It’s been more than a decade since Zakk Wylde brought his Black Label Society to Dublin when he opened for the Prince of Darkness, and Brummie buddy Ozzy Osbourne in 2007
not quite on the level of some of their all-time best works, but it’s a more consistent, more cohesive, yet somehow more varied and interesting album.
A show to remember for a long time to come for Buffalo rock fans.
The band is dedicated, and we just have to get out there and see how it goes. It’s not easy to keep a band going economically these days.
Rise To Glory is a triumphant return to a more melodic sound for Loudness
Saxon proves that age and metal don’t have any correlation. Even after four decades…
Set for release on Friday, March 9th, 2018 via Epic Records – the album is comprised of fourteen tracks of pure and highly inspired metal.
Perennial underdogs Anvil is starting off 2018 with a brand new release, Pounding the Pavement, their 16th album in an astounding 40-year run.
As expected, this is a very hard hitting album, with the guitars packing quite the punch and some of the riffs here definitely go into thrash territory…
It’s not hard to see why Opeth are so popular. They are extremely talented musicians and have produced epic orchestrations of progressive (death) metal.