Album Reviews

Mr. Big – Defying Gravity

22nd August 2017 Matt Fabi

Mr. Big return with  their new album Defying Gravity, the follow up to the very well received 2014 release, …the stories we could tell. The album was recorded in six days – no, that isn’t a typo. When [Read »]

Album Reviews

Portrait – Burn the World

19th August 2017 Reinier de Vries

No idea if the band name has something to do with the King Diamond album Fatal Portrait, but a big part of the music certainly has big influences from King Diamond and Mercyful Fate. The line [Read »]

Album Reviews

Thy Art Is Murder – Dear Desolation

18th August 2017 Wade Reitz

Sometimes, taking a break from something can be helpful. A work issue, home project, or homework can all look different after walking away and coming back later. I’ve heard this can also be beneficial in [Read »]

Album Reviews

Attic – Sanctimonious

16th August 2017 Kenn Jensen

In late 2012, when Attic released their debut album The Invocation, it hit like a laser-guided missile. Finally a band was not afraid to take on the huge task of recreating and capturing the spirit and [Read »]

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Exit Eden – Rhapsodies In Black

3rd August 2017 Lotty Whittingham

EXIT EDEN has four different singers from four different countries and four different backgrounds, yet they all fit together to create one upcoming group that will blow you away. What one thing do these singers have [Read »]

Album Reviews

Alice Cooper – Paranormal

3rd August 2017 Kenn Jensen

Alice Cooper, the Godfather of Shock Rock, is back! Approaching 50 years in rock ‘n’ roll is an accomplishment not many reach, but one Vincent Damon Furnier is quickly approaching. He has always been an extraordinary [Read »]

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Rex Brown – Smoke On This

1st August 2017 Liam Savage

Venturing out on your own in a musical capacity can be a daunting task at times, especially with a solid history of band collaborations that has yielded a ton of success.  Such is the case [Read »]

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Make Them Suffer – Worlds Apart

1st August 2017 Wade Reitz

I, as I am also guessing many of our readers, have temporarily become fixated on certain albums. For whatever reason they become somewhat addicting until the next brain monopolizing record comes along. For me, the [Read »]

Album Reviews

Ten – Gothica

30th July 2017 Kenn Jensen

I still have a very fine recollection of my first exposure to Ten, back when I bought their second album The Name of the Rose in 1996. Not many hard rock albums stood out that [Read »]