Category Archives: Randy McStine

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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Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius ~ Guilty Of Innocence

  This blend of Rock & Roll, Pop & a bit of Progressive Rock describes this album to a “T”.  The songs are written well, the musicians perform very well together & with this album, they are joined by guests … Continue reading

Posted in Alex Skolnick, CD Reviews, Fringe, Hard Rock, Joe Deninzon, Music, Music Review, New Music, pop, Prog, Progressive Rock, Psychodelic Rock, Randy McStine, Rave Tesar, RENAISSANCE, Rock, Rock & Roll, Stratospheerius, Testament, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment