Sunday, January 16, 2022
LOVELORN DOLLS — Darker Ages

Lovelorn Dolls – Darker Ages | Album Review

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The Lovelorn Dolls are a Belgian Gothic rock group with a feminine facade, founded by the guitarist Bernard Daubresse aka Corpus Christi and the...
Electric Guitars

Electric Guitars mount up and Freewheeler is the result

Naming your band after an essential constituent may seem obvious but Electric Guitars, a Danish band with three albums already under their belt, just...
Haken’s ‘Visions’

Review: Haken – Visions (re-release 2017)

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Progressive metal band Haken have re-released their second album, Visions, after working alongside Jens Bogren to reinvigorate and raise the standard up to the...

Little Albert Is A Swamp King

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Take the Italian Doom band Messa, a four-piece influenced by equally doomy bands such as Pentagram or Bathory. Then, extract the superbly named lead...

Review: Bombus – Repeat Until Death

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Bombus are a band that went under the radar for me until December, when I was off to London to witness the glory of Clutch,...

Review: As it is – Never Happy, Ever After

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Since 2012 this Brighton based 5 Piece have been making a name from themselves. Fronted and driven by the charismatic Minneapolis-born Patty Walters, a...

Steve Hill – Solo Recordings Volume 3

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One man band Steve Hill hails from Canada, but you may have caught him supporting Wishbone Ash’s Martin Turner late last year. If you...

Review: Otep – Kult 45

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Like a bat call to Batman, the disasters of 2018 are used to signal political warrior Otep Shamaya. Metal band Otep could not have...
Blackthrone

Blackthorne pass into the Afterlife

Blackthorne were a short-lived US-based, hard rock project, featuring top rock vocalist Graham Bonnet (Rainbow, Michael Schenker Group and Alcatrazz) plus several other musicians...

King King – Maverick

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A maverick is usually defined as someone who goes against the flow of mainstream herd mentality. It derives from those unbranded cattle cowboys believed...