Bonfire

8th April 2018 Markus Falkenberg

Few German rock acts can look back at as long and successful a career as Bonfire. Counting their predecessor – a group called Cacumen, which was also founded by Hans Ziller and featured more or [Read »]

Album Reviews

Shiraz Lane – Carnival Days

5th April 2018 Kenn Jensen

My biggest issues with Shiraz Lane‘s debut album were the mediocre production, the lead vocals and the overall song writing – but things have thankfully improved on all fronts on their new sophomore album entitled: [Read »]

Album Reviews

Thunder – Stage

5th April 2018 Kenn Jensen

Thunder is in my humble opinion one the most underrated hard rock bands from the UK. Their name appears very seldom when you read or talk about the best and most influential UK bands, which [Read »]

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

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 »]