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Tremonti A Dying Machine cover
Submitted by mark on Sun, 06/24/2018 - 13:13 / Reviews - Comments

Tremonti - A Dying Machine

Recently Mark Tremonti released his fourth solo album “A Dying Machine”. For fans of his other band Alter Bridge and those that have listened to his solo work, you have a good idea what you’re in for. For those that aren’t familiar with him, this is a hell of an entry point into the world that Mark Tremonti has created for himself, as this...
Arena Double Vision cover
Submitted by thanos on Sun, 05/27/2018 - 12:27 / Reviews - Comments

Arena - Double Vision

Three years after the release of the amazing “The Unquiet Sky”, Arena are back with a new album called “Double Vision”, a name that the band “took” from a track with the same title that is featured on “The Visitor”. Coincidentally, this is the 20th anniversary since the release of “The Visitor”. The final...
Bonfire Temple of Lies cover
Submitted by thanos on Sat, 04/14/2018 - 13:18 / Reviews - Comments

Bonfire - Temple of Lies

Sometimes a change can work on someone’s own good or vice versa. It’s like a double edge sword. In the Bonfire case it has benefited the band more than any of their loyal fans would have expected. You see there’s not only the line-up change that happened the last few years but also the label change which took place after the release of their...
Judas Priest Firepower cover
Submitted by Admin on Sat, 03/31/2018 - 17:13 / Reviews - Comments

Judas Priest - Firepower

This is it! Judas Priest are back and they are not kidding at all! Well, to tell you the truth the fans had been longing for such an album and the “Metal Gods” offered it generously! I won’t go on and say many things about the new album. Glenn Tipton is simply a “metal hero”, since he managed to write and record “Firepower...
Royal Hunt Cast in Stone cover
Submitted by thanos on Sun, 02/25/2018 - 15:18 / Reviews - Comments

Royal Hunt - Cast in Stone

After very busy 3 years for Royal Hunt and for the band’s mastermind André Andersen himself, they are finally back with their new work entitled “Cast in Stone” that has been released independently this time. André told me that his was part of a general change and of course a kinda attentive move, cuz they wanted to get more involved...
Lechery We Are All Born Evil cover
Submitted by eric on Sat, 01/20/2018 - 01:56 / Reviews - Comments

Lechery - We Are All Born Evil

Ack! I can barely contain my excitement and joy upon gleaning Lechery’s latest (and first release in seven years!), “We Are All Born Evil”, hot off the press courtesy of Blood Music Records, so bear with me as I do it justice without falling out of my chair or breaking it into a million little pieces.   Hailing from Halmstead, Sweden,...
Jono Life
Submitted by rockavlon on Thu, 12/28/2017 - 01:09 / Reviews - Comments

Jono - Life

Swedes Jono are a band built around the talents of one Johan Norrby, who initially wanted to do a solo project (hence their name – the first two letters of his name and surname), but eventually they turned into a full time band. The easiest way to describe them is Sparks meets Queen. They are idiosyncratic, like the former and eclectic and bold with their...
Arrayan Path Dawn of Aquarius cover
Submitted by eric on Sun, 11/26/2017 - 12:13 / Reviews - Comments

Arrayan Path - Dawn of Aquarius

Although I tout myself as a worldly metal head my knowledge of Asian, African and Middle-Eastern outfits is shamefully lacking as I primarily set my sights on either Europe or the Western Hemisphere. Thankfully, I’ve been recently presented with Arrayan Path, an epic power metal band with American roots now based in Cyprus and its sixth full-length, “...
Sorcerer The Crowning of the Fire King cover
Submitted by rockavlon on Sun, 10/29/2017 - 13:18 / Reviews - Comments

Sorcerer - The Crowning of the Fire King

The state of doom these days is rather bleak, which under normal circumstances, should be good news, but the current reigning kings of it, Candlemass, seem to have fallen in disrepair, without their natural leader and with Mats Leven doing a good job, but making it sound more Crux, than Mass. Below and Mirror, bizarrely both Metal Blade acts too, have done well in...
Night Raft of the World cover
Submitted by eric on Sun, 09/03/2017 - 13:11 / Reviews - Comments

Night - Raft of the World

Blimey! How is it that metal bands with super pedestrian monikers often turn out absolute gems (i.e. Night Demon, Pentagram, Wolf, you know the drill!) and by the same token “harbour” way more clout than expected? To this end, I shall call the phenomenon “Pedestrian Law”; for this “Night” owl, nothing could exemplify this more...