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...

Review: End of Salvation – Monolith of Leviathan

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From the off you know something ominous is about to happen and it isn’t long before it does... The anticipation breeds fear into your...

Review: Tigertailz – Blast!

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Ever since their 1990 album titled “Bezerk” the Glam-tastik Welsh band TIGERTAILZ have deteriorated faster than a loaf of crusty French bread eaten in...

Review: The Enid – Dust

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Progressive rock was ever the musical playground for both genius and lunatic, and frequently both cohabiting at the same time. The Enid have often...

Review: Ben Poole – Time Has Come

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'Square-jawed but vulnerable', implies the cover photo for Ben Poole’s new studio album Time Has Come. Well that’ll pull a much more attractive audience than...

Review: Stevie Nimmo – Sky Won’t Fall

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A wave of feedback gives way to a strident mid-paced Bad Company-styled statement of intent, then, as you listen a little deeper, you'll find...

Review: Sixx AM ‘Prayers For The Damned. Vol.1’

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The three rock ‘n roll musketeers, Nikki Sixx (bass), Dj Ashba (guitar), James Michael (lead vocals) known as Sixx AM, have released the first...

Review: Black Stone Cherry – Kentucky

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So here we are, with the eagerly anticipated new album Kentucky by Black Stone Cherry. Straight out the gate, this album promises to be heavier than...

Review: Dream Theater – The Astonishing

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The Astonishing is a two hour long concept album and is the brain child of guitarist John Petrucci, and its musical foundation is a...

Review: Killswitch Engage – Incarnate

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Killswitch Engage are back! And boy are we happy about that. Its been 3 years since Disarm The Descent and since we saw the...