Eden’s Curse – Revisited

  Eden’s Curse – Revisited It is not often I get to review an album I am totally familiar with. Usually I have at most two weeks to get accustomed with an album before sitting in front of a keyboard so it was brilliant to revisit(pun intended) an old friend. Here is the tricky bit…I am not a great fan of reissues, for me it kind of steals the magic from the original unless you can put a deliberate twist on it that is new and original and with “Revisited” that ticked the box enough for me to sit down and listen and to give an objective viewpoint. I bought Eden’s Curse debut when it came out way back in 2007 on a recommendation...

Manifold debut singl...

  Manifold debut single, Stop Teasin’ Manifold have been slowly bubbling away in their hometown of Glasgow, with support slots alongside L.A Guns and Mean Man, Chris Holmes under their belt people are beginning to notice. They are soaked in late 80s hair metal with that who gives a shit...

Celebrated Swedish rock band H.E.A.T new album

  The long-awaited new studio album “INTO THE GREAT UNKNOWN” Released on Friday 22nd September 2017 via earMUSIC Featuring the first song ‘Time On Our Side” taken from the new album “Into The Great Unknown” Available on Spotify and iTunes from Friday 11th August “What can you say about H.E.A.T? If you don’t like these energetic Swedes you must be dead inside, as this year they’ve shown the UK crowd how to be the most complete band on the planet.” – Classic Rock Magazine Friday 22nd September 2017 sees the UK release of the long awaited new studio album “Into The Great Unknown” from the...

Virtual Metal Band P...

Virtual Metal Band Pentakill release League of Legends Album and Tommy Lee is there with Jorn Lande WHEN gaming and metal collide the result is the virtual band, Pentakill, featuring lead vocalist Karthus, blazing axe-man Mordekaiser, enchanting keyboardist Sona, bassist Yorick, berserker...

ALBUM REVIEW: Accept...

ALBUM REVIEW: Accept nail the metal formula on Rise of Chaos WITH Accept you get what you ask for and nothing more – a heavy metal band, playing heavy metal music: no frills, no fucking about, no bullshit and no pretence or genre splitting. Yet this time out they stretch their vision so...

Voodoosix- Make Way ...

Album Review Voodoosix- Make Way For The King Right off the bat I have to admit that it was I that requested this album to review and may well be biased as I have personal connections to Voodoo Six. Lead guitarist Matt who is an ex bandmate and good friend. That said……..I like to...

Silver Dust – The Age of Decadence

  Silver Dust – The Age of Decadence Having formed in 2013, Silver Dust is a band just out of its fledging state, starting to take flight and grab the music world by its talons. Since their immensely popular tour with monster rockers Lordi, the Swiss rock band has gone from strength to strength; having recently signed a contract for European release and distribution with agency DKX and labels Fastball and Soulfood Music Distribution; with their rights in their native land still held by Escudero. Their music is difficult to pin down to a genre entirely, however the band are mastering their unique take on hard rock; with gothic tones,...

NEWS: Cradle of Filt...

COME the 11th July in Northern Ireland we burn shit, piss off each other and maybe get ready for some recreational rioting…Situation normal, all fucked up. But for those of us who couldn’t care less about the tribal blaming as it all being ‘them uns’ fault we have...

ALBUM REVIEW: TEN sc...

It’s hard to believe that British Melodic Hard Rock act TEN have been treading the boards for 22 years now. Having gone through various line up changes through the years they are about to release their 13th studio album ‘Gothica’ on 7th July, and the third with current line up Gary Hughes...

LIVE AT WACKEN 2016 ...

LIVE AT WACKEN  2016 27 YEARS FASTER HARDER LOUDER Release:  July 21st 2017 WACKEN 2016 PREPARES TO INVADE HOMES THE LENGTH AND BREDTH OF THE LAND Welcome to the ultimate heavy metal event-in-a-box (well, Digipack!) as once again, fans of heavy metal, hard rock and specifically the greatest...

ALBUM REVIEW: Jorn e...

ALBUM REVIEW: Jorn excels again on new platter Life on Death Road HARD on the heals of his 2016 release “Heavy Rock Radio”, an album of cover songs that influenced or made an impression on a young Jorn Lande he has released a brand new album ‘Life on Death Road’. Mostly written and...

ALBUM REVIEW: Rabid ...

ALBUM REVIEW: Rabid Bitch of the North leave sweet sensations on the palette on Nothing But A Bitter Taste AHH the heady days of the New Wave Of British Heavy Metal – our formative years when the Friday Rock Show was gospel and a myriad of bands infused musicality with punk attitude....

ALBUM REVIEW: Goatwh...

ALBUM REVIEW: Goatwhore gore the aural tracts on album number 7 – Vengeful Ascension GOATWHORE some five or six years ago seemed to be stuck in a rut, they’re blackened metal somewhat re-treading their own sound a little too much. However, on 2014’s ‘Constricting The...

PIG‘PREY & OBEY...

PIG ‘PREY & OBEY’ BRAND NEW EP [METROPOLIS]  OUT NOW   Following his recent UK tour and ‘Swine & Punishment’ remix album, PIG aka Raymond Watts,  the Infidel of industrial rock, returns to feed, foul and further his reputation with a brand new EP, ‘Prey & Obey’.  This will...

ALBUM REVIEW: 17 albums in and Tankard just keep g...

IT’s a long way from 1982 through to 2017, and for any band with that longevity one could reasonably expect that for their 17th album could be jaded and without much development. However, when it comes to Tankard that’s definitely not the case on ‘One Foot In The Grave’. Instead they have elevated their own creativity that bit further. How? Tackling societal issues through humour is one aspect. The production of Martin Buchwalter is another. The German thrashers have taken their familiar template, well worn over 35 years of “alcoholic thrash”, and upped it a notch. As always the music is full faced...

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