Album Reviews

W.E.T. – Earthrage

27th April 2018 Kenn Jensen

Earthrage might just be the most anticipated release in hard rock circles this year, and with good reason because their two previous albums have both been stellar releases. The Swedish super-group W.E.T. consists of Robert [Read »]

Album Reviews

L.A. Guns – Made in Milan

27th April 2018 Kenn Jensen

Frontiers Music has over the years managed to lure many dinosaurs to Milan to perform at their world famous festival, and in 2017 it was time for the veterans of Sunset Boulevard L.A. Guns to [Read »]

Album Reviews

Shiraz Lane – Carnival Days

5th April 2018 Kenn Jensen

My biggest issues with Shiraz Lane‘s debut album were the mediocre production, the lead vocals and the overall song writing – but things have thankfully improved on all fronts on their new sophomore album entitled: [Read »]

Album Reviews

Mr. Big – Defying Gravity

22nd August 2017 Matt Fabi

Mr. Big return with  their new album Defying Gravity, the follow up to the very well received 2014 release, …the stories we could tell. The album was recorded in six days – no, that isn’t a typo. When [Read »]

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Jorn – Life on Death Road

17th July 2017 Kenn Jensen

When you line up the best vocalists in heavy metal and hard rock these days, there’s no chance the name Jorn Lande won’t be included. He has single-handedly done wonders to mediocre albums, helped elevate [Read »]

Album Reviews

Stryper – Fallen

7th October 2015 Wade Reitz

Back in the day, I do not think there was a band I took more crap for liking more than Stryper. It was never necessarily about the religious connotations of their music that drew me [Read »]