Category Archives: Frost*

Nick D’Virgilio ~ Invisable

If you’re a fan of Spock’s Beard, the progressive rock band that has captured my heart, then you’re going to love this album. It has that Spock’s Beard feel to it. There are some guest stars on the album as … Continue reading

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Frost* ~ Others EP

This EP, which has 6 songs (wouldn’t that be an album?) is quite different than what most would think about, when they listen to Frost*. I really love this band. Most of their music is really great. Their debut album, … Continue reading

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Lonely Robot ~ Feelings Are Good

  John Mitchell, whose name you may associate with Frost*, Kino, It Bites, & Arena, is a very talented multi-instrumentalist. On this album, you can hear this. His vocals remind me of another vocalist named Mark Truack of Unitopia. This … Continue reading

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Kino ~ Radio Voltaire

  This Power Prog Pop Super-group gives a thrilling sophomore release 13 years after their Debut album. I guess getting Pete Trawavas (Marillion), John Mitchell (It Bites, Frost*), John Beck (Keyboardist for It Bites & Fish), who is listed as … Continue reading

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FROST * ~ Falling Satellites

  The new album from Frost*, is another fine example of a great band consistently putting out great music. Fine organized music with great vocals and clean production set this album high in my mind. There are 2 points in … Continue reading

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