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The Chasing Monster Tales - Today, Our Last Day on Earth cover
Submitted by thanos on Thu, 02/23/2017 - 00:57 / Reviews - Comments

The Chasing Monster - Tales - Today, Our Last Day on Earth

The Chasing Monster is a newcomer from Italy, which was formed in 2014. In the same year they released their eponymous EP. They kept performing, writing and evolving as a band and during 2015 they released three new singles, which showcased the band’s new music direction. In 2017 the time was right for the band to release their debut album, “Tales...
Deathless Legacy Dance with Devils cover
Submitted by rockavlon on Wed, 02/22/2017 - 01:09 / Reviews - Comments

Deathless Legacy - Dance with Devils

Deathless Legacy is an Italian act that has been around for a decade, but not always under the same name. See... they began as a Death SS tribute that went by the name of DeathleSS, before (2006-2013) having to add “legacy” for copyright reasons. They’ve been active under their new name for only a handful of years but they have been very busy,...
The Brainwashing Machine Connections cover
Submitted by rockavlon on Tue, 02/21/2017 - 01:08 / Reviews - Comments

The Brainwashing Machine - Connections

Righty, this Italian band, not to be confused with a Colombian prog one, was formed in 2005, took a while – about seven years to release a proper debut after, an eponymous EP and returns with a sophomore now…   They are a modern rock act, with the odd alternative and stoner influences that fans of bands like The Quill and their ilk will find not...
The Evil Dead Earth Inferno cover
Submitted by rockavlon on Mon, 02/20/2017 - 01:31 / Reviews - Comments

The Evil Dead - Earth Inferno

The Evid Dead, apart from a fan series of movies featuring the godly Bruce Campbell, is an Argentinian quintet that seems to perform something that I could not describe any differently that classic metal, but with vocals that sound a bit like Dissection only a little dodgier.   While the antithesis is supposed to create intrigue and draw the listener to this...
This Winter Machine The Man Who Never Was cover
Submitted by thanos on Sun, 02/19/2017 - 01:31 / Reviews - Comments

This Winter Machine - The Man Who Never Was

This Winter Machine is a new band from the UK that was formed less than a year ago. The band consists of musicians that have shared the stages with great acts/artists such as Marillion, Uriah Heep, Uli Roth and so on. This is the first time these guys got together and they decided to form a prog rock band.   With such a variety & full musical background...
Fleesh What I Found cover
Submitted by thanos on Sat, 02/18/2017 - 00:42 / Reviews - Comments

Fleesh - What I Found

Fleesh is a music project that is based in Brazil and consists of multi-instrumentalist, songwriter & producer Celo Oliveira and vocalist Gabby Vessoni. They were formed in 2013 and in 2015 they released their debut album “My Real Life”. Now, they are back with their sophomore release entitled “What I Found”.   The duo is...
Witchstone Mortal Fear of Infinity cover
Submitted by rockavlon on Fri, 02/17/2017 - 00:47 / Reviews - Comments

Witchstone - Mortal Fear of Infinity

I wonder how long till the fad of 70s fawx hypsteria subsides and these neo-doom-drone-desert and similar bands go the way of dinosaurs…   Witchstone is a Canadian quintet that performs this 70s inspired 90s doom hybrid, sounding like it was recorded inside a big tank, with 3$ microphones and if the above description and lo-fi values and 4 songs all...
Syrus Tales of War cover
Submitted by rockavlon on Thu, 02/16/2017 - 01:01 / Reviews - Comments

Syrus - Tales of War

Syrus is a Texas band, most famous for featuring the later Fates Warning frontman Ray Alder on an early 1987 demo. This is pretty much a digital only less-songs version of the eponymous compilation album that Steel Legacy brought out in 2008 combining the 2 demos together; here fewer songs are featured, along with some generic “medieval” artwork....
Cedar Boulevard Turn to Stone cover
Submitted by rockavlon on Wed, 02/15/2017 - 01:31 / Reviews - Comments

Cedar Boulevard - Turn to Stone

Really I’m curious about bands like Cedar Boulevard. Firstly why pickup that name when it could be very easily made fun of? But I digress. The brain child of Aussie guitarist Luke Sharp, who ain’t half as bad, Cedar Blvd, doesn’t seem to be entirely sure of what style to follow. They do sound a bit like A Day To Remember, but claim Protest The...
Jack Russell’s Great White He Saw it Comin’ cover
Submitted by rockavlon on Tue, 02/14/2017 - 01:05 / Reviews - Comments

Jack Russell’s Great White - He Saw it Comin’

Well weirdly… after a Great White album with XYZ’s Terry Illous, we now get a “solo” GW offering by Jack Russell. I hardly think that the world need multiple versions of the “same” band led by various different members, since most of the times it just goes to prove that the chemistry was there because of the specific line ups...