Review MOLYBARON ‘The Mutiny’

The first time I heard songs from Molybaron was when the band opened for A Pale Horse Named Death. Even though their music didn’t fit exactly to the dark metal of APHND, the band still could win over some fans with their passionate show at the Baroeg in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. That was almost to... Continue Reading →

Review MASTODON ‘Hushed and Grim’

When Mastodon released with ‘Remission’ their debut via Relapse Records, some first attention arose and it was the Leviathan’ longplayer that paved the way for the quartet from Atlanta, Georgia. Mastodon had always a progressive component embedded in their sound. That goes for the wild and sludge oriented early days and it became more dominant... Continue Reading →

New TREMONTI album in September

Mark Tremonti just announced his fifth studio solo album. 'Marching in Time' is the title of this new longplayer and release date will be September 24th this year. 'Marching in Time' will come via Napalm Records and carries twelve new songs of the iconic guitarist. Curious about the track listing? here it is: A World... Continue Reading →

Review THE CEO ‘Redemption’

A CEO is defined as Chief Executive Officer and the definition is now enlarged with The CEO also being a metal band, hailing from the US. The Georgia-based powerhouse features with Vince Hornsby the bassist from Sevendust, who together with his bandmates Chase Brown, Beau Anderson and Joseph Herman stands for The CEO and band... Continue Reading →

CD review MASTODON ‘Medium Rarities’

While fans still have to wait a bit before welcoming the anticipated eighth Mastodon album, the band belts-out an in-between release. 'Medium Rarities' bridges the wait but is also celebrates 20 years of Mastodon. 'Medium Rarities' features a sixteen songs comprising tracklist that includes a new song too, being the highlight that leads off the... Continue Reading →

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