Tag: Review

Dundee alt rock newcomers Red Vanilla are delighted to announce that they will release their debut EP Days of Grey on 7th June 2024 on all good digital service providers. To celebrate the news, the band have revealed the official music video for lead single 'All These...
Connor Selby, loves Blues. That much is evident even before he plays the song “Love Letter To The Blues”. And even here, playing acoustically and solo, that depth of feeling for the music and the craft...

Review: Discharge – End of Days (2016)

If the Apocalypse is upon us then legendary hardcore punkers, Discharge, are not going to go without a fight. After a mohawk-sized eight year...

Review: Metal Church – XI (2016)

American thrash metal legends go one louder on latest release. When thrash metal legends Metal Church released their debut album 32 years ago it would...

Review: Fleshgod Apocalypse – King (2016)

Italian symphonic masters of destruction returned with a royal bang of the head rather than a wave. Fleshgod Apocalypse have always been one of the...

Review: Elevators To The Grateful Sky – Cape Yawn (2016)

Sicilian stoners continue to bring the groove on album number two. Palermo, the capital of the Italian Island of Siciliy, is a city that boasts...

Review: Endless Recovery – Revel in Demise (2015)

Athens Blackened Speed Thrashers release second album during Christmas period to ensure that not all is holy at the end of 2015. Modern-day Thrash bands...

Review: Ahab – The Boats of the Glen Carrig (2015)

German nautic doomsters increase the gloom and embrace the doom on fourth studio album. From the opening strains of "The Isle" it's clear that Maximum Volume...

Review: Sibiir – Swallow And Trap Them! (2015)

Post/Black Metal five-piece unleash Oslo’s underground anger on debut two-track 7”. The band is but one year old but the members have much experience to...

Review: Sonny Landreth – Bound By The Blues (2015)

The “King of Slydeco” digs up his roots on long awaited Blues album Over the past 50 years there are not many blues musicians that...

Review: Luciferian Light Orchestra – Luciferian Light Orchestra (2015)

The increasingly populated Retro 70's Occult Rock scene welcomes a new player. Retro Occult Rock has been all the rage of late. So much so...

Review: Ashbringer – Vacant (2015)

An often tired one man Black Metal-scene gets a fresh injection from the USA. A one-man Black Metal band is nothing new. It’s as old...

Review: Black Diamond – The EP (2015)

Liverpool’s historical conveyor belt of rock stars gets a new notch. A cursory click on the foundation of internet knowledge Wikipedia would show a host...

Review: Satyricon – Live At The Opera (2015)

Norway’s black metal pioneers get an operatic re-vamp on live album. Satyricon have never been afraid to play outside of the black metal rules. Since...

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