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  • Chez Kane – Powerzone Review

    British newcomer Chez Kane is certainly one of those artists, having already a breakthrough debut album released in 2021, many in the scene we're looking forward to the sophomore...
    September 28, 2022
  • Borealis – Illusions Review

    Their sound has evolved rather subtly, but steadily over the past few releases, all leading up to their fifth and latest full-length release, Illusions, which is their most complex...
    September 27, 2022
  • Eva Under Fire – Love, Drugs & Misery Review

    I have to honestly say that I was most interested in the writing/lyrics here as I can only imagine that being a Therapist can offer a new perspective on...
    September 23, 2022
  • Meridian – The 4th Dimension Review

    the hooks and choruses stand out on their own, and the guitars are super crunchy and melodic, that is indeed what makes this record a strong one. If you...
    September 22, 2022
  • Lillian Axe – From Womb To Tomb Review

    I would love the see Lillian Axe get the recognition they so richly deserve, but From Womb To Tomb is too much for a casual music listener to absorb, and that...
    September 21, 2022
  • Collective Insanity – Hidden Agony EP Review

    I’ve gotta say I’m quite impressed with Collective Insanity’s debut EP Hidden Agony. Right now, it is only available on streaming services, but at some point, it will be available...
    September 21, 2022
  • Edenbridge – Shangri-La Review

    In the symphonic metal scene, one of the most consistent and longest-running bands is Austrian band Edenbridge, who have been around since the late '90s, putting out quality albums...
    September 20, 2022
  • House of Lords – Saints and Sinners Review

    Even though the term ‘supergroup’ is used almost inflationary these days, House Of Lords was certainly one in their early days. Besides singer James Christian there were Gregg Griuffria,...
    September 19, 2022
  • Stratovarius – Survive Review

    Survive is their first album since Eternal, back in 2015, though they did release a compilation with a few new tracks in between albums. Coming off Nemesis, which was...
    September 16, 2022
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  • Chez Kane – Powerzone Review

    British newcomer Chez Kane is certainly one of those artists, having already a breakthrough debut album released in 2021, many in the scene we're looking forward to the sophomore...
    September 28, 2022
  • Borealis – Illusions Review

    Their sound has evolved rather subtly, but steadily over the past few releases, all leading up to their fifth and latest full-length release, Illusions, which is their most complex...
    September 27, 2022
  • Eva Under Fire – Love, Drugs & Misery Review

    I have to honestly say that I was most interested in the writing/lyrics here as I can only imagine that being a Therapist can offer a new perspective on...
    September 23, 2022
  • Meridian – The 4th Dimension Review

    the hooks and choruses stand out on their own, and the guitars are super crunchy and melodic, that is indeed what makes this record a strong one. If you...
    September 22, 2022
  • Lillian Axe – From Womb To Tomb Review

    I would love the see Lillian Axe get the recognition they so richly deserve, but From Womb To Tomb is too much for a casual music listener to absorb, and that...
    September 21, 2022
  • Collective Insanity – Hidden Agony EP Review

    I’ve gotta say I’m quite impressed with Collective Insanity’s debut EP Hidden Agony. Right now, it is only available on streaming services, but at some point, it will be available...
    September 21, 2022

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