In part one of our Evergrey The Atlantic double feature, we have a listen to the album and give our verdict. Released by: AFM Records Release Date: January 25, 2019 Genre: Progressive Metal Links: www.evergrey.net Pre-order: AFM Records Official Label Store Available as: Digipak CD Hardcover- Art-book incl. CD+DVD (Limited to 1000 units) Gatefold CRYSTAL CLEAR […]
Def Leppard are one of only five rock bands with two original studio albums selling over 10 million copies in the U.S.
Patina is definitely more in line with the bluesier Badlands style while retaining some of the heavier more modern trappings of the last album.
Stephen Pearcy has done the impossible (at least in my mind) and recorded a brilliant solo album.
An interesting note for this album is that the lyrics are mostly in Japanese, which is a change for the band itself.
Genre: B(l)ooze Fuelled Rock Label: King Outlaw Release Date: Out Now Musicians Tyla J.Pallas – Vocals/Guitar, Gary Pennick – Guitar, Matty James Cassidy – Bass, Simon Hanson – Drums, Tracklisting :- 1) 111 2) Black Confetti 3) Bloodline 4) Bottle of Red 5) Everything To Me 6) Chicago Typewriter 7) I Don’t Love […]
I had very little expectations for Frozen Throne, at least until I heard the title track, but it certainly turned out to be a pleasant surprise and is actually one of the best symphonic power metal albums I’ve heard this year.
it’s only right that Khan is back making music again, most fans will agree that the metal world is better off for it, despite your personal opinions aside on how his exit went down in regards to the previously mentioned band, a truly one of the great Rock tenors that we have had on the scene.
Echoing vocals, heavy drumming, meaty bass lines and excellent riffs bring interest and depth to this offering
The Struts have been compared to The Rolling Stones, Queen, Def Leppard, and The Darkness, however, as far as I am concerned, The Struts are very much doing their own thing and are incomparable to anyone.