Magnus Karlsson’s Free Fall – Kingdom Of Rock Review

Magnus Karlsson delivers once again. “Kingdom Of Rock” does its title justice and is an enormous Melodic Metal highlight this autumn. It’s packed with hook-laden songs, outstanding vocal performances by some of the finest voices we have in Rock/Metal right now. Soaring guitars and a top-notch production handled by Jacob Hansen (Volbeat, Pretty Maids). This is a MUST-BUY for each and every metal-head out there.

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Martina Edoff – Unity Review

Martina Edoff, who hails from Sweden, has recorded and toured with the likes of Dr Alban and the Swedish phenomenon, E-type. This was before becoming a founder member of double platinum selling The Poodles. As Poodles fans will know, the band started their career as a cover band before evolving into what we know and love them as today. The latest offering, which will be Martina’s sophomore solo release, is entitled ”Unity”.

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Interview Eddie Jackson of Queensryche

It’s been a turbulent few years in the Queensrÿche camp. With the well-publicised split with original vocalist Geoff Tate and the bitter fallout that followed now behind them, the Seattle band are entering a new chapter in their three-decade career. Supporting the release of acclaimed new album ‘Condition Hüman’ – their second with vocalist Todd La Torre – the five-piece have hit the road in the USA with The Scorpions for a run of sold-out dates in some of the country’s biggest arenas. We caught up with bassist Eddie Jackson in Rosemont, Illinois to discuss the new album, the highs and lows of Queensrÿche history, and the band’s plans for 2016. Walking the thin line: Eamon O’Neill.

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Sevendust – Kill the Flaw Review

Sevendust are back with their 11th studio album released just recently. ‘Kill the Flaw’ is only one of 3 self-produced and recorded records to date. Kicking in with some powerful beats, we immediately have on our hands an attention grabber, cue very pleased fans. Track one ‘Thank you’ leaves a cracking impression featuring sweet licks, Grunge melodies and Alt Metal growls, something you’d expect from Sevendust but still a somewhat different vibe to previous projects.

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