Album Reviews

Testament – Dark Roots of the Earth Review

Easily this could be their finest album ever. Hard and brutal, yet they experiment with some slower more melodic stuff on this offering, particularly on the title track and “Cold Embrace.” Yet unlike their foray into the lighter side back in the day with “The Ballad,” it’s not wimpy. Chuck’s vocals are stronger than ever

Album Reviews

Obsession – Order of Chaos Review

If you like things that are awesome then I’ve got just the thing for you. There was this band in the 80’s called Obsession that featured a singer who would later go on to front the legendary Japanese metal band Loudness (who I am crazy fanatical about) named Mike Vescera.

Mind Scans

Mind Scans Volume 6

RICK MILLER is a Canadian musician, who has been making music for 30 years now, balancing musically speaking somewhere between Progressive Rock and New Wave.

Live Gig

Steve Vai: The Story of Light Tour Concert Review

So after two and a half hours of some of the most breath taking guitar pyrotechnics I’ve likely ever seen, he humbly thanks the audience for coming out and hoped they enjoyed it and that was the end of that. I don’t know that I would necessarily say this was the greatest concert I’ve ever been to, but it was pretty damn incredible.

Album Reviews

Eclipse – Bleed and Scream Review

The album is bookended with a couple of real gems… Firstly opening track WAKE ME UP which, pardon the pun, will certainly wake you up and get you ready for what’s in store. Closing track AFTER THE END OF THE WORLD features some of the most metal-ish moments of the album