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Alias Eye
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Written by RogorMortis   
Tuesday, 21 November 2006

January 15th 2007 will see the release of the latest Alias Eye CD titled 'In Focus' through QuiXote Music / Germany.  The official press release gives the following information:

Following the extremely well received (both my critics and audience) albums Field of Names and A Different Point of View and an extensive tour supporting SAGA, In Focus is now taking it back to the basics.

The new guitarist Matze Wurm with his straight and virtuoso style of playing has had a huge influence on the band's new sound. Keyboards have been restricted to piano, rhodes, wurlitzer and hammond to maintain the rough character of the songs – no synthesizers, no pads.  Mixed and mastered in the renowned, state of the art HOFA-Studios, In Focus combines ALIAS EYE's typical feeling for catchy, yet complex melodies with a much straighter and heavier sound. 

Track list for the new album is as follows:
1. I'm Your Lie   4:37
2. In Denial   3:45
3. The Call   4:03
4. Enlighten Them   4:01
5. Books   2:30
6. History Lesson   3:44
7. Rhodesian Rhapsody   4:21
8. Hold On   4:15
9. To Be or Not to Be   3:48
10. Falling   4:25
11. How we Perceive   4:14

Currently there are some sound samples are available at the Alias Eye site over on MySpace - just click here! myspace.com/aliaseye

Neal Morse update
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Written by RogorMortis   
Monday, 20 November 2006
Neal Morse has finished recording his latest prog masterpiece, and sent it off for mixing and mastering. This will be Neal's 4th progressive rock solo release, following the highly acclaimed albums ?, One, and Testimony. The amazing line-up of Mike Portnoy (drums) and Randy George (bass) return on this release, with the addition of special guest Paul Gilbert on guitar. Fans of Neal's looking for the ordinary will have to keep looking, though—this one will be full of surprises.
The release date for this as-yet untitled album is currently set for March 1, 2007. Neal's diary for his new prog album is online now .
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Written by RogorMortis   
Sunday, 19 November 2006

IQ’s most ambitious DVD project to date is  due to be released in the shops in time for Christmas. This new double DVD release features two complete concerts from the 2005 “Dark Mattour” tour, the first with ex-Robert Plant drum virtuoso Andy Edwards. The two concerts are however very different in atmosphere: 

Disc 1 features the band’s highly acclaimed headline concert at NEARFest 2005 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania from the rarified atmosphere of the Zoellner Arts Centre Theatre, whilst Disc 2 features the performance from the rough-and-ready outdoor stage at the Burg Herzburg hippy festival in Germany. Both discs are packed with extras including additional footage from the soundcheck at NEARfest and the preceding concert in Montreal, plus “Stage and Screen” tour diary.
The total running time is over 260 minutes and features Dolby 5.1 surround-sound or stereo option throughout. And it’s NTSC so it will play on all DVD players.
FORMAT: DVD (NTSC/PAL compatible) Region 0

IQ new studio album
Release planned for September 2007 with a tour to follow. Still got to write the darned thing yet though…

IQ “Forever Live”
Although virtually complete, the DVD release of Forever Live has now been postponed until the second half of 2007 to avoid it delaying the new IQ album.

Martin Orford “The Old Road”
Also delayed until after the projected release of the new IQ album, the new solo project will also appear in late 2007. However Martin is continuing to work on the album at home.


Blind Ego
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Written by RogorMortis   
Sunday, 19 November 2006
Blind Ego
When Germany prog rock band RPWL were supporting Arena on a recent tour John Jewitt of IQ was asked by their guitar player Kalle Wallner to join his new project, Blind Ego. The band have been working on recording an album recently, which is expected to hit the shops early 2007. Besides John other (ex-)Arena members John Mitchell (also Kino, It Bites, The Urbane, Frost) and Paul Wrightson. The recording will also feature guest appearances of RPWL's Yogi Lang on keyboards and Clive Nolan on backing vocals (indeed, in that order !). Check these guys out at their myspace page
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