George Lynch – Legacy EP Review

Is nice to hear new material from Mr Scary as he still proves he got what it takes to play the fret, but we all knew this already. Bring on the new material and hope this time around they keep the momentum going strong from the last Lynch Mob. The new Mob will include Oni Logan, Mick Brown, and Jeff Pilson and it will be called “I Am Weapon”.

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Hartmann – Balance Review

The last notable cut comes via the cover of the famous Tears for Fears song “Shout” which all the band members breath new light into the song and does it justice, hard to consider with all the remakes that have come out through the years of this classic tune and that list includes At Vance…..see below.

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Wig Wam – Wall Street Review

Well, once again WALL STREET is a different beast to anything the band has done previously and while some elements of the album work well, overall it just feels as though the band have come too far away from what made them great and have possibly over-reached this time around…

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Fatal Smile – 21st Century Freaks Review

They spent 2011 to record their 4th album “21ST CENTURY FREAKS bring us the careful production that is evident, the stylistic imagery on their first video single “Welcome to the Freakshow” as well as they’re bombs away rhythm section and that’s not even counting hey’re charismatic guitar player, you have quite a top notch Hard Rock record

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Overkill – The Electric Age Review

Overkill is one of the greatest thrash bands of all-time. Bobby “Blitz” Ellsworth is the best thrash frontman. Period. There is no one better than him. His voice is powerful and unique, his presence on stage is unrivaled, and his love for his fans knows no bounds. As far as I’m concerned I’d rather they be a part of The Big Four than Metallica.

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Kill Devil Hill – Kill Devil Hill Review

There were two artists that jumped out at me as I listened to their SPV/Steamhammer debut Kill Devil Hill. The first is the most obvious, Alice In Chains. Clearly Bragg is influenced by the late Layne Staley, however the music even has that slow groove that brought AIC into prominence back in the day.

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