Monday, July 4, 2022
Lonely Robot

John Mitchell releases Under Stars by Lonely Robot

Lonely Robot are a crossover solo prog project from the mighty John Mitchell, a man who’s almost a tour de force and a one-man army...

Review: Electric Six – Fresh Blood For Tired Vampyres

SEX! DISCO! GORE! MORE SEX! GUITAR SOLOS! NEAR-EXTRATERRESTRIAL KEYBOARDS! That’s right ladies and gents, the only band to convincingly replicate the sound of a LSD-fuelled-disco-rock-orgy...
Raibard enter the Dark Realm Of The Daylight

Raibard enter the Dark Realm Of The Daylight

Based in Boston (USA), Raibard combine the talents of Daniel Gil on guitar and vocals, Greg Dallaris on bass and Phil Mackay on...

Review: Khanus – Rites of Fire

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

Bob Kulick – Skeletons In The Closet

Having spent 50 years in the music business, playing with the likes of Kiss, Meat Loaf, Lou Reed and W.A.S.P; Bob Kulick remains an...
City of Thieves

City of Thieves deliver Beast Reality

For a band sharing a name with a novel about the search for a dozen eggs in war torn Leningrad (strange but true), this...

Fallen Fate – Into the Black

Formed way back in 2005 and from Darlington this quartet have remained steadfast and now produced another sizzling creation of fast blinding metal. Playing...
Face The Chronos - Advent

Review: Face The Chronos – Advent

Face The Chronos, the Russian progressive metalcore band from Moscow, have released their debut album Advent. Let’s delve into this review. For a debut album,...
Altar of Betelgeuze - Among the Ruins

Review: Altar of Betelgeuze – Among the Ruins

Now this fuzz orientated riff is what stoner metal is about – it shows a hearty pull of sonic cosmic infectiousness, that pleasures the...