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 »]

Album Reviews

Seven – Shattered

22nd September 2016 Kenn Jensen

British AOR rockers Seven might only have released two albums: “7” in 2014 and this brand new one, but they go way, way back… Actually their roots can be traced back to the late 1980’s. [Read »]

Album Reviews

Treat – Ghost of Graceland

29th April 2016 Kenn Jensen

Treat was one of the premier Swedish melodic rock bands from 1985 to 1992, then they disappeared only to resurface again in 2010 with their comeback album “Coup de Grâce”. Afterwards they toured intensely before [Read »]

Album Reviews

The Defiants – The Defiants

28th April 2016 Kenn Jensen

What does Bruno Ravel, Rob Marcello and Paul Laine have in common…? Danger Danger! Main songwriter Bruno Ravel, lead guitarist Rob Marcello and former lead vocalist Paul Laine have been brought together once more by [Read »]

Album Reviews

Magnum – Sacred Blood “Divine” Lies

27th February 2016 Kenn Jensen

If I had to describe Magnum in one word it would probably be: “stable”. You always get well-crafted songs, a first-class vocal performance and splendid guitar work. The cornerstones are off course Bob Catley’s great [Read »]

Album Reviews

Nordic Union – Nordic Union

17th January 2016 Kenn Jensen

  Serafino Perugino, president of Frontiers Music, has put many artists together in various projects in the past. His latest pairing is a collaboration across Øresund between Swedish producer, guitarist and song writer Erik Mårtensson [Read »]