CD review HAUNT ‘Beautiful Distraction’

Fresno, California is the homebase of Haunt, a band being the brainchild of Trevor William Church. Haunt is certainly belonging to the bands that is extremely productive. After having released a first EP called ‘Luminous Eyes’ in 2017, Church released with his powerhouse four longplayers with the fifth one being available since few days. ‘Beautiful... Continue Reading →

CD review FIREWING ‘Resurrection’

Firewing, not Gus G.’s Firewind, is a new metal band in town, hailing from the US. The quintet consists of Airton Araujo (v), Caio Kehyayan (g), Bruno Oliveira (g), Peter de Reyna (b) and Chris Dovas (d). With a passion for symphonic metal, the five guys penned 14 songs which found a spot on the... Continue Reading →

CD review VELVET VIPER ‘Cosmic Heaker’

After having unchained re-issues of the two Zed Yago classics 'From Over Yonder' and 'Pilgrimage', Velvet Viper release a new longplayer called 'Cosmic Healer'. It's the fifth album from Velvet Viper and it features ten songs plus an acoustic version of 'Götterdämmerung', originally from the 'The Pale Man is Holding a Broken Heart' album. Fans... Continue Reading →

CD review MARTY FRIEDMAN ‘Tokyo Jukebox 3’

In the second half of the glorious '80s, shredding was gaining momentum and brought some quite interesting bands and projects to surface. On of these shred guitarists was Marty Friedman, who, together with Jason Becker, was a driving force of Cacophony. After the duo disbanded, Friedman joined no less than thrash experts Megadeth and was... Continue Reading →

CD review FEANOR ‘Power of the Chosen One’

Their are quite interesting news that reach us from Argentinian power metal unit Feanor. The South American sword and steel warriors started in 1996 and premiered in 2005 with 'Invencible'. In a five years rhythm, two additional longplayers have been unleashed before an interesting turn started to happen. Sticking to the five years rhythm, the... Continue Reading →

CD review THE LIMIT ‘Caveman Logic’

The Limit is a collaboration from the veterans having a history in punk and doom. Members of The Stooges and Testors reflect the punk attitude while Bobby Liebling (Pentagram) adds the doom metal influences and with Dawnrider, also metal impacts the sound on 'Caveman Logic'. What sounds like a wild combination works out in reality... Continue Reading →

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