Album Reviews

Vulture – Beyond the Blade

11th April 2019 Reinier de Vries

Vulture is a heavy metal band from Germany the quintet recently finished recording their second long-player, Ghastly Waves & Battered Graves, for a June 7th release via Metal Blade Records. To put the band a [Read »]

Album Reviews

Invictus – Burst The Curse

29th March 2019 Reinier de Vries

The German young band Invictus started somewhere in 2010 and refined their music year after year to release their first EP Burst The Curse. There are just 3 songs on it, 2 heavier tracks and a softer [Read »]

Album Reviews

A.C.T. – Rebirth

26th March 2019 Rick Ossian

From Malmo, Sweden comes roaring out of the woodwork a band that most prog aficianados will be familiar with by now.  They have done many road miles opening for the likes of Fish and Saga. [Read »]

Album Reviews

The Deep – Watching You

15th November 2018 Chris Galea

(Disclaimer: this review was based on an unofficial version of the EP sanctioned by the band. A release date had not yet been announced at the time this review was published.) The roots of The [Read »]

Album Reviews

Milk White Throat – House of Fire EP

14th August 2018 Rick Ossian

Milk White Throat are a three-piece alternative prog/punk aggregation from Brighton. After one single, Under Duress, was recorded, and some family issues dealt with, they got together to record this, their first EP.  House of [Read »]

Album Reviews

Epica – Epica vs. Attack On Titan

21st July 2018 Haydee G.

Epica is back with their fulfilled promise of delivering something a little more “out of the box” and their latest EP “Epica vs. Attack on Titan Songs” defines exactly that description. This EP comprises of [Read »]

Album Reviews

Dreamgrave – Monuments

14th May 2018 Haydee G.

Dreamgrave is a Hungarian metal act with an overreaching charm. Their humble beginnings started in 2012 with aims of blending numerous styles together with progressive themes. Years later they ventured into newer territories and presently [Read »]

Album Reviews

The Extended Sessions

14th March 2018 Markus Falkenberg

Many fans agree that classical music and Heavy Metal have a lot in common. In fact a lot of fans probably listen to both, or even play both.  And why not? Classical music is often [Read »]