Album Reviews

Milk White Throat – House of Fire EP

Milk White Throat are a three-piece alternative prog/punk aggregation from Brighton. After one single, Under Duress, was recorded, and some family issues dealt with, they got together to record this, their first EP.  House of [Read »]

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Fates Warning – Live Over Europe

Long touted as the progenitors of progressive heavy metal, these stalwarts from Hartford, Connecticut have been at it since 1982.  Since then they have circumnavigated the world and ruled festival stages globally.  For the most [Read »]

Album Reviews

The Chapter – Angels And Demons

“Angels And Demons” is a surprisingly strong debut from Portuguese band The Chapter. Musically the album has strong hints of Moonspell, especially with regards the deep-sounding lead vocals. Other elements recall early Dark Tranquillity, Opeth [Read »]

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Motör Militia – World In Flames

It’s not often that I have the opportunity to review a Metal album from the Middle East. Motör Militia are in fact from Bahrain, an archipelago in the Persian Gulf between Saudi Arabia and Qatar [Read »]

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Distorted Harmony – A Way Out

Many may know Distorted Harmony from their previous LP’s, Chain Reaction (2014) and Utopia (2012). The Tel Aviv band was formed in 2010.  Those who are in the know can tell you that this band [Read »]

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The Vintage Caravan – Gateways

Hello and welcome to the 1960’s! Or is it the 1970’s? Surely this band, this album by this wonderful band, must be some forgotten or long lost gem from back in the halcyon days of [Read »]

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Gwydion – Thirteen

Despite “Thirteen” being the band’s 4th album, it’s only my first opportunity to uncover Gwydion’s music. The band is from Portugal, and their songs speak of Vikings, Celtic mythology and Pagan lore, particularly in relation [Read »]

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Into Eternity – The Sirens

Has it already been 10 years ago the release of The Incurable Tragedy? Yes, and there has happened a lot for the band since then. Drummer Steve Bolognese left the band and was replaced by [Read »]

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Celtachor – Fiannaíocht

Celtachor identify with the mythology of Ireland, the band’s country of origin, and have been doing so for about a decade. With “Fiannaíocht” the band takes specific inspiration from old books of poetry ingrained in [Read »]