Album Reviews

W.E.T – W.E.T

The name of Jeff Scott Soto may be only linked unfortunately to his departure from Journey only to be replaced by Arnel Pineda, then the band when on to released the highly successful and comeback album “Revelations” and the rest of the story is history. In a way it never did any poetic justice to JSS because although Pineda’s voice fits Journey perfectly, it was a chance for Jeff Scott Soto to shine and be given proper recognition.

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Kiss – Sonic Boom

Of course some bands that have absolutely come back strong after so many years out of the scene are AC/DC, Alice in Chains, Megadeth to name a few. You know the old cliche, “there is no substitute for experience”?, well in this case it applies to Kiss, who we last heard 11 years ago when they released…

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Johnny Lima – Livin’ Out Loud

Change is sometimes a good thing, but in Johnny Lima’s case keeping the trademark style of Hard Rock and Sleaze intact has resulted in a very enjoyable musical experience. He has been around a while now and most notably has been involved in producing for bands such as Dirty Penny, Miss Crazy, Diamond Lane…

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Redemption – Snowfall On Judgement Day

When closely inspecting the American Progressive Metal scene, one does realize that there is just simply not enough bands out there that fit into the genre, apart from the veterans and pioneers that are Dream Theater…

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Places of Power – Now is the Hour

If consistency is derived from the word “solid” or “steady”, then there hasn’t been many music labels out there which are delivering so much great material in the melodic rock and aor world like Frontiers Records, and evidence of this feat is new outfit Places of Power….

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Bloodpit – The Last Day Before The First

When it comes to hard rock from Finland I would be the first to admit is not my specialty, youll be more bound to find me blasting some Nightwish or Sonata Arctica, since metal has become a trademark staple in Finland and there has been a few prominent groups that have mad a name for themselves…

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House Of Lords – Cartesian Dreams

As we move along this 2009 year in rock, another highly anticipated release in the melodic rock world rolls around and this time James Christian and his band House Of Lords deliver us “Cartesian Dreams” the bands 7th studio album.

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Megadeth – Endgame

Megadeth – Endgame Released by Roadrunner Records – 2009 Review Added September 13, 2009 . Produced: Andy “Undie” Sneap · Running Time: 44:47 · Release Date: September 15, 2009 · Musical Style: Thrash Metal · Links: http://www.megadeth.com/ Tracklisting 1. Dialectic Chaos 2. This Day We Fight!** 3. 44 Minutes** 4. 1,320** 5. Bite The Hand […]

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Ratt – Infestation

There’s a few glam bands that became the staple of the genre in the early 80’s when TV and radio filled the airwaves with big hair bravado and sexual lyrics along with high flying guitar solos we’re ever so popular not only as fashion statement but as a way of life.

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Armory – The Dawn of Enlightenment

O.K the first thing I need to say about this album is “how in the hell did I miss this so far??”. THE DAWN OF ENLIGHTENMENT is actually a full re-recording of an album that was originally recorded in 2004…