Refuge it the revival of the band Rage mid eighties/early nineties line-up. The period in which they released their best albums in my opinion. Especially Secrets in a Weird World, is still a very underrated album. [Read »]
In theory not a lot of words are necessary for this review: if bands such as Judas Priest, Satan, Accept, Saxon mean anything to you, then “No Quarter” is a no-brainer. But I’ll go a [Read »]
Judas Priest was formed in 1969 as a blues/rock band. The Midlands based five-piece grew increasingly heavier during the Seventies and eventually became one of THE arbiters of heavy metal during the late 70s and [Read »]
Solo band of former Accept/Victory/Pänzer guitarist Herman Frank.
All things considered, one could easily think that a studio solo album from multi-instrumentalist Snowy Shaw is long overdue. It’s basically against all odds that there hasn’t been one yet when you keep in mind [Read »]
Who would ever had imagined that the original Dokken line-up would ever share a stage again? The differences seemed to run way too deep for them to ever perform together again. But if they were [Read »]
Heavy Metal? Power Metal? Or maybe rather fantasy Metal? Dream Troll’s EP “The Witch’s Curse” is hard to categorise, but the aforementioned catchphrases should be more than enough to conjure up memories of sword & [Read »]
The first album of the Dutch band Powerized, the band with vocalist Nick Holleman. He is known of his other band Methusalem, but the lot will know him from Vicious Rumors. He already quit there, but [Read »]