New SOTO album in May

After having inked a deal with Inside Out Music Soto announced a new album. ‘Origami’ is the title of the new release, an album that features ten songs. Release date will be May 24th, 2019. Jeff Scott Soto states: “This is a song co-written with a long time collaborator of mine in Brazil, Leo Mancini,... Continue Reading →

CD review THE MUTE GODS ‘Atheists & Believers’

(8/10) The Mute Gods is a team of well-respected musicians in the field of progressive rock music. Nick Beggs (Steven Wilson, Steve Hackett), Roger King (Steve Hackett) and Marco Minnemann (The Aristocrats, The Sea Within) are the heart of the band that releases with ‘Atheistis and Believers’ their third album. The new longplayer also features... Continue Reading →

CD review WITHERFALL ‘Vintage’ – EP

(8/10) Right before embarking on an acoustic tour with Finnish metallers Sonata Arctica, Witherfall unleashes a new EP entitled ‘Vintage’. Witherfall is the brainchild of the creative duo featuring Joseph Michael and Jake Dreyer. The first one’s known from Sanctuary while the latter is a part of Iced Earth. The two guys added Anthony Crawford,... Continue Reading →

DARKTHRONE’s new album is on the way

Three years after having released the sinister 'Artic Thunder' album Norwegian metal veterans Darkthrone announced a new longplayer. 'Old Star' will be released on May 31st through Peaceville and brings some darkness to the starting summer time. Fenriz states: "Old star – again we are here with THE RIFFS! A while after our previous ARCTIC... Continue Reading →

AMON AMARTH reveals first details of the upcoming album

Metal vikings Amon Amarth will release their next album 'Berserker' on May 3rd through Sony Music. The album will feature twelve new songs and this is the track listing: Fafner's GoldCrack the SkyMjölner, Hammer of ThorShield WallValkyriaRaven's FlightIronsideThe Berserker at Stamford BridgeWhen Once Again We Can Set Our SailsSkoll and HatiWings of EaglesInto the Dark... Continue Reading →

CD review MEGADETH ‘Warheads on Foreheads’

(*/10) The moment Dave Mustaine and Metallica partedways not that many metalheads could predict a such successful career of the guitarist. I guess almost no one would have said that Mustaine will start an own band that’s still around after more then three decades.  Mustaine, together with Dave Ellefson, Greg Handevist and Dijon Carruthers, represented the... Continue Reading →

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