Album Reviews

Magnum – Lost on the Road to Eternity

Magnum has been a musical constant in my entire adulthood. I remember watching their “Days of No Trust” video on MTV and even though it’s a fairly simple video I loved it, and that was [Read »]

Album Reviews

Worry Blast – .44

If you are looking for a NEW AGE redux of AC/DC look no further than these gents.  Period.  If the all mighty Metal Creator was to reload the AC/DC chamber with a .44, all  HOT ‘n’ Ready, [Read »]

Album Reviews

Savage Machine – Abandon Earth

If you are an old school classic (NWOBHM) melodic heavy metal fan and fancy some power metal as well, this first full length album of Danish Savage Machine will be your first hammer in 2018. The [Read »]

Album Reviews

Enemy Inside – Dead Nation Army

Thrash Metal has a reputation for loud and aggressive music and similarly aggressive lyrics. Quite often these lyrics are just angry in respect to how things are in this world, and sometimes this anger also [Read »]

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Corrosion of Conformity – No Cross No Crown

“No Cross No Crown” – Available 1/12/18 via  Twelve years.  Twelve long years to be able to slap on the SOUL headphones, blaze some of the greatest Purple Kush in the land from the Montana Marijuana Company [Read »]

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Eisley/Goldy – Blood, Guts and Games

When Gregg Giuffria left Angel to form his own solo project under the moniker Giuffria things looked very bright. He was joined by vocalist David Glen Eisley, guitarist Graig Goldy, bass player Chuck Wright and [Read »]

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Raintimes – Raintimes

It is very easy to try too hard and fail when it comes to AOR; the line between cheesy and well done is razorsharp. And newcomers Raintimes do thankfully walk on the right side of [Read »]

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Anvil – Pounding The Pavement

If there is one band that has my sympathy it is Anvil. In the eighties I bought albums of  bands like Metallica, Anthrax, Exodus etc. etc., but not Anvil. I was aware of their existence, [Read »]

Album Reviews

Down ‘n’ Outz – My ReGeneration

What is the common denominator for Joe Elliot (Def Leppard), The Quireboys and Mott the Hoople? The answer is off course Down ‘n’ Outz. What began as an invite for Joe to help out when [Read »]