Album Reviews

Forsaken – Pentateuch

17th September 2017 Chris Galea

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 »]

Album Reviews

World Trade – Unify

10th September 2017 Kenn Jensen

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 »]

Album Reviews

Threshold – Legends of the Shires

8th September 2017 Kenn Jensen

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 »]

Album Reviews

Arch Enemy – Will To Power

5th September 2017 Thomas Nielsen

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 »]

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Quiet Riot – Road Rage

3rd September 2017 Kenn Jensen

Quiet Riot is probably best known for having two major hit singles in the mid-80’s, both being a covers of Slade songs from the 70’s: ‘Cum on Feel the Noize’ and ‘Mama Weer All Crazee [Read »]

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Subterranean Masquerade – Vagabond

3rd September 2017 Kenn Jensen

I was introduced to Subterranean Masquerade shortly after the release of The Great Bazaar in 2015. It’s an album that features a fine selection of well crafted progressive metal songs, which let the Middle-eastern origin of [Read »]