CD review CRYSTAL BALL ‘2020’

(*/10) Usually Swiss clocks are appreciated for their preciseness. Having a glimpse on the title of the upcoming Crystal Ball album could give the impression of the Swiss guys being ahead of things, releasing a album entitled '2020' in 2019. A deep-dive into the meaning of the '2020' brings the true meaning to surface. Crystal... Continue Reading →

CD review BLACK INCOME ‘unSOUND’

(7/10) Danish rocker Black Income released a critically acclaimed debut album entitled ‘Noise Pollution’ back in 2016 and with having the album in the shelves the guys played a bigger amount of live shows, opening for acts like Bullet and Tigers Of Pan Tang. One year after having released the debut it was bass player... Continue Reading →

CD review THE OFFERING ‘HOME’

(8/10) The Offering is a fairly new player in the fields of Metal. The band, hailing from Boston, MA, started in 2015 and consists out of Steve Finn (d), Nishad George (g), Alex Richichi (v) and Spencer Metela (b), the latter joining the band last year. The Offering has so far an EP in the... Continue Reading →

CD review WORMWOOD ‘Nattarvet’

(9/10) Wormwood is an outfit that started in 2014 as a Black'n'Roll band. The guys premiered in 2015 and became a big thing in the Sweidsh underground scene. 'Ghostlands: Wounds From a Bleeding Earth' was album number two and it's 24 months later that 'Nattarvet' starts to unveil its dark beauty. What differentiates Wormwood from... Continue Reading →

MOTÖRHEAD box set announced

After several years of planning, Motörhead and BMG are pleased to announce the launch of an exciting, extensive and detailed ultra-fan-friendly release program that will feature the band's career in the 70's, 80's, 90's, 80's and 90's and beyond! The start will be the "Motörhead '79" campaign and the 40th anniversary will start with the... Continue Reading →

CD review MARTYR ‘Live in Japan’

(*/10) Martyr truly belongs to the pioneers when it comes to Dutch Heavy Metal. The band started in 1982, a time when Heavy Metal gained momentum and it was two albums the guys could add to the books. Matyr premiered with ‘For the Universe’ in 1985 and it was one year later that ‘Darkness at... Continue Reading →

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