Album Reviews

Animal Drive – Bite!

17th March 2018 Kenn Jensen

It is pretty obvious why the late Paul O’Neill handpicked vocalist Dino Jelusic to tour with Trans-Siberian Orchestra and together with his fellow compatriots from Croatia comes now the debut album from his own band [Read »]

Album Reviews

Lione / Conti – Lione / Conti

10th March 2018 Kenn Jensen

Frontiers Music is famous or infamous, depending on how you look at it, for putting people together in so-called supergroups and projects, and in some cases it works really well and in some not so [Read »]

Album Reviews

Ammunition – Ammunition

26th February 2018 Kenn Jensen

When Wig Wam broke up back in 2014, front siren Åge Sten Nilsen quickly moved on and created his own band called Åge Sten Nilsen’s Ammunition and an album was released in November 2014, entitled [Read »]

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Labyrinth – Return to Live

18th February 2018 Kenn Jensen

Labyrinth has over the years made quite a few cool and innovative albums, but one stands out: ‘Return To Heaven Denied’ from 1998. And what better way to celebrate a reunion than to play in [Read »]

Eisley/Goldy

7th January 2018 Kenn Jensen

Singer David Glen Eisley and guitarist Craig Goldy (ex-Dio), both formerly of GIUFFRIA, have joined forces again in EISLEY / GOLDY, a partnership which sees the two artists bring back the signature sound that launched [Read »]

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Raintimes – Raintimes

6th January 2018 Kenn Jensen

It is very easy to try too hard and fail when it comes to AOR; the line between cheesy and well done is razorsharp. And newcomers Raintimes do thankfully walk on the right side of [Read »]

Album Reviews

Jono – Life

29th December 2017 Kenn Jensen

Swedish band Jono is much like their fellow countrymen A.C.T combining genres that on surface sounds like a very strange brew, in this case melodic rock, symphonic rock and progressive rock. But it works and [Read »]