Zeal & Ardor is the brainchild of American-Swiss musician Manuel Gagneux. He started Zeal & Ardor in 2013 in Basel, Switzerland and it is the combination of two totally different genres that made the project to an exciting newcomer in 2016, the year, when Zeal &Ardor unleashed the debut album ‘Devil is Fine’. Gagneux blends... Continue Reading →
Genghis Tron is a band that was founded in 2004 in New York. The four-piece outfit is an experimental metal band where the metal aspect was very strong in the beginning and it’s the experimental component that gains momentum these days. The quartet premiered in 2006 with an album called ‘Dead Mountain Mouth’ which includes... Continue Reading →
White Void and their music are not easy to characterize, as they combine a whole range of different styles and influences into a melange that gradually grows in expression and enthusiasm. But let's take it one step at a time. White Void is the brainchild of Lars Are Nedland, a longtime member of Borknagar and... Continue Reading →
With all the different influences Olsson succeeds in presenting a homogeneous Rock album by creating her own distinctive style. 'Mercy Machine' contains music that comes right from the heart and has a strong emotional component. You get the impression that every note on this album reflects the feeling of the very moment and that's what gives this album its dark charm and authenticity.
Covid-19 and the taken measures have a big impact on everybody individually, but have also an impact on the music business. Enough of a reason to reach out to club, bands,… in the greater Hamburg area to see what the situation is and how everybody can stand together to go though this. Today we continue with Plattenkiste and Christian Kind, describing the situation there.
(*/10) There were two industrial metal bands in the early ‘90s that went on endless rotation on my record player. One band was Ministry and their genre defining ‘Psalm 69’album and the other one was a band from Switzerland that challenged the frames of rock and metal – The Young Gods. Their 1992 release ‘T.V.... Continue Reading →
(8/10) It’s not the first time that Shit The Cow appears on MHMB. The Swedish rockers release new EP’s on a very regular base, 12” that mainly features 4-6 songs. A full-length debut, entitled ‘Cavelord’, was added to STC’s discography in 2017 and it was sharp before Christmas when a next EP was revealed. ‘When... Continue Reading →
(7/10) American rock outfit Nothing was formed in 2010 and it was a self-released EP that brought them a contract with relapse Records. To date the band released two longplayers via the label and it’s ‘Dance on the Blacktop’ that continues a fruitful cooperation. ‘Dance on the Blacktop’ will be unveiled on August 24th and... Continue Reading →