Review: Downes Braide Association – Suburban Ghosts

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With Suburban Ghosts, a follow up to their original collaboration Pictures of You, Chris Braide and Geoff Downes have produced a song cycle of...

Original DIO members reunite as Last In Line – Heavy Crown

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When this band was first announced it sounded like an odd kind of cash-in, although Frontiers subsequently picking up the recording tab isn’t that...

Review: Sealclubber – Stoical

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From the name alone, this will not be everyone's cup of tea. Sealclubber are just like the name sounds, harsh and nasty, but if...

Review: Fables & Ideals – Fables & Ideals

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Fables & Ideals self-titled debut album has an old fashioned feel to it.  Drawing on inspirations like Neil Young and Tom Petty, it is...

Review: Danny Bryant – Blood Money

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Delivering an album almost annually, this is Danny Bryant’s third offering produced by Richard Hammerton, and will come out on Friday 29th January 2016...

Review: Eisregen – Marschmusik

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Marschmusik - Never wanting to compare bands but it isn’t possible here as Eisregen is translated as Ice Rain sound not dissimilar to Rammstein,...

Review: For Today – Wake

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"The band is now more gospel focused than we ever have been. We definitely sought to write lyrics on the new album that would...

Crucified Barbara produce 11 raucous tracks of high energy rock and roll!

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Making a pretty damned good noise on record since 2004, Crucified Barbara have been one of those bands whose singles I’ve always enjoyed hearing...

Saxon’s Battering Ram – The Best of British!

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Saxon are the best of British, the kings of metal with generations of fans everywhere. They've never changed from what they always have been,...

Review: The Winery Dogs – Hot Streak

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The Winery Dogs is the outcome of two powerhouses of musicians collaborating together between projects, all that was needed was a singer/guitarist to round...