CD review MONOLORD ‘No Comfort’

(8/10) Hurry and haste are words that don't exist in Monolord's word pool. The trio, hailing from Swedens Westcoast are celebrating Doom Metal with an essence of Stoner Rock. Monolord, that's three guys from Gothenburg with a common dedication for slo-mo Metal with an enormous riff power. Three albums have been released already before 'No... Continue Reading →

CD review LIV SIN ‘Burning Sermons’

(8/10) Liv Sin rose from the ashes of Sister Sin. Singer Liv Jagrell started the new powerhouse in 2016, a few months after the Sister Sin was carried to its grave. Jagrell and her new band premiered in 2017 with 'Follow Me' and it's up to the sophomore release 'Burning Sermons' being the exciting chapter.... Continue Reading →

PHIL CAMPBELL AND THE BASTARD SONS tour dates 2019

Phil Campbell and The Bastard Sons will be on road during the coming month and here are the dates: PHIL CAMPBELL AND THE BASTARD SONS live dates: 23.08.            B          Liège - Golden Age Rock Festival24.08.            UK      Newark - Stonedeaf Festival31.08.            UK      Durham - Stormin The Castle !!!NEW!!!07.09.            AT      Wels - Trabrennbahn BÖHSE ONKELZ Open Air !!!NEW!!!13.09.            D         Altenbergen - Rock N Revel14.09.            D         Bochum - Rockpalast !!!NEW!!!15.09.            F          Raismes... Continue Reading →

CD review FREEDOM CALL ‘M.E.T.A.L.’

(7/10) German Melodic Metal experts did and do something right, since two decades in business speaks for solid fan base and a lot of passion. Mainman Chris Bay debuted with his band in 1999 and since then eight additional longplayers followed. The newest longplayer comes with a promising title. 'M.E.T.A.L.' that's what the album is... Continue Reading →

CD review IVORY TOWER ‘Stronger’

(7/10) Ivory Tower, that's Progressive Metal hailing from Kiel, Germany. The quintet released four albums to date with 'IV' being the latest one. Eight years later and after having been gone through line-up changes the guys from Schleswig Holstein puts more wood on the metallic fire with longplayer number five. Frank Fasold (key) is the... Continue Reading →

CD review SACRED REICH ‘Awakening’

(9/10) 23 years after having released with 'Heal' their so far latest album and after having played quite an amount of live shows over the last years, Sacred Reich is back with a whole new studio release. 'Awakening' is just their fifth album, it has to compete with genre defining longplayer such as 'Ignorance' and... Continue Reading →

MICHAEL SWEET (STRYPER) announced new solo album

Stryper frontman Michael Sweet announced a new album, which is scheduled for October 11th. The longplayer comes through Rat Pak Records and prominent contributors that added some riff power to 'Ten'. Tracklist: Better Part of Me (featuring Jeff Loomis of Arch Enemy)Lay It Down (featuring Marzi Montazeri) Forget, Forgive (featuring Howie Simon)Now Or Never (featuring Gus... Continue Reading →

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