It shows musical progression but doesn’t stray too far from what listeners want from an Arch Enemy album.
The attraction is wholly down to the unlikely choices made by the band. The obvious covers draw you in, the unexpected ones keep you hooked.
Catchy melodies, huge riffs and those monumental grooves it’s no wonder Psychlona were picked up by Psycho Waxx
Krisiun were tired of the posers, so they brought it all back to square one with a brutal and more straight forward process.
This book has been a long time coming, as for me the heart of any band or musical project are the songs!
If you’re willing to open your mind and your sense to Priest then you’ll love this. If you’re closed and narrow minded and think rock and metal ceased to deliver after 1983, give up, go home and never darken my path again you sanctimonious old farts!
It was an evening of nostalgia, of surprises, of emotion and of musical perfection which I feel honoured to have experienced and as I excited Hyde Park for the second night in a row I definitely had that ‘Peaceful Easy Feeling!’
It was the most amazing time. Imagine having dinner with Michael and Tommy and hearing stories about Ozzy Osbourne, all sorts of amazing stories and things that I will never forget.
Words & Pictures – Adrian Hextall / MindHex Media As a spotty faced teenager, I fell in love with the Tamworth terrors that were (and thankfully are once again) Wolfsbane. The four piece, who in 1989 didn’t yet know that their vocalist would go on to become the voice of Iron Maiden during the mid […]