Album Reviews

Hellride – Acousticalized Review

The threesome have put in a lot of passion and truly payed attention to the smallest details of every track. Tommy’s voice is very soulful for sure and the acoustic guitars manage to completely forget about the drums. Despite that every single track on the album is quite enjoyable, in the end I’m not prone to this ‘new wave of acoustic metal’-thing. I seriously doubt whether heavy music be re-discovered solely with just a voice and two acoustic guitars. For me it simply doesn’t work a whole album (or a whole gig ? ) long. But I invite all you readers, listeners to judge this album on its merits yourself.

Album Reviews

Tokyo Blade – Thousand Men Strong

Tokyo Blade certainly makes a case for why in the hell did it take them so long to release a record. The band’s undeniably chemistry is shown on each song, and even though the production is a bit garbled in spots, with the addition of a new singer and most of its core line up in effect, you have a decent record in which portrays the band’s prolific sound era their classic hit “Night Of The Blade” back in 84…