TRANSATLANTIC deliver the Absolute Universe across two discs

Few bands epitomise Freddie Mercury’s credo of Nothing succeeds like excess more than Transatlantic. A prog supergroup, their music is longer, more complex, and...

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...

A new French Style Pianocore E.P. from My Own Private Alaska

The spilling of drums helps jump-start your brain before thrusting you into a daunting journey of darkness, as the sense of foreshadow grows ever crueler in an apocalyptic waltz...
Here Lies Man

Gloomy-doomy AfroRock from HERE LIES MAN Ritual Divination

A wondrous portmanteau of cadence, pulse and euphony. Gloomy-doomy, dancy-funky and trippy-drifty —

Michael Schenker – Immortal

The guitar force of nature, otherwise known as Michael Schenker, is one of the most mercurial players on the rock scene. His playing has...

EDENBRIDGE – The Chronicles of Eden, pt2

Edenbridge are an Austrian symphonic metal band who through the years of their existence, have been bracketed into the same category as bands like...

The XCERTS – So No One Told You Life Was Going To Be This...

Lockdown gave us all a new meaning to life while giving Scottish rockers The XCERTS a new meaning to well-known songs. They looked at the...

Tantivy have ‘Eyes In the Night’

Tantivy (it's interesting that the name is from a 17th century hunting cry, and also means a rapid gallop) have released their debut EP...
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...

Filled with wen and mistletoe: Legado de una Tragedia — Britania

Exuberant orchestral lamentations... sumptuous and ethereal