Sometimes a band will make an album that’s so game-changing, it can earn the band a ton of new fans who would have otherwise not been interested in their music. For me, one such album is Renatus, the fourth full-length album from Swedish melodic metal band Dynazty.
I wasn’t exactly expecting much from their new album, but I decided to give it a go, and after a couple listens I found myself pleasantly surprised
Four years ago Ziller had to face a major line-up change. Singer and founding member Claus Lessmann left the quintet from Ingolstadt, Germany and was replaced by former Accept singer David Reece.
The Offering takes the band to the next level. Better songwriting, stellar performances, and such power sonically make this an easy contender for album of the year for me.
Hard Rock fans all around the world will be amazed by this new album “Raised On Rock”, Voodoo Circle once again displays brilliant work. A great album made by great musicians.
It can be hard for longtime fans of a band when a founding member suddenly departs, especially when that founding member happens to be a singer with a very distinctive voice like Liv Kristine.
After years of being out of print, the legendary Swedish Prog Metal giants, through AFM Records, are re-issuing their first two albums on CD as well as available on vinyl for the very first time.
Compared to past releases, Secret of the Magick Grimoire doesn’t feel like a big departure from previous albums.
Phoenix is a solid album, maybe slightly behind The 8th Sin, but it definitely doesn’t come close to the band’s best works
“Magic” is an album that comes with good melodic metal songs, taking the listener to a world of fantasy and imagination.