It may have been a six year wait for new material, but once opener, and title track, Ghost Of Graceland gets it’s grip on you, it feels like the first taste of a fine vintage wine you’ve had hidden away for years. While it won’t blow your doors off, it’s still beautifully coated with wall-to-wall hooks that whet the appetite perfectly.
‘Voices of Fire’ is a new project for the band and sees them team up with German author Christoph Hardebusch and his fantasy novel ‘Feuerstimmen’.
Reckless Love – InVader review, Album number 4 from the Finnish glamsters
For a band with such a lengthy career, who have recorded and toured consistently for decades, continuing to produce material of this calibre is nothing short of miraculous.
‘Cradle The Rage’ certainly packs a punch and is a solid contender .
There was a time when the all-important third album was seen as the make or break for a band. If that’s still the case, well then I favour the former with this little doozy.
Messrs Mustaine and Hetfield will no doubt salivate at the trashy Shout At The Devil. It’s assaulting pace and fist-yielding chorus will leave you in no doubt why the band are held in such high esteem in the thrash metal genre.
Lights, Camera, Saxon!
Former Transvision Vamp songstress returns with an eclectic stripped down slice of Americana that will find a place in almost any music collection