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  • Krisiun – Mortem Solis review

    Krisiun were tired of the posers, so they brought it all back to square one with a brutal and more straight forward process....
    August 3, 2022
  • David Readman – Medusa Review

    When we speak about outstanding vocalists in Rock, one name that may not slip off people's tongues is the talented English vocalist David Readman. His vastly underrated catalog would...
    July 22, 2022
  • Ousey/Mann – Is Anybody Listening Review

    These guys have it all packaged into something you tend to expect from Escape Music, the melody, and the hooks, are all there. Chris is a tremendous vocalist who's...
    July 20, 2022
  • Priest, Body Machine – Album Review

    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...
    July 17, 2022
  • EMF – Go Go Sapiens – Review

    Dr Strangelove's opening line of “Don’t call it a comeback” and many of the lyrics making it clear this isn’t a cash-grab, but a labour of love....
    March 30, 2022
  • Skillet – Dominion Review

    This isn't a push towards religion or suggesting that you need to find your faith, just simply an album from a band that, through the music they produce, help...
    January 18, 2022
  • JACK J HUTCHINSON – THE HAMMER FALLS – Review

    'Gunslinger', one of my undisputable top picks on this album of gems sounds like it could have been plucked from one of Hutchinson's earlier albums. There's a catchy familiarity...
    January 18, 2022
  • The Professionals – SNAFU – Review

    Genre: Classic Punk Rock Label: JPT Records Released: Out Now Members:  Paul Cook , Drums Tom Spencer , Guitar \ Vocals Toshi JC Ogawa , Bass Tracklisting: Easily Lead...
    October 11, 2021
  • Trivium – In The Court Of The Dragon Review

    It seems that time is only improving their approach and guile to their abilities.  I am blown away by the musicianship on this album and I will say that...
    October 10, 2021
AMON AMARTH – THE GREAT HEATHEN TOUR WITH CARCASS, CATTLE DECAPITATION AND OBITUARY OBLITERATE THE HAMMERSTEIN BALLROOM, NYC ON DECEMBER 1ST, 2022
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  • Dark Sarah – Attack of Orym Review

    Compared to the previous two albums I've heard, Attack of Orym has a much more electronic-flavored sound to it, sometimes going for a more trance-metal-infused sound with light power...
    January 27, 2023
  • Twilight Force – At the Heart of Wintervale Review

    Stylistically, Twilight Force has evolved in ways that very much reflect what Rhapsody themselves went through over the years, starting as a fun, simple fantasy-themed power metal band with...
    January 23, 2023
  • Riverside – ID.Entity Review

    Riverside started in 2001 and hails from Warsaw, Poland. The progressive metal outfit premiered with ‘Out of Myself’, an album that was independently released and led to a deal...
    January 20, 2023
  • The Winery Dogs – III Review

    Kotzen kick things off with impunity, as Portnoy and Sheehan comply to the addicting beat with a master-class instrumentation performance. The chorus here is super catchy and stands out...
    January 19, 2023
  • Jared James Nichols – Jared James Nichols Review

    Unfairly lumped in with the young bluesmen like Laurence Jones, Joe Bonamassa, etc Jared James Nichols is so much more. Yeah, his music is blues based but in the...
    January 17, 2023
  • Uriah Heep – Chaos And Colour Review

    Uriah Heep stepped in at the last minute to headline last year’s Stonedead Festival and at that particular time they were in the middle of recording ‘Chaos And Colour’...
    January 13, 2023

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