Review HELLRYDER ‘The Devil is a Gambler’

As everybody know, Chris Boltendahl and Axel Ritt are the driving forces behind legendary Grave Digger. Next to ‘mothership’, the veterans had the idea of starting a project that puts the origin of metal to forefront, or how they call it “Dirty Kick Ass Heavy Metal”. Having such an idea is one thing and finding... Continue Reading →

Review FROST* ‘Day and Age’

Progressive rock outfit Frost* finished work on their newest release 'Day and Age', an album that in the meantime arrived at the record stores. 'Day and Age' is the forth longplayer, Jem Godfrey and bandmates release over the span of 15 years. The outfit is the brainchild of the keyboarder and singer, that started the... Continue Reading →

Review METAL MASSACRE ‘XV’

In a time when everybody can create an own list of songs in streaming portals, when YouTube became an important source for promotion of bands and Bandcamp providing a platform for new and established bands, a compilation like Metal Massacre Vol XV feels a bit antiquated. But it is exactly this old-school spirit that makes... Continue Reading →

Review HANGING GARDEN ‘Skeleton Lake’

Hanging Garden started to grow since 2004. The Finnish band unchained the debut album ‘Inherit the Eden’ in 2007 and since then spreads the bittersweet temptation of melancholy. After having built a solid discography during all the years it is the new album ‘Skeleton Lake’ that’s waiting in the starting blocks. Hanging Garden has a... Continue Reading →

Review HERMAN FRANK ‘Two For a Lie’

Herman Frank is one of the veterans when it comes to heavy metal from Germany. It was in the early eighties when the guitarist from Hannover became the forerunner of a genre that just started to gain momentum. Enriching the sound of Accept and Victory with his guitar play made Herman to an important person... Continue Reading →

Review ZOMBI ‘Liquid Crystal’

The fact that Zombi's music reminds of a movie soundtrack doesn't appear out of nowhere. Zombi is very inspired by Italian progressive rock band Goblin that delivered numerous soundtracks with impact. Zombi, that's a duo of passionate musicians, hailing from Pittsburgh: Steve Moore and Anthony Paterra. The band premiered with the 'Cosmos' album back in... Continue Reading →

Review VULTURE ‘Dealin’ Death’

In a time, when many things are uncertain, one thing is certain: high-energy metal machine Vulture unleash a next album that reflects power and an uncompromising approach to metal, a blast you shouldn't miss. The pandemic didn't slow down anything at the Vulture camp when it comes the band's relentless interpretation of furious heavy metal.... Continue Reading →

Review POP EVIL ‘Versatile’

Pop Evil have already their sixth album at the start. Four songs of the new longplayer have already been released as appetizers and now it's time to serve the main course. 'Versatile' is the title of the new album, and what is represented by the record reflects a certain level of versatility. The beginning of... Continue Reading →

Review SEVENTH CRYSTAL ‘Delirium’

Seventh Crystal was originally planned as a solo project, driven by Kristian Fyhr, known from Perpetual Etude. Rather early in the songwriting process, Fyhr realized that a band approach would fit the songs much better, also with the consequence for him do focus on the role as a singer only. That Sweden has quite some... Continue Reading →

MOTÖRIZER announce an EP

One of the best Motörhead cover bands, Motörizer from Kiel, Germany, has a constantly growing fanbase for which the yearly 'Lemmyversary'-show at Markthalle Hamburg is the highlight and a welcome distraction between Christmas and New Year. Every year, on December 28th, Motörizer plays a concert at the iconic venue to play some of the legendary... Continue Reading →

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