CD review HAWK EYES ‘Advice’

(7/10) With hawk eyes the UK-based quartet observes the world and everything that going on these days. But let's take it step by step. Hawk Eyes started in 2004 and release three longplayers since then. An informal hiatus caused some radio-silence during the last years but now they are back with their next longplayer. Record... Continue Reading →

Title track of TOOL’s new album revealed

‘Fear Inoculum’ is the title of the fifth Tool album. Release date is on August 30th. The 85 minutes long epos was produced by Tool themselves and it was Joe Barresi supporting with engineering and mix. The title track has been unveiled and can be watched on YouTube. Stay tuned for more.

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 TORCHE ‘Admission’

(8/10) Florida-based Torche will unveil their new album ‘Admission’ early July this year. It will be the second record via Relapse Records and longplayer number five in general. Since the band premiered in 2005 with ‘Torche’ it's almost a mission impossible to add a specific genre to Torche’s sound. To many musical preferences of involved... Continue Reading →

CD review EMILS BULLS ‘Mixtape’

(7/10) In times of Spotify, Deezer and others mixtapes lost it's fascination or better, were replaced by anonymous playlists. Actually you don't even get tapes anymore the way it was in the 80's when cassettes were the only way to capture music yourself. Mixtapes featured the essence of music you liked and/or were a cheap... Continue Reading →

CD review PORT NOIR ‘The New Routine’

(8/10) The first time I heard of Port Noir was three years ago when the guys released with 'A New Way the Wind Carries' their cool sophomore longplayer. The next step for me was seeing them live while supporting Pain Of Salvation on their 2017 tour, which brought the band to Leiden. Having played an... Continue Reading →

CD review NAVARONE ‘Salvo’

(8/10) Navarone is a rock band that’s very well known in their home country, which is The Netherlands. The guys sell-out even the bigger venues in Holland and they now get the chance to open for Bon Jovi at the open air show in Nijmegen. Such an opportunity is a very welcome one since it... Continue Reading →

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