Sword’s Kyle Shutt Shares His Cover of Pink Floyd’s “Time” From Doom Side of the Moon

To celebrate 50 years of Pink Floyd releasing music that changed the world, The Sword‘s guitarist, Kyle Shutt, recently announced that he recorded doom covers of every seminal track from The Dark Side of the Moon. The upcoming record, entitled Doom Side of the Moon, will be released on August 4th, and he has shared the first single online today. Continue reading