Album Reviews

Quiet Riot – Road Rage

3rd September 2017 Kenn Jensen

Quiet Riot is probably best known for having two major hit singles in the mid-80’s, both being a covers of Slade songs from the 70’s: ‘Cum on Feel the Noize’ and ‘Mama Weer All Crazee [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

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 »]

Last In Line

3rd August 2017 Thomas Nielsen

What started as a casual reunion jam in a Los Angeles rehearsal room in 2011 has grown into a fully-fledged project that has taken on a life of its own. Last In Line, the band, [Read »]

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The Ferrymen – The Ferrymen

2nd July 2017 Kenn Jensen

If the excellent album artwork doesn’t grab your attention, then I am sure the participants on this album will. Guitarist, songwriter, and producer Magnum Karlsson (Primal Fear, Magnus Karlsson’s Free Fall), vocalist Ronnie Romero (Lords [Read »]

Album Reviews

Adrenaline Mob – We the People

3rd June 2017 Kenn Jensen

Adrenaline Mob is back, but the term supergroup might be a bit misleading nowadays, after guys like A.J. Pejo, John Moyer, Rich Ward, or Mike Portnoy are no longer a part of the band. The combination of [Read »]