Album Reviews

Anubis Gate – Covered in Black

31st August 2017 Kenn Jensen

Danish progressive metallers Anubis Gate have grown stronger and stronger, and the trajectory points towards the stars with their new album, entitled Covered in Black. I must admit I was a bit sceptical when Jacob [Read »]

Album Reviews

Paradise Lost – Medusa

28th August 2017 Reinier de Vries

After Paradise Lost’s fifth album, Draconian Times, my interest in the band faded. Their music got less extreme album after album, and One Second for me was the straw that broke the camel’s back. It was with [Read »]

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 »]