Bury Tomorrow

Bury Tomorrow lay out a feast on Cannibal

Bury Tomorrow have a special little place in my heart, having seen them play my hometown in their very early days and having the...
Tokyo Blade

Tokyo Blade back with a Dark Revolution

Yes, the stalwarts of NWOBHM are back and ready to show why they should have been up there with those other bands that moved...
LONELY ROBOT

LONELY ROBOT – Feelings Are Good

Lonely Robot is a crossover prog-rock solo project from the mighty John Mitchell, whose contribution to the genre down the years cannot be understated....

Magnum rummage in the archive with Dance of the Black Tattoo

Three years after releasing “Valley of Tears,” a compilation album focussing on their quieter, softer side, Magnum have come up with Dance of the...

Vestindien offer unique and spirited take on Norweigan Black Metal

What have we here? Appropriately entitled NULL, which translates to ZERO in English, Norway’s Vestindien have conjured a dark and brooding black metal record...
Heavy Feather

Heavy Feather float a ‘Mountain of Sugar’

Heavy Feather’s first album Débris & Rubble (2019) was featured in RAMzine issue 22, when I said “they show how to take influences like...
Steve Hackett

Steve Hackett – Under a Mediterranean Sky

Steve Hackett has had a spectacularly successful career, both as a member of Genesis and as a solo artist, plus also as a result of...

The Flower Kings stick it to 2020 with new album, Islands

Since the release of Desolation Rose back in 2013, it was widely believed that with main man and guitarist Roine Stolt busy playing with...

Lunatic Soul continue their odyssey, Through Shaded Woods

Whenever someone in a successful band makes a solo record, fans tend to wonder whether that person’s tenure in the band is now the...

Gravehuffer keep kicking ass on new record, NecroEclosion

I've not long discovered the crust-laden, sludge-fueled doom machine that is Gravehuffer but I'm glad I did as they have a new release on...