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I Know What I Like: Fidelia and Marillion

Well, it finally arrived.

At least officially.

At exactly 7:00 this evening, I received an email from PledgeMusic notifying me that the new Marillion album, FEAR, was ready for download.   338 more words

Progressive Rock

EM37 - Ian Mosley of Marillion

Ian Mosley of Marillion¬†joins Eric in conversation. We talk about his early days growing up in a musical family and discovering drums, how he connected with Marillion and what it was like recording the Fugazi record, the changes in the band when Fish left and Steve Hogarth joined, being on tour with Rush and what is the creative process of Marillion particularly as we discuss their new album, … 16 more words

Career Retrospective

Marillion Return to The USA in Support of New Album F**K Everyone And Run (F E A R)

Hey USA! Not long to go now until the Presidential Election! Leading up to this momentous event, why don’t you grab a ticket to come and see one of our shows. 45 more words


Album of the Week 36-2016: Marillion - Marbles

Last week, I wrote my review on Marillion’s new record ‘F.E.A.R.’ for Gitarist. Without giving too much away: I called it their best record since ‘Marbles’. 518 more words

Progressive Rock

Multi Story | Crimson Stone | Album Review (#55)

Multi Story | Crimson Stone

Label: F2 Music/Independent

Release Year: 2016
Country: United Kingdom
Genre: Progressive Rock

Band Members

Paul Ford – Vocals/Acoustic Guitars
Rob Wilsher – … 582 more words

Album Reviews

How We Live: Dry Land 30 Years On

Madchester aside, the late-’80s may be the least-heralded period of British pop, but the era also produced a surprising amount of intelligent, original bands that arguably never got their commercial due: Love And Money, Danny Wilson, The Bible, The Lilac Time, It Bites, Stump… The list of ‘under-achievers’ is long and varied. 600 more words

Album Reviews