Album Reviews

Leonardo – Armageddon

Neo-Classical Power Metal releases are a dime a dozen these days and more often than not they are interchangeable with each other and a majority of them are disappointments. With this knowledge, I must admit I was a little hesitant before listening to ARMAGEDDON.

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Speedblow – Fields of Doom

Since their initial formation in March of 2009, SPEEDBLOW have very quickly become somewhat of an underground sensation and their self-titled E.P has been heralded as a revelation in the stoner/doom genre. Until I received their new album FIELDS OF DOOM to review I was yet to hear them and only had the hype to go on, which did give me high expectations before I even put the disc in the tray.

Album Reviews

Willard – Steel Mill (re-release)

Released by : Metal Mind Productions Release Date: October 5, 2010 Genre: Metal / Grunge / Alternative Links: http://www.metalmind.com.pl/ Line Up: Johnny Clint – vocals Mark Spiders – guitars Otis P. Otis – guitars Steve Wied – drums Darren Peters – bass Tyson Garcia – bass (replaced Peters) Tracklist: 1. Fifteen 2. Seasick 3. Sweet […]

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Herman Ze German – Take It As It Comes

Herman not only was a great drummer but contributed the lyrics to some of the Scorpions biggest tunes today such as classics like ‘Rock You Like a Hurricane’, ‘Make It Real’, ‘Dynamite’, ‘Blackout’, ‘Arizona’, ‘Bad Boys Running Wild’, ‘Don’t Stop At the Top’, ‘Tease Me Please Me’ amongst others.

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Hungry Heart – Ticket to Paradise

The Italian melodic rock group Hungry Heart’s 2nd full length release “Ticket To Paradise” has a more mature and evolved atmosphere in contrast to their previous debut work. The band’s actually debuted quite well in 2008 when they released they’re self titled debut album but the truth was that some of the material on the debut was lacking some fresh originality.

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Alex Masi – Theory of Everything

Alex Masi is another talented guitar player who has joined Lion Music for an instrumental record that covers many genres from metal, fusion, straight classical to ethnic world influences. That I can dig, the diversity of the songs make it interesting to sit through an instrumental record…

Interviews

Interview with: Jess Harnell (Rock Sugar, Loud & Clear) (Vocals)

Rock Sugar is a Los Angeles based band known for their covers of pop music from the 1980s in a hair metal style. The band’s backstory claims the sound was achieved when the metal band was stranded on a desert island in 1989 with a CD player, plenty of batteries and the CD collection of a 13 year old girl.The band signed with the Paradigm in April 2010.