Album Reviews

Royal Mob – Cinematic

1st July 2018 Rick Ossian

This album is probably perfect for certain markets: the teenybopper AOR scene (Maroon 5, The Darkness, etc.), pop rock, NOT heavy metal. The harmonies and the melodies are like slick polished steel. I don’t recall [Read »]

Royal Mob

1st July 2018 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

Captivating riffs, heavy drums and outspoken vocals give Royal Mob an unparalleled fusion of modern rock and soul-inspired melodies. The band which was formerly known as Mojave Desert Rebels, has since 2015 been a keen [Read »]

Album Reviews

The Sea Within – The Sea Within

7th June 2018 Rick Ossian

Today we look at Prog’s most recent supergroup, The Sea Within, and their self-titled eponymous debut. When it comes to supergroups, Prog is no stranger to danger. For many years we have been treated to [Read »]

Album Reviews

James Christian – Craving

3rd June 2018 Kenn Jensen

James Christian is one of my favorite hard rock vocalists and no matter if it’s his solo project like this release or his main band House of Lords, he always deliver a first class vocal [Read »]

Album Reviews

No Hot Ashes – eponymous debut

22nd May 2018 Rick Ossian

I really shouldn’t say this, but I am slightly disappointed.  I thought No Hot Ashes would be the biggest thing since sliced bread.  Most of the tracks herein are very good, but they can also [Read »]

No Hot Ashes

22nd May 2018 Tommy Sonne Skøtt

No Hot Ashes are one of the bands that formed part of Belfast’s epic 80’s rock scene. With over 35 years under the belt there are plenty of stories and since the Reunion some amazing [Read »]


19th May 2018 Kenn Jensen

Foreigner is an English-American rock band, originally formed in New York City in 1976 by veteran English musician Mick Jones ex-Spooky Tooth and fellow Briton and ex-King Crimson member Ian McDonald along with American vocalist [Read »]