Album Reviews

Port Noir – The New Routine

6th May 2019 Rick Ossian

Soldertalje, Sweden’s Port Noir have been knocking around for a few years already. After a few recordings over at Century Media Records, the trio have relocated Inside Out! I to will confess to some surprise [Read »]

Album Reviews

Maraton – Meta

30th April 2019 Rick Ossian

I must confess to being pretty impressed with Oslo quintet Maraton and their Indie Recordings debut, Meta. I will tell you the main thing that I was impressed with; their energy. When I first queued [Read »]

Album Reviews

Semistereo – Zabriskii

27th April 2019 Reinier de Vries

Semistereo is a progressive band from the heart of Amsterdam. This is already their fourth full length. The band plays a crossover between post and progressive rock. The songs have strong melodies, nice sometimes stoner sounding [Read »]

Album Reviews

Entombed – Live Clandestine

25th April 2019 Thomas Nielsen

What would be a more appropriate timing than getting some words jotted down on virtual paper about the new ENTOMBED release from Threeman Records than now? I’m waiting for my flight back to Denmark here [Read »]

Album Reviews

Lonely Robot – Under Stars

22nd April 2019 Rick Ossian

John Mitchell (Frost*, Kino, It Bites) has returned with the latest (third, I believe) from his brainchild Lonely Robot.  Mitchell is also the producer at Outhouse Studios, Reading, UK.  Under Stars is not bad – [Read »]

Album Reviews

Carthagods – The Monster In Me

20th April 2019 Chris Galea

When I reviewed Carthagods’ debut release (“Carthagods” of 2015), despite praising that album I foresaw that the Tunisian band had yet to attain their true potential. Sophomore album “The Monster In Me” does justice to [Read »]

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 of the Month

Jordan Rudess – Wired For Madness

8th April 2019 Rick Ossian

This latest foray into the musical spectrum from Dream Theater keyboard impresario Jordan Rudess is nothing short of magnificent. Check the mindblowing video for the title track and others on YouTube. You won’t even need [Read »]