Album Reviews

Fallujah – Undying Light

19th March 2019 Haydee G.

This is my first time listening to Fallujah despite being aware of their existence for quite some time now, so I did some digging to learn more about their history. I found that there were [Read »]

Album Reviews

Chariot – The New Horizon Dawns

18th March 2019 Chris Galea

Chariot was formed around 1983 in the North Eastern outskirts of London, after Metal had been experiencing a significant upheaval. I mention this because “The New Horizon Dawns”, Chariot’s newest full-length, possesses the same exuberance [Read »]

Album Reviews

Mother Of Sin – 3

16th March 2019 Reinier de Vries

Perhaps the name Mother Of Sin doesn’t ring a lot of bells, but some of our readers sure know who Eduard Hovinga is. Yes indeed, this is the vocalist on the first 3 albums of [Read »]

Album Reviews

TýR – Hel

15th March 2019 Reinier de Vries

Catchy, a word that describes their music for a very big part. Traditional folk elements, sing a long refrains combined with power metal riffs and melodic twin guitar pieces are the main ingredients again.  TýR did [Read »]

Album Reviews

Equipoise – Demiurgus

24th February 2019 Philippe Leconte

After an impressive EP, ‘Birthing Homunculi’ (2016), the virtuoso guitarist Nick Padovani strikes again and delivers with a dream team this album, ‘Demiurgus’, to make the universe out of primal matter! Allow me to quote [Read »]

Album of the Month

Dream Theater – Distance Over Time

21st February 2019 Rick Ossian

Many of you will already know of the exploits of the fellows in Dream Theater.  Formed in the northeast (Berkeley College of Music) in 1985 as Majesty , they’ve come a considerable length since then.  [Read »]

Album Reviews

In Flames – I, The Mask

19th February 2019 Thomas Nielsen

There are two things that are true of a new In Flames album: 1. There is always something that unmistakably sounds like In Flames. 2. There is always something that pushes the boundaries for our [Read »]

Album Reviews

Lance King – ReProgram

15th February 2019 Rick Ossian

Lance King is CEO of Nightmare Records. He has been in many bands, including Pyramaze, Balance of Power, Avian, Ilium, Shining Star and Gemini. He also has an amazing new solo album that is loaded [Read »]