This month was much better than last month. Still, I don’t think I will be where I’d like to be until May. Hopefully, I’ll be able to keep up semi-regularly as I have been, but times are busy and promises cannot be made. Fortunately, I was able to do some catching up and keeping up this month, including the following:
- Album of the Month
- Late February
- Beast Wars!
- My personal favorites of the month
There were all-around good releases this month; I was glad to not have come across any bad albums per say. My late reviews for February albums, on the other hand, were rather disappointing. But for March, it was quite difficult to choose the Album of the Month. After much deliberation, I decided that the Album of the Month is:
Album of the Month: Mammoth (Beardfish)
March 28 marks the release date of Mammoth, the upcoming album of the progressive rock band Beardfish. The Swedish quartet is known for their consistently good releases in the past, and this one is sure to add bulk to their already strong catalog. Any fans of the band, or of progressive rock in general, should be nothing less than pleased with this release.