Album Reviews

Sarea – Black At Heart

Three years have passed since Sarea, the modern melodic metal band from Norrköping, Sweden, released their album This Is Not Goodbye. Supporting the band since my review of the very same album, I was now [Read »]

Album Reviews

Labyrinth – Architecture of a God

Labyrinth is one the longest and most consistent bands in the Italian Power Metal scene that started popping up in the middle of the 1990s. After a seven year hiatus, they return with an album [Read »]

Album Reviews

Slagduster – Deadweight

Diversity and originality, while a great concept in the theory of songwriting, is one thing to commit to, but to see it to fruition is an entirely different matter.  Making music your own requires a [Read »]

Album Reviews

Dragonforce – Reaching Into Infinity

The seventh force of the dragon is called Reaching Into Infinity. The band needs no further introduction. Everyone who is a little metal minded knows what to expect. There are two opinions about Dragonforce’s music; [Read »]

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Crazy Lixx – Ruff Justice

If you are in the mood for some good ol’ fashion hard rock with some rough and sleazy edges, there really are not many bands delivering music worth talking about these days. Of course, the [Read »]

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Pyramaze – Contingent

It’s actually pretty impressive that Pyramaze has been able to deliver one fantastic album after another if you take into consideration just how many people have been involved in the five albums they’ve released since [Read »]

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Seven Kingdoms – Decennium

There are a lot of bands with the number seven in their name. In my collection there are quite a few. So when I saw the name Seven Kingdoms, I had to think twice if there [Read »]

Album Reviews

Ayreon – The Source

Into the Electric Castle became one of my absolute favorite albums to this date when it was released in 1998. Arjen Anthony Lucassen became synonymous with the term and genre Metal Opera. The albums that followed expended [Read »]