Review: Aghast – Something Else, Something Rotten

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Opening track ‘King Bitch’ is one good way of opening up an album - razor edged guitar riffs, a thunderous beat and raspy vocals. If you...
Demon - Cemetery Junction

Review: Demon – Cemetery Junction

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Demon Formed in 1979 - I remember that year so well being the year I left school and got my first job, so I...

Review: Echelon – Brimstone Aggrandizement

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Getting down to the nitty gritty of getting your ears around some classic death metal is always a good thing for me. Feeling the...

Review: Exist Immortal – Breathe

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Sometimes, the right band comes along at just the right time. I was listening to Textures when Exist Immortal’s latest offering appeared in my...

Review: Electric Six – Fresh Blood For Tired Vampyres

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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...

Review: King King – King King Live

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“Hey, hey – You came!” calls out Alan Nimmo in mock surprise amidst a whooping crowd as guitars tune up and drums bash down...

Review: Alter Bridge – The Last Hero

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Every few years, there is an album that is released, that is considered so near perfect it will go down in music history as...

Joe Bonamassa – Live At The Greek Theatre

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In ancient times kings established their hegemony by claiming that their divine right to rule came direct from their ancestors, the gods. By the...

Review: Kansas – The Prelude Implicit

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15 albums down the road, a tinkling piano over the Celtic heartbeat that is ‘With This Heart’  acts as overture to The Prelude Implicit,...

Review: Dillinger Escape Plan – Dissociation

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Dillinger Escape Plan are calling it a day. That news should signal a national day of mourning and yet to the mainstream; it will...