Review: Kamelot – Haven

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As you listen to Haven, there is more than one occasion where you could be forgiven for imagining lead singer Tommy Karevik stood in a...

Review: Michael Schenker’s Temple of Rock – Spirit On A Mission

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Michael Schenker’s Temple of Rock are shaping up into the kind of tight, hot combo MSG never quite were.  We can argue how much...

Review: Dan Patlansky – Dear Silence Thieves

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2015 is shaping up to be a big year for Dan Patlansky. Ever heard of him? 64,000 people saw him live at a stadium...

Review: Deadspace – A Promise of Oblivion

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Slithering from the oft-neglected Australian metal underground comes Deadspace’s debut album. This independently released depressive black metal record was conceived as an outlet for...

Review: Unleashed – Dawn of the Nine

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Unleashed are among the earliest founders of the Swedish death metal scene, alongside classic acts such as Entombed and Dismember. Dawn of the Nine...

Review: Perdition – Perdition Deluxe

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Perdition 'Perdition Deluxe' was released via Imminence Records, May 2015. From the bleak shores of Lake Erie, comes Perdition, bringing a wall of sonic...

Review: Wicked Inquisition – Wicked Inquisition

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Wicked Inquisition are a doom metal band based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Formed in 2008 by Nate Towle, the band has found a common middle-ground...

Review: Revolution Saints – Revolution Saints

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Maybe it was because I’d been reading too many detective novels, but there was something that didn’t feel quite right about the revelation of...

Review: Melechesh – Enki

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And breathe... After many years of listening and loving music, you know the moment that you have heard something truly special. It has been a...

Review: Ian Siegal – One Night In Amsterdam

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Ian Siegal came out with the solo acoustic Man & Guitar in 2014, whereas this year’s live release One Night In Amsterdam, finds him backed by...