Review LYNX ‘Watcher of Skies’

Lynx, in this case we are talking about the German heavy rockers and not the Swedish metal band that released an album in the ‘80s. ‘Watcher of Skies’ is Lynx’s full-length debut and comes with a tracklist that features ten rock songs, inspired by the sound of the ‘70s and ‘80’s. Bands like Blue Öyster... Continue Reading →

Review SAINTED SINNERS ‘Taste It’

Sainted Sinners that’s a German band, drive by guitarist Frank Pané. The band added so far three albums to the books of which the latest one, ‘Unlocked & Reloaded’, could be seen as a real attention-bringer. The new album ‘Taste It’ is the next chapter Sainted Sinners open, an eleven songs featuring longplayer that presents... Continue Reading →

Review CHEROKEE ‘Blood & Gold’

Besides the Indian tribe, one of the first thoughts that come to mind when reading ‘Cherokee’ is the Europe song from ‘The Final Countdown’. A German band gives the name an additional meaning since Cherokee is the moniker of a quintet, hailing from Cologne, Germany. The five-piece band was founded in 2014 and after having... Continue Reading →

Review LUCIFER ‘Lucifer IV’

The first time that my attention was directed towards Lucifer was when the band opened for Paradise Lost. That was back in 2015 and I had the chance to witness the band performing live in Utrecht, The Netherlands. A lot happened since then. At the time, the driving forces behind Lucifer was Johanna Sadonis, one... Continue Reading →

Review WAYWARD SONS ‘Even Up the Score’

Colorful artwork comes with each of the Wayward Sons releases since the band premiered in 2017 with ‘Ghosts of Yet to Come’. These covers were not only colorful but also creepy in way. What also strings the releases together is the numbered series called ‘Dedwood Tales’  with the third episode being supposed to be delivered... Continue Reading →

WHITESNAKE and ‚Restless Heart‘

‚Restless Heart‘ is the title of an album that was originally planned a s being the third solo album of the legendary Whitesnake singer David Coverdale. After some label interventions the records has been released under the banner of David Coverdale & Whitesnake. The album became a success in countries like Germany and the UK,... Continue Reading →

Review HEAVEN & EARTH ‘V’

It was back in 2017 when Heaven & Earth’s latest longplayer ‘Hard to Kill’ hit the shelves. After four years, Stuart Smith and bandmates return with a new longplayer, simply entitled ‘V’. The new album also marks the return of the band to Frontiers Music who already released the debut in 2000. The fifth Heaven... Continue Reading →

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