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 BENTREES ‘Two of Swords’

'Two of Swords' is the second album of Bentress from sunny Sardinia. In an environment that is familiar to many from vacations, Bentrees have dedicated themselves to roaring stoner rock, which can also come up with some 70s rock elements. There is also a slightly psychedelic vibe which makes 'Two of Swords' an interesting album.... Continue Reading →

Stoner rock powerhouse ATOLAH is back

Atolah, hailing from Australia, formed in 2007 and released two EPs between 2009 and 2012. In April 2013 the trio things slowed down dramatically, and the band went on a hiatus that lasted until this year. Atolah regrouped and reissues the mentioned two EPs under the banner of ‘Post, Cross and Yoke’. For the first... Continue Reading →

Review TRANSPORT LEAGUE ‘Kaiserschnitt’

Swedish heavy rockers Transport League have their new album ready to go. The longplayer is entitled ‘Kaiserschnitt’ and if it took some doing, we don’t know. A sure thing though is the fact that recording an album these days isn’t an easy undertaking and it needs an extra effort to make such a longplayer happen.... Continue Reading →

THE COLD STAR announced ‘Heavy Shoes’

The Cold Stars is a duo, hailing from Indiana, US. The guys announced their new album ‘Heavy Shoes’ which will be in the record stores on August 13th. The record will come via Mascot Records and features blues-laden songs like the great ‘Prosecution Blues’. The album title already indicates that ‘Heavy Shoes’ isn’t a light-hearted... 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 →

CD review 1000MODS ‘Youth of Dissent’

You must have some qualities connected to your music if a guy like Matt Bayles (Masterdon, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam) takes care of the production of one of your albums. Greek 1000mods have this musical excellence and they reveal with 'Youth of Dissent' a new proof of work after a 4 years waiting period. 1000mods started... Continue Reading →

CD review FREEWAYS 'True Bearings'

Freeways, hailing from Ontario, Canada, have a new album in the starting blocks. 'True Bearings' is the title of their newest delivery, a seven songs comprising record acting as a full-length debut for the band. The first time I heard of the band was while listening to the 'Trapped Under Ice Vol.1'-compilation, featuring many (in... Continue Reading →

CD review MOTORJESUS ‘Live Resurrection’

Motorjesus started in 2006 and is one of the most popular representatives of Heavy Rock hailing from Germany. The guys from Mönchengladbach premiered in 2004 with 'Dirty Pounding Gasoline' and their tank didn't get empty so far. Four additional longplayers followed the debut before the time felt right for a live album. So let's start... Continue Reading →

CD review BOMBUS ‘Vulture Culture’

Ten years after having released their first single, Swedish Bombus unveil their next longplayer, which is already the fourth one for the guys from Gothenburg. 'Vulture Culture' is the title of this full-length release, an album that comprises of nine songs. Bombus doesn't seem solely add records to their discography, it's also that the guys... Continue Reading →

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