CD review MOLASSESS ‘Through the Hollow’

One thing right away, Molassess isn't The Devil's Blood 2.0 although involved musicians could lead to a different conclusion. Farida Lemouchi, Ron van Herpen and Oeds Beydals have been all part of The Devil's Blood and searching for comparisons between the bands could be natural thing. However, already the concert at Roadburn 2019 showed the... Continue Reading →

L.A. GUNS announce a brand new album

'Renegades' is the tile of the next L.A. Guns album. Release date is November 13th and the album comes via Golden Robot Records. The title track 'Renegades' is already available as single and the entire 10 songs comprising tracklist looks like this: Don't Wanna KnowRenegadesWould All That You AreWitchcraftYou Can't Walk AwayLost BoysWell Oiled MachineWhy Ask... Continue Reading →

CD review COREY TAYLOR ‘CMFT’

Slipknot frontman, Stone Sour founding member and numerous guest appearances, that's all Corey Taylor. What's missing so far is a Corey Taylor solo album and from Friday on the gap will be closed. October 2nd is the release date of 'CMFT', Taylor's solo debut that features thirteen songs. 'Black Eyes Blue' and 'CMFT Must Be... Continue Reading →

GAUPA, exciting music from Sweden

The other day an album crossed my path that might has been a bit under-represented this year. The moniker of the band is Gaupa and the guys are from Sweden, from Falun to be precise. Gaupa is a quintet, consisting of Erik Jerka-Sävstroem (b), Jimmy Hurtig (d), Danial Nygren (g), David Rosberg (g) and Emma... Continue Reading →

CD review WHITE DOG ‘White Dog’

In a world of high-tech and digital gimmicks an album like ‘White Dog’ sound refreshing. ‘White Dog’ is not only the title of this release, it’s also the band name. The quintet calls Austin, Texas their home and their musical imprint is back deeply in the sounds of the ‘70s. White Dog play an exciting... Continue Reading →

CD review ACE FREHLEY ‘Origins Vol.2’

Ace Frehley went for a second time through his musical treasure-box and unveiled eleven songs that influenced and/or inspired him. Four years after having launched 'Origins', it's 'Origins Vol.2' being a continuation of what started in 2016. He certainly could even don a Vol.3, but let's not get much ahead of things. The lead-off spot... Continue Reading →

OPETH announce ‘Evolution XXX by request’

Opeth announce tour dates of some special shows for October 2021. Being three decades in business, following their musical vision, Mikael Åkerfeldt and band will play 8 exclusive shows, fans can vote, which songs they would like to hear from the band's long career. The voting will start on Monday, September 7th at Opeth.com. Åkerfeldt comments:... Continue Reading →

CD review DEAD LORD ‘Surrender’

Dead Lord had to go through some changes and challenges since having released with 'In Ignorance We Trust' their acclaimed third longplayer. The fact that guitarist Olle Hedenström parted ways with the band led to some line-up adjustments with Martin Nordin taking over the guitar while the band added with Ryan Kemp a new bassist... Continue Reading →

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