Album Reviews

Allen-Olzon – Worlds Apart Review

As a Jorn Lande fan, I was skeptical going in, but as an Allen and Olzon fan, I knew that the project wouldn’t suffer.; it would just be a different animal that requires no comparison of the two. Worlds Apart is a great album and the perfect showcase for the singers and the skills of Magnus Karlsson. I think if people give this one a fair shake, they will be pleasantly surprised.

Album Releases

Adrenaline Mob – Dearly Departed Review

Adrenaline Mob have released 2 fantastic albums of their own material (Omerta 2012 & Men of Honor 2014), an album of cover versions (Coverta 2013) and now a record in 2015 with rarities and cover versions.

Album Reviews

Level 10 – Chapter 1 Review

The latest example of a super group is Level 10. Let’s start with the two main players in the formation of the band. First, there’s Russell Allen, the great vocalist of Symphony X. That’s a great start to any band

Album Reviews

Allen/Lande – The Great Divide Review

But I can reassure you: “The Great Divide” isn’t such a disaster like “Angels Of The Apocalypse” No, it’s even far away from being a disaster. It feels like Timo Tolkki saved his best songs for Allen/Lande and put all the crappy stuff on his Avalon project

Album Reviews

Adrenaline Mob – Men of Honor Review

Portnoy had more name recognition. When I heard that The Mob was back and about to release a new album with AJ Pero of Twisted Sister banging the skins I was fairly shocked. I was even more shocked when I heard the album Men of Honor.

Album Reviews

Symphony X – Iconoclast

it has aggression, transgression, thought provoking lyrics, and sheer earshot of a rhythm section. By the way definition of Iconoclast? “A destroyer of images used in religious worship.”….ouch…that’s all I have to say. Recommended seal and approved by the bastard machine!!!