Rammstein’s new album is brimming with bombastic riffs, militaristic drum beats, and epic synths that provide the stage for Till’s booming vocals. ‘Rammstein’ is brash, unrepentant, and heavy, with gritty, sleaze-ridden lyrics and filthy grooves that will draw you in and have you instantly hooked. This is Rammstein at their absolute best.
“Humanicide” is the best material that Death Angel has ever published. With this record, the American thrashers prove that old-school Heavy Metal sound has still a respectful place in modern music business.
‘Veleno’ by Fleshgod Apocalypse is a diverse and eclectic album that fans of the genre will certainly enjoy.
‘Ascension’ by Paladin is an excellent blend of speedy, melodic power metal, aggressive, technical thrash and some epic, powerful melodic death metal.
The feeling of freedom to play non-stop and without any limitations seems to be the main rule of “Behold Electric Guitar”. In order to enter the philosophy of this record, the listener should let their own mind fly without limits, listen to the music and let be blown away by the immense skills of Paul Gilbert.
Stray Cats ’40’ is a comeback full of infectious, joyful, foot tapping, finger clicking, red hot, rockabilly grooves, that show that these Cats are fur-midable when it comes to retro rocking vibes that have a twist of modern meeow!
But the best offerings on ‘Flesh & Blood’ are those such as ‘Trouble Is Your Middle Name’, this is more of the Coverdale kick ass rock n roll that I have loved over the years…
What DC has managed to do is find a range that suits the music perfectly and whilst the playing is circa 1987 in style, the vocal performance harks back to the early 80s and feels more bluesy in tone.
Now demonstrates that Roulette have something more to offer than your average melodic band and with their skills having had all of these years to become perfect, there is no telling what the future holds for them. Hopefully worldwide success isn’t too far away for them.
The ‘Renaissance Men’ (Arriba!) aren’t back. The Wildhearts are back. When I say that, I mean, for many (myself included), the definitive line-up, Ginger, CJ, Ritch and Danny.