CD review PYRAMAZE ‘Epitaph’

Danish power metal outfit Pyramaze release their sixth studio album, which is also their first one for AFM. Three years after having released 'Contingent', the sextet recorded another 12 songs, all with roots in heavy metal and power metal. Pyramaze got into the spotlight of metal in 2008 with their 'Immortal' album. One of the... Continue Reading →

CD review THEM ‘Return To Hemmersmoor’

KK Fossor (v) Markus Johansson (g), Markus Ullrich (g), Angel Cotte (d), Richie Seibel (key) and Alexander Palma (b), also known as Them, start with 'Diluvium' into the third chapter of the horror/fantasy story that had its beginning in 2016 with the 'Sweet Hollow' album. Two years later the story continued with 'Manor of the... Continue Reading →

CD review NIGHTMARE ‘Aeternam’

French Nightmare are a band with a long history. What started in the late '70s as a band with a passion for punk rock morphed over time a solid power metal band that releases with 'Aeternam' their newest product. Since having released with 'Dead Sun' their latest album in 2016 a few things changed when... Continue Reading →

CD review POWERWOLF ‘Best of the Blessed’

One of the bands that was growing the fastest over the last years is certainly Powerwolf from Saarbrücken, Germany. Referred to as being the high priests of Heavy Metal, the band can show impressive achievements, which were maybe a dream scenario back in 2005, when the guys unveiled their debut album. But sometimes dreams become... Continue Reading →

CD review FALCONER ‘From a Dying Ember’

Falconer originated from Mithotyn, a band that disbanded in 1999 and it was Stefan Weinerhall who founded Falconer with songs that were originally intended to be for used in a solo project. Falconer released a self-titled debut in 2001 and after numerous other records the ninth album will follow this summer. 'From a Dying Ember',... Continue Reading →

CD review OZ ‘Forced Commandments’

OZ show with ''Forced Commandments'' that they aren't on the shelf yet and that Swedish steel doesn't rust that easily. The spirit of denim and leather, that what this album is about. Not more, but certainly also not less.

CD review PALACE ‘Reject the System’

Palace, that's not a new player in Metal, considering the fact of seven releases to date. The guys from Speyer, Germany startet 30 years ago and the fact that they are still releasing records shows willpower and staying power. 'Reject the System' is the newest release that reaches us from Speyer, featuring ten tracks of... Continue Reading →

CD review THE UNITY ‘Pride’

The Unity can be truly pride for what they achieved on this album. “Pride’ is heavy enough for the denim and leather fraction as well as it features a melodic aspect that allow the band to open up for Rock fans. This album is one of the best ones so far in this category.

CD review SERIOUS BLACK ‘Suite 226’

It was three years ago when German/US metallers Serious Black released the 'First Light'-album and it became a bit quiet around the band lately. However, the buzz is getting louder again these days with the band having a new album in the pipeline and capturing a support slot on the upcoming Hammerfall tour. Serious Black's... Continue Reading →

CD review MAGIC KINGDOM ‘MetAlmighty’

Belgium guitarist Dushan Petrossi has basically two outlets for his musical creayivity. Iron Mask is one and Magic Kingdom is the other one. The latter releases with 'MetAlmighty' a new album as we speak, a longplayer that features an eleven songs comprising setlist. The guitar wizard is obviously a fan of powerful Metal that's inspired... Continue Reading →

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