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 »]

Album Reviews

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 »]

Album Reviews

Night Demon – Darkness Remains

28th May 2017 Wade Reitz

Lately, some of my reviews come out sounding like lost connections posts. First, it was my obliviousness to the greatness of White Widdow, and then it was my slow-to-take-action listening of Silent Circus. This time [Read »]