Album Reviews

Kaipa – Children of the Sounds

To me, Kaipa embodies the spirit of the Swedish 70s prog rock scene to perfection. Their sound is rooted in the early days of prog rock made in Sweden, and their warm analogue sound is [Read »]

Album Reviews

National Suicide – Massacre Elite

When I am not mistaken this must be the third album from this Italian thrashers. Like the album, the review isn’t very long, but that isn’t necessary. Quality is more important than quantity. Stefano Mini [Read »]

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Forsaken – Pentateuch

For me this has been one of the most hotly anticipated releases of the year, a new full-length from Forsaken. ‘Pentateuch’ refers to the first 5 books of the Bible and this album is in [Read »]

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Incertain – Rats In Palaces

Incertain is an example for the fact that one should not mistake youth for a lack of experience, or even for a lack of talent, because Incertain has plenty of both! And yes, there is [Read »]

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Cripper – Follow Me: Kill!

Yes, just in time for the deadline I could finish this review. When you are very busy with the job that pays the bills, the hobby is less important, but I needed to review this [Read »]

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World Trade – Unify

To name all of the things Billy Sherwood has been involved in over the years would be almost impossible, but most recently he’s been involved in two of the most popular 1980’s prog rock bands: [Read »]

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Hexx – Wrath Of The Reaper

For me this new Hexx album came just out of the blue. Somewhere in 1986 during my weekly visit at the record store in the search for new metal albums, I saw an album of [Read »]

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Threshold – Legends of the Shires

Some prefers a blond woman over a brunette and then there’s them, who prefers a redhead. And in case of Threshold, the three vocalists Damian Wilson, Glynn Morgan and the late Andrew ‘Mac’ McDermott all [Read »]

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Arch Enemy – Will To Power

More than 20 years down the line and ten full-length albums into their portfolio, one has to acknowledge that ARCH ENEMY are stronger than ever. There was a time when I thought that Arch Enemy [Read »]