Tuesday, April 16, 2024
Lucifer Was

Lucifer Was – Ein Fix Ferdig Mann

Leave it to the brilliant minds working at Apollon Records Prog to uncover and sign some of the most rewarding and captivating bands the...
Halo Maude

Halo Maude has reason to Celebrate

I often choose music on a whim - it could be the cover (the superb Pathfinder by Beggars Opera for example) or the title...
The Wizards

The Wizards cultivate The Exit Garden

Formed in 2013, Spanish band The Wizards, have now unleashed upon the world, their fourth album of metallic rock The Exit Garden, with roots...
The Hives

The Hives: Rock n roll exposure at critical mass in Manchester

Arguably one of the most influential rock bands of the 2000s, The Hives make their long-awaited return to Manchester after their iconic set supporting...

Tombstoner Rot, Stink and Rip

Staten Island's Tombstoner are back with a brand new record Rot Stink Rip serving up a feast of slightly groove-tinged, OSDM with a healthy...

Exhorder see nothing but failure

Back in 2019, Exhorder released Mourn the Southern Skies following a 27-year absence from the studio. Fast forward into the future and they’ve followed...
Whom Gods Destroy

Whom Gods Destroy deliver Insanium

It's another year and therefore another new band for Derek Sherinian. Following stints in Dream Theatre, Black Country Communion (with whom he’s releasing a...
The Beach Boys

The Beach Boys by The Beach Boys

The Beach Boys go well beyond being merely a group of musicians. It wouldn’t be inappropriate to describe them as a cultural, even maybe...
August Burns Red

August Burns Red set Manchester ablaze

Even outside of their reputation as the ultimate Christmas metal band, there aren't many bands with the same longevity as August Burns Red...
Leaves’ Eyes

Leaves’ Eyes enlighten Manchester with Myths of Fate

With days getting longer and trees blossoming again, Leaves’ Eyes anticipated the arrival of spring. Metalite were aiming to make a solid first impression on...