Album Reviews

Iron Lamb – Blue Haze

11th December 2018 Markus Falkenberg

Heavy Metal has developed quite a bit over the decades, but there is no denying that a lot of modern Heavy Metal is surprisingly conservative in a musical sense. Many would say that this is [Read »]

Iron Lamb

11th December 2018 Markus Falkenberg

“[…]Everybody knows rock & roll gained perfection in the late 70’s, it’s a scientific fact. Between them,  bands like Thin Lizzy, Ramones, Motörhead and Ac/Dc found the pure essence of hard music and rolled with [Read »]

Album Reviews

Manimal – Purgatorio

16th September 2018 Reinier de Vries

After debut The Darkest Room and the second album called Trapped In the Shadows, it is time for the third album. Third albums are always important for a band, a kind of make or break point. With Samuel Nyman [Read »]

Album Reviews

Refuge – Solitary Men

24th June 2018 Reinier de Vries

Refuge it the revival of the band Rage mid eighties/early nineties line-up. The period in which they released their best albums in my opinion. Especially Secrets in a Weird World, is still a very underrated album. [Read »]

Album Reviews

Toledo Steel – No Quarter

15th June 2018 Chris Galea

In theory not a lot of words are necessary for this review: if bands such as Judas Priest, Satan, Accept, Saxon mean anything to you, then “No Quarter” is a no-brainer. But I’ll go a [Read »]

Judas Priest

11th June 2018 Thomas Nielsen

Judas Priest was formed in 1969 as a blues/rock band. The Midlands based five-piece grew increasingly heavier during the Seventies and eventually became one of THE arbiters of heavy metal during the late 70s and [Read »]