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  • Katatonia – Sky Void Of Stars Review

    To my amazement, I discovered that Katatonia was formed in 1991. I’ll be honest these guys have kind of passed me by so this is a real surprise. Having...
    January 11, 2023
  • King Kraken – MCLXXX Review

    WOW – This is superb. Heavy, groovy with monster-sized riffs. The production is superb, and the songs are well crafted. If you like it big, dark, and heavy then...
    January 11, 2023
  • Beyond The Black – Beyond The Black Review

    Here we go with some symphonic metal from Germany’s Beyond The Black who are steadily climbing the ladder and heading towards the likes of Nightwish etc....
    January 11, 2023
  • Nevena – Nevena Review

    This is classy AOR of the highest order.
    December 7, 2022
  • Korrosive – Toxic Apokalypse Review

    What is going on over in Canada, eh? 2022 has been a fantastic year for Canuck rock and metal – here’s another to add to the list. This time...
    December 7, 2022
  • Tailgunner – ‘Crashdive’ EP Review

    Old school British metal given a fresh lick of lead paint and brought up to date by a fine production from Enforcer’s Olof Wikstrand. Hopefully, Tailgunner are going places...
    December 7, 2022
  • Disturbed – Divisive Review

    The ten songs were recorded last year in Nashville in collaboration with producer Drew Fulk. What you can notice is the relatively constant line-up which allows the band to...
    December 7, 2022
  • Drenalize – Edge of Tomorrow Review

    Nice album, although for some perhaps sounds a bit dated and cliché tingled, but it still is a great nostalgic trip down memory lane in the world of 80s...
    December 7, 2022
  • Solitude Within – When Kingdoms Fall Review

    Without a doubt, this is a band to check out a.s.a.p. if you’re a fan of the female-fronted symphonic melodic metal genre, and it wouldn’t surprise me if they...
    December 7, 2022
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  • Doomsday Outlaw – Damaged Goods Review

    Doomsday Outlaw has knocked it out of the park AGAIN! The guitar pair are on the money and John Willis is his usual beastlike self behind the kit, but...
    February 1, 2023
  • Pop Evil – Skeletons Review

    Pop Evil I feel is a group that still seems to somewhat fly under the radar when it comes to stand-out Hard Rock/Metal bands out there. They have consistently...
    February 1, 2023
  • 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

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