Tygers of Pan Tang are a heavy metal band, part of the new wave of British heavy metal movement. They formed in 1978 in Whitley Bay, England, and were active until 1987. The band reformed in 1999 and continue to record [Read »]
After a (too) long intro, TYGERS OF PAN TANG enters the stage at Amager Bio at approximately 8 PM. I am immidiately thrown right back into my teenage years when they start to play the [Read »]
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 »]
The Home of Motörhead, Saxon, Europe, Morbid Angel, Annihilator, Wacken Open Air, Uli Jon Roth and More!
(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 »]
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 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 »]
Heavy Metal? Power Metal? Or maybe rather fantasy Metal? Dream Troll’s EP “The Witch’s Curse” is hard to categorise, but the aforementioned catchphrases should be more than enough to conjure up memories of sword & [Read »]