Review SPIRITWORLD ‘Deathwestern’

Spiritworld is the brainchild of Stu Folsom. The singer and multi-instrumentalist first appeared in 2017 with a demo before the 7" called 'Viper Blood' was released. At that time the sound was still very country influenced while rock and punk elements positively impacted the sound. However, Folsom changed the musical direction and used a heavier... Continue Reading →

Review VINNIE MOORE ‘Double Exposure’

Vinnie Moore belongs to the generation of shred guitarists who characterized the second half of the 80s. Tony McAlpine, Marty Friedman and Jason Becker, just to mention a few, impressed with virtuosic guitar playing which also was present on Moore's albums like 'Mind's Eye' and 'Time Odyssey'. These days Vinnie Moore releases his new album... Continue Reading →

AIRBOURNE will come to Germany for four shows

Airbourne make the long journey from Australia to Europe to bring the rock'n'roll feeling back to life before Christmas.On this trip they will play five shows in Germany: 07.12.22 München, Tonhalle 10.12.22 Berlin, Columbiahalle12.12.22 Stuttgart, Porsche Arena14.12.22 Köln, Palladium15.12.22 Hamburg, Sporthalle With Blues Pills, Airbourne have an exciting special guest with them on the road, which... Continue Reading →

Review U.D.O. ‘The Legacy’

There is not much to say about Udo Dirkschneider. The singer with the raspy and distinctive voice has been one of the icons of German heavy metal for decades. Known as the voice of Accept, Dirkschneider has grown into an artist in his own right after parting ways with the band, and has come up... Continue Reading →

Review MYTHOSHERE ‘Pathological’

Mythosphere is a new band with familiar faces. Member of Bezzlefuzz, Fates Warning and Pale Divine have teamed up to make some music together. The result is an album that should be well received in epic metal communities. Mythosphere are Dana Ortt, Victor Arduini, Ron McGinnis and Darin McCloskey. The quartet combines traditional heavy metal... Continue Reading →

A day at the sea with UNDERTOW

Undertow have been one of the most respected bands in the German metal underground over the last 30 years. With great albums, the guys have rightly brought themselves into the limelight again and again, gaining a very solid fan base. Many of these fans are located in the north of Germany, a region where the... Continue Reading →

Review ELDER ‘Innate Passage’

Elder have their roots in Fairhaven, Massachusetts before a journey through different cities and countries began, which led the band to Berlin. The quartet began in 2006 and debuted with their first self-titled album in 2008. Over the years, the group has built up a loyal fan base that will surely enjoy the newest album.... Continue Reading →

Review ENEMY EYES ‘History’s Hand’

Johnny Gioeli is no stranger to gritty hard rock and powerful metal. The Brooklyn-based singer stepped into the spotlight in 1992 when he delivered an stunning debut album with Hardline. However, after a follow-up album to 'Double Eclipse' took ten years to complete, Gioeli turned his attention to new tasks and signed on with Germany's... Continue Reading →

Review THRESHOLD ‘Dividing Lines’

Since their foundation in 1988 and the debut album released in 1993, England's progressive metallers Threshold are a much respected player when it comes to sophisticated metal. Karl Groom and his bandmates always manage to impress with excellent albums and also the latest record, 'Diving Lines' is a treat for fans of ambitious metal. The... Continue Reading →

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