Album Reviews

On-Off – Don’t Forget The Roll Review

just like most people say you can say the exact same things about different AC/DC albums, I could just as easily cut and paste my review of the ON-OFF’S previous album right onto this page.

Album Reviews

Stone Axe – Stone Axe II Special Collectors Edition Review

If you are unfamiliar with the band let’s just say that they are one of the premiere seventies rock revivalist groups going around today. Their music is made up of a mix of influences and in it you can hear artists ranging from CREAM, JIMI HENDRIX, early AC/DC, early KISS, SLADE, THIN LIZZY, UFO, RAINBOW, FREE, LED ZEPPELIN and much more…

Album Reviews

Babyjane – Are You Listening

For starters the good thing here is that for fans of Aussie rock music you can easily feel comfortable grabbing a copy of this one, and for us Aussies it seems we have yet another band to proud of and if they break out in the way I think they can we can all be even prouder…

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Nazareth – Big Dogz

The best part of this album? The vocal work of Dan McCafferty, who at the ripe age of 65 still has one of the best pure whiskey-soaked hard rock voices in the game, and has stayed consistently good for all these years. Co-founder and partner in crime bassist Pete Agnew also provides something a little special here…

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Debauchery – Germany’s Next Death Metal

For those that are yet to hear the band I guess the best way describe them is they play dirty bar band rock ‘n’ roll music that draws its inspiration from MOTORHEAD, KROKUS and AC/DC, but then layered on top of that is a large amount of old-school styled death metal vocals and the occasional banshee-like wail…