Album Reviews

Salem – Attrition

9th July 2018 Chris Galea

For those new to the band, Salem were formed around 1980 from the ashes of Ethel The Frog but “Attrition” is only the band’s 3rd full-length release. The music is a melodic Rock accentuated by [Read »]

Salem

9th July 2018 Chris Galea

SALEM was founded in late 1979 by two former members from the Metal for Muthas stars Ethel The Frog – Paul Tognola (vocals/guitar) and Paul Conyers (drums). Ade Jenkinson was drafted as the bass player [Read »]

Album Reviews

Toledo Steel – No Quarter

15th June 2018 Chris Galea

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 »]

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 »]

Album Reviews

Chrome Molly – Hoodoo Voodoo

4th March 2017 Kenn Jensen

I fully understand and appreciate the need to stay true to your roots and sound authentic. It’s like the past 30 years have passed without Chrome Molly even noticing, because Hoodoo Voodoo is a homage [Read »]

Album Reviews

Mortillery – Shapeshifter

26th May 2016 Reinier de Vries

Mix Iron Maiden melodies, chaotic parts Death Angel style, screaming aggressive Nuclear Assault sounding vocals, the brutality of Exciter and Slayer thrash assaults and you have something like Mortillery. Besides Iron Maiden on speed also [Read »]