CD review AXXIS ‘Best of EMI Years’

(*/10) Without any doubts Axxis to the spearhead of Melodic Metal hailing from Germany. The band that celebrates its 30th anniversary was recently on tour with a setlist that was build on the first four Axxis albums and the birthday party's going on. 'Best of EMI years' is a new compilation of Axxis featuring songs... Continue Reading →

CD review NILE ‘Vile Nilotic Rites’

(8/10) The Egyptologists of Death Metal are back with their new longplayer. Four years after 'What Should Not be Unearthed' it is the new longplayer 'Vile Nilotic Rites' that opens a next chapter of Death Metal from Nile. Main man Karl Sanders doesn't look back and the past is what happened. The view is towards... Continue Reading →

CD review ESKIMO CALLBOY ‘Rehab’

(5/10) Eskimo Callboy release albums that enter the charts, they found their niche and the regularly embark on successful tours. All fine and dandy. Looking into the melodic aspect of their music it is almost self-explainable that the guys reach a wider audience. Their music is easy to digest and sticks right away, with lyrics... Continue Reading →

CD review CANNABIS CORPSE ‘Nug So Vile’

(8/10) Cannabis Corpse, that's the brainchild of the Hall brothers. Phil Hall, known from Municipal Waste and Iron Reagan, together with his brother Josh started the 'smoke-filled' powerhouse in 2006 in Richmond, VA. The guys premiered the same year and the debut received more positive attention than maybe expected. 13 years further down the road... Continue Reading →

CD review LAURA COX ‘Burning Bright’

(9/10) Fans of very well-done Hard Rock music shouldn't miss this album. French Laura Cox is the deliverer of an album that, just by listening to it, wouldn't me connected with France. Influenced by bands like ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynryd and AC/DC the French singer and guitarist recorded a longplayer that is a pure treat... Continue Reading →

CD review MAMMOTH MAMMOTH ‘Kreuzung’

(8/10) Mammoth Mammoth is back with a new album. 'Kreuzung' (German for 'crossroads') is the title of a record that comes with a lot of firepower. Rock music needs to be loud, rebellious and wild. Mammoth Mammoth has all of it in their Rock'n'roll DNA. As with their earlier releases the guys shine with 'Kreuzung'... Continue Reading →

CD review TERMINUS ‘A Single Point of Light’

(8/10) Terminus is the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist David Gillespie. It’s mainly him, together his musical partner in crime, singer James Beattie who created the sophomore Terminus album. The longplayer named ‘A Single Point of Light’, featuring seven songs, all rooted in traditional Heavy Metal and Epic Metal. Four years after the debut has been revealed... Continue Reading →

CD review SARKE ‘Gastwerso’

(8/10) Thomas ‘Sarke’ Bergli decided back in 2008 to make a first solo album. The debut ‘Vorunah’ was crawling out of the Norwegian forests in 2009 with four longplayers following the path of the debut. Two years after ‘Viige Urh’ pushed some clouds in front of the sun the next strike is in the starting... Continue Reading →

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