Celebr8.3 is nearly here. Weekend tickets are £75.00 for ten of the most top bands in the Progressive genre! There are also day tickets at £45.00 or Evening tickets at £20.00. http://houseofprogression.progzilla.com/?p=182 SHARE THE PODCAST! I want as many people as possible to hear this and get tickets for the Festival. Because of this I’m […]
We’ve just launched our new video for ‘The Fear Created’, which is track 2 on the album, Capacitor. The track features Nick D’Virgilio on drums and Colin Edwin on bass. Watch it here.
The new album is done! It’s called ‘Capacitor’ and will be pre-ordering very soon on this site with an official release date of June 2nd 2014. The theme for the album is the storage of the human spirit, and how the imprint of our lives is left behind both in a spiritual and technological sense. I […]
2013 has been great for Cosmograf. The Man Left in Space has gained quite a bit of critical acclaim and been featured in a number of ‘best prog release of 2013’ lists, which I’m really pleased about. I got to record BVs for Big Big Train, and Lee Abraham for their albums, and work once […]
This is turning out to be quite a year for Cosmograf. February saw the release of TMLIS which has exceeded all my expectations in terms of critical acclaim. I was even nominated for a PROG award, as well as the album getting great reviews in the progressive rock press. The new album scheduled for […]
I really thrilled that Cosmograf has been nominated in the 2013 Progressive Music Awards in the ‘Limelight’ category. This is a big deal for me and an honour to be considered in such a fine company of musicians. The award is based on audience votes, and whilst it’s highly unlikely we’d ever be able […]
Martin Kielty from PROG Magazine, asked Robin a few questions about the latest Cosmograf album, The Man Left in Space released in February 2013. <MK>On the surface the concept behind the album sounds dark and even negative. Is that the case, or is it more reflective than that? Yes, it could be construed as negative […]
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"Finalement 'When Age Has Done Its Duty' est un bien bel album de rock progressif que l’on pourrait taxer de "à l’ancienne" si le talent de Robin Amstrong n'était pas là pour lui permettre de se démarquer."Pete T http://www.musicwaves.fr
Cosmograf - When Age Has Done Its Duty, "There’s no doubting the individuality or creativity of what he achieves. You hear motifs that bring to mind so many of the pioneering giants. But he also has a firm grasp on how to combine finesse and power in a modern idiom. With It Bites drummer Bob Dalton involved, this is an album to savour."Classic Rock Magazine http://www.classicrockmagazine.com/
Cosmograf - End of Ecclesia, "Fans of epic songs can immerse themselves in the 10 minuter Who Will You Serve, replete with church choir, and alternating monster guitars and widdly keyboards."Silhobbit http://www.silhobbit.com
Cosmograf - When Age Has Done Its Duty, "When the party music stops, we start to age” is part of the prophetic lyrical introduction to the sprawling 13-minute title track following a recitation of Matthew Arnold’s poem ‘Growing Old’…and is another achingly wonderful masterpiece that really does underline how very special Robin Armstrong’s third Cosmograf album is. I cannot stress how badly you need this if your musical interests encompass the greats and upcoming members of the “Britprog” community. It’s absolutely fabulous…!!"Paul Jerome Smith http://www.Rocktopia.co.uk
Cosmograf - End of Ecclesia, "I had a great time listening to the songs Rob Armstrong wrote and performed. It reminded me a lot of the album Focal Point made by his fellow-countryman Paul Cusick, another multi-instrumentalist who released an album on his own .... try this fine piece of art. Robin Armstrong deserves to be heard by many people."Henri Strik http://www.backgroundmagazine.nl
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