Sunday, March 3, 2024

Review: Khanus – Rites of Fire

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Exploring the boundaries of matter, spirit, consciousness and the universe with the metal of death as the instrument - since 2015! From the looks of...
Starbenders

Has Glam Rock risen from the dead? Starbenders have the answer.

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Hailing from somewhere deep within the time space continuum, or better known as Atlanta , USA, hauntingly fierce four piece Starbenders are taking the...

Review: Lonely The Brave – The Day’s War

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It’s been a pretty good year for those Cambridge boys. Gaining traction with genuinely positive press, supporting the likes of Bruce Springsteen and Deftones,...

Review: Equilibrium – Erdentempel

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Track-by-track With a thunderous mighty roar or pure power 'Erdentempel' – (Earth Temple) explodes into life with 'Ankunft', which literally means arrival. Now we know 'Erdentempel'...
Samarkind

Review: Samarkind – Debut Album

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Samarkind are a new band featuring frontman David P. Byrne (note the ‘P’; it’s not that one from Talking Heads) who, according to the...

Lantern – Below

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LANTERN was formed in summer 2007 by Cruciatus, in the eve of Cacodaemon's death. The line-up changes necessary for Cruciatus' work to proceed didn't...

Wounds ‘Die Young’ Album Review

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The guys over at In At The Deep End Records have been making a lot of noise about their latest signing Wounds recently and...

Review: Prawn – KingFisher

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Indie rockers Prawn formed in Ridgewood, New Jersey in the summer of 2007. The band has toured the United States, and self released two...
Kings-X

Kings X – Three Sides Of One

Kings X are one of those bands who appear to have been around forever, which is basically because they have, beginning their active life...
Sylosis

Sylosis deliver a Cycle Of Suffering

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Early next month dawns the arrival of two things. One of Britain’s’ leading metal bands will release their first album in nearly five years....