Album Reviews

Don Airey – One of a Kind

6th June 2018 Rick Ossian

Today we look at the keyboard master. If you are a classic rock fan, then you’ve doubtless heard Don Airey‘s keyboards on records in the past. He is currently a member of classic rock icons [Read »]

Album Reviews

James Christian – Craving

3rd June 2018 Kenn Jensen

James Christian is one of my favorite hard rock vocalists and no matter if it’s his solo project like this release or his main band House of Lords, he always deliver a first class vocal [Read »]

Album Reviews

Stryper – God Damn Evil

3rd June 2018 Markus Falkenberg

“Sing unto Him a new song; play skilfully with a loud noise.” Psalm 33:3   Christian Metal does not exactly have the best reputation in the Metal scene. “Preachy” and “boring” are coming adjectives you [Read »]

Album Reviews

Marillion – Smoke

2nd June 2018 Kenn Jensen

Next up in a long line of planned live releases in 2018 by Marillion, is “Smoke”. A release of 10 albums is planned for 2018, all available via digital platforms and on CD – each [Read »]

Album Reviews

Xenosis – Devour and Birth

29th May 2018 Haydee G.

Xenosis is a band from New Haven Connecticut with a blend of old-school inspired progressive death metal and much more. Since their formation in 2010, the band has always had a very specific goal in mind: [Read »]

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Spock’s Beard – Noise Floor

27th May 2018 Rick Ossian

What a pleasure it is to hear a congregation of world-class players!  If you are a fan of progressive hard rock and/or metal, then doubtless you know of the prowess of The Beard.  Spock’s have [Read »]

Album Reviews

No Hot Ashes – eponymous debut

22nd May 2018 Rick Ossian

I really shouldn’t say this, but I am slightly disappointed.  I thought No Hot Ashes would be the biggest thing since sliced bread.  Most of the tracks herein are very good, but they can also [Read »]