I’m so glad that King Kobra is back and as strong as ever. And I hope they keep on their ascension of awesome. As long as they keep releasing albums as strong as this one, there should be no worries about them sticking around. And as a long time fan, that’s excellent news.
It’s obviously a good sign when a band can make such a diverse and unpredictable album, yet avoid any pitfalls, and that is exactly what Asylum Pyre have done. It may lack a real standout track that would have taken it to the next level, but “Fifty Years Later” is still a very strong album
Another line-up change in and Praying Mantis are back with their 10th studio album ‘Legacy’. Featuring 11 tracks of melodic hard rock the beast is certainly unleashed. Featuring new vocalist Jaycee Cuijpers and drummer Hans In’t Zandtnew dimensions have been added to this album giving it a whole new flavour in comparison to previous projects and rightly so, this is definitely a well-practiced and matured band that know their instruments.