CD review INDUCTION ‘Induction’

(8/10) Induction is the brainchild of Czech guitarist Martin Beck, who kick-started the band in 2014. Influenced by French composer Peter Crowley, Beck followed his musical vision of creating melodic Power Metal that's timeless, not following any trend. Beck was lucky and found a great singer for Induction, Dutch Metal siren Nick Holleman, known from... Continue Reading →

CD review MICHAEL SWEET ‘Ten’

(7/10) Michael Sweet is known as being the frontman of legendary Stryper, a band that got attention due to tossing bibles during live shows, being dressed in their bumblebee like yellow/black striped stage clothing. Next to the releases with Stryper Michael Sweet released solo albums too of which the newest one is entitled 'Ten'. It's,... Continue Reading →

CD review ECLIPSE ‘Paradigm’

(9/10) Swedish Melodic Metal masters Eclipse reveal their new album 'Paradigm' mid October and it's a blast. Eleven excellently executed Melodic Metal anthems are a treat for everyones ears and the right soundtrack for swiping away the grayish autumn mood. As a prolongation of summer days 'Paradigm' shines bright. Erik Mårtensson, Eclipse founding member, has... Continue Reading →

CD review SONATA ARCTICA ‘Talviyö’

(7/10) Having a look on the artwork of an album that shows a peaceful winter landscape is a refreshing moment on a day with 30 degrees celcius outside and the titel 'Talviyö', meaning 'winter night' in Finnish, amplifies it even. Besides these refreshing ingredients, Sonata Arctica's newest longplayer comes with more of a standard approach.... Continue Reading →

CD review SINNER ‘Santa Muerte’

(8/10) Sometimes small adjustments have an exciting effect and the new Sinner album is a good example for this. After nearly four decades of Sinner it’s the first time that bandleader Mat Sinner shares vocal duties. The bassist/producer/bandleader could gain for the new album ‘Santa Muerte’ with Giorgia Colleluori an extremely talented singer. The first... 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 →

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 →

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