Tomasz Grzywalski, the author of, “Secret Exhibition” a blog coming out from Poznań, Poland, compares “Metallia” to Jannick Top’s “Infernal Machina”
What a wonderful review by Vinny Iacocca the author of the prog blog, The Closed Concert Arena.
“Metallia” made it into this month’s Progressive Chart powered by Progwereld and Progstreaming. What an honour to be there with so many great bands – Spock’s Beard, The Pineapple Thief, Riverside…
Eddie McFadden the host of the prog rock radio show, ‘Kiss That Prog‘ played ‘Red Lion’ from the ‘Metallia‘ album on Listen Lanarkshire radio.
Bob Prigmore host of the Prog and Rock show on Beat Route Radio added “Androgyny” to his playlist this upcoming Wednesday, October 10th.
Henric van Essen of Dutch Metal Maniac reviewed “Metallia”. He has an awesome quote on his bio page: Never be afraid to wander off the beaten track and once you do, make sure you take more than a few steps.
Gabriel Badelier the inspired, perceptive and artful author behind the highly revered French music review website Progcritique wrote a superb review of new progressive metal album “Metallia.”
Kev Rowland, special collaborator on the Cross-over prog team on Progarchives, has written a wonderful review on Progarchives.com about “Metallia”.
Review of Oh.’s “Metallia” by Peter Cox on Your Music Blog
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On Episode #766: Mark played “Resurrection” from “Metallia” among such greats and legends as Kamelot, Steve Wilson, Phildeaux, Riverside, The Flower Kings, Porcupine Tree and more.
DJ Mike Pollack from the FM Radio station KPTZ 91.9 (Washington, USA) will be playing a couple of tracks from “Metallia” on this week’s edition of “The Progressive Tracks Show.”
“Metallia” is an epical instrumental progressive metal album in six parts by the Greek multi-instrumentalist Oh. A multi-layered sonic piece of ravishing solo guitar, time-bending tempo shifts, grooving bass lines, ecstatic Eastern drums and waves of sirenic vocals.
Thank you Igor Gorely. I was blown away by such a compelling 5 star review of Metallia on Progarchives and not only that but a second even more in-depth account on “Recyclable Sounds”
Alain Massard a wonderful and vibrant reviewer and writer from Profil narrates the experience of ‘Metallia‘ with lyrical and literary expression.
Only after a few passages does the open music lover begin to discover that the pieces are multi-layered and rich in detail and that the electric guitar is only used as one means of expression among many.
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A metal veteran of 38 years and writer, K-MaNriffs found “Metallia” on Twitter and wrote an epic review on Blessed Altar Zine a previous paper but now webzine that supports underground metal music.
An excellent example of how instrumental guitar albums can still sound inspired and interesting.