Review BAEST ‘Justitia’ – EP

Aarhus death metal band Baest worked on a new EP entitled ‘Justitia’. Nearly one year after having put ‘Necro Sapiens’ out on the market, the Danish riff grinders return with a six-track release that manifests the positioning of the band. During the last years, the quintet stays true to their passion for heavy riff and... Continue Reading →

Review DONNA CANNONE ‘Donna Cannone’

Donna Cannone is a band that is based on fun and joy when it comes to metal and hard rock.  The band is the brainchild of former Thundermother member Giorgia Cateri and Luca D’Andria. Both started in the rehearsal room playing some music, mainly for having a good time. To also provide a solid beat... Continue Reading →

Review DAMPF ‘The Arrival’

A couple of weeks ago the European Song Contest offered a stage for some illustrious acts. In a way ‘The Arrival’ from Dampf would have fit into this context and would have added some extra rock power to this in general boring event. I can’t tell you if the moniker of the project refers to... Continue Reading →

Review DEF LEPPARD ‘Diamond Star Halos’

‘Kick’ was the first single taken from Def Leppard’s new album ‘Diamond Star Halos’. The song is a powerful rock song that includes a lot of airplay potential. Rocking and melodic, that is how this appetizer can be described. Seven years after the UK rock veterans released the self-titled album. Their latest longplayer could connect... Continue Reading →

Review WUCAN ‘Heretic Tongues’

Dresden-based Wucan started back in 2011 and is the brainchild of Francis Tobolsky. The quartet premiered in 2015 with ‘Sow in the Wind’ and established a sound that brings Krautrock and the spirit of the '60s & ‘70s back to life. Five years after having launched ‘Reap the Storm’, Wucan returns with their third longplayer... Continue Reading →

Review REZET ‘New World Murder’ – EP

Rezet main man Ricky Wagner had some important decisions to make. The question if to continue with the band or not, after guitarist Heiko Musolf and bassist Bjarne Otto left Rezet, needed an answer. Wagner decided to continue with the band, found some new partners and crime and recorded an EP called ‘New World Murder’.... Continue Reading →

Review SIMON McBRIDE ‘The Fighter’

Simon McBride got quite some attention during the last weeks. It was end of March when Deep Purple guitarist Steve Morse announced a temporary hiatus from Deep Purple live shows. Morse remains a full member of the classic rock icons but will spend some time for taking care about his wife who is battling cancer.... Continue Reading →

Review SEPTICFLESH ‘Modern Primitive’

Septicflesh has a long track record and many records under their belt. The Greek metal outfit premiered in 1994 and established a symphonic version of death metal, allowing the quintet to enlarge their fanbase. With ‘Modern Primitive’ a new workpiece will see the light of day these days and five years after having let ‘Codex... Continue Reading →

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