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Frost* / Where has the blog gone?
January 09, 2013, 01:14:26 PM
Just tried following the Blog link off the front page only to be told by Blogspot that the blog doesn't exist but "jemgodfrey" is available to register.
Frost* / 12 days of Progmas
December 14, 2011, 10:48:15 AM
I know this isn't really Frost*, but it's generic and xmassy so what the hell... Some of you may have seen this last year, but it's been updated for 2011 and is too good to miss.


Who said prog bands have no sense of humour?

Merry xmas all.
Any Other Business / It Bites
July 16, 2010, 05:08:06 PM
Does anyone know what's happening in It Bites land at the moment? Their website and forum appear to have been down for a couple of weeks.

Just a "shot in the dark" here as I know many of you are also IB afficionados and may have some info.

Hello all,

I'm sure most of you know this already and it may have also been covered in other threads elsewhere on this forum - apologies if it has - but It Bites have just released a new recording of their 1986 hit Calling All the Heroes in order to raise money for the Cumbria Flood Relief charity.

The recording features the band themselves (including a certain John Mitchell), Francis Dunnery, Various members of Marillion, Asia, Yes and The Buggles and a chap by the name of Jem Godfrey.

In order to raise the profile of both the band and the charity, there's a big push to try and get the single to chart. If anyone who's interested and can spare a few pennies would be good enough to purchase a download between now and Saturday 6th March then it's possible we can get some prog in the charts!

Downloads are available from and from Search for "Calling All The Heroes" and make sure you get the one for the charity and not the original 1986 version.

You'll be looking at an outlay in the region of 89p for the MP3 or £1.69 for the video.

Thanks, all