Review KHYMERA ‘Hold Your Ground’

Normally bands and projects Dennis Ward is involved in are of high quality. Khymera is no exception. Since their debut album in 2003, the band has been regularly delivering new records, and the sixth album, 'Hold Your Ground', is being released as we speak. Despite a very busy schedule Ward always manages to find time... Continue Reading →

Review eMOLECULE ‘The Architect’

eMolecule is the band of Simon Collins and Kelly Nordstrom. With 'The Architect' the two have finished their debut album, which will hit the record stores these days. The collaboration of the both started already in 2005 in Vancouver, Canada and focused at the beginning on Collins' solo career. This fueled the creativity of the... Continue Reading →

Review ZSK ‘Hass/Liebe’

ZSK is a German punk rock band, hailing from Göttingen. The guys started back in 1997 and unleashed a demo the same year. Nowadays ZSK belongs to the established bands when it comes to punk rock with a noticeable number of releases over the last 25 years. The second era of the band began in... Continue Reading →

Review THE POOR ‘High Price Deed’

We have known that hard rock made in Australia is a quality feature at least since AC/DC. In addition, bands like Rose Tattoo and Airbourne have delighted the world with excellent rock music. In addition, The Poor have been drawing attention to themselves since 1986 with well-made hard rock. Started as The Poor Boys, the... Continue Reading →

MARKO HIETALA – new live video and more

It was almost one year ago when Marko Hietala announced his departure from Nightwish. Although the bassist and singer wasn’t that much present anymore compared to the Nighwish-days, Hietala continued to perform some shows and now he launched a live video for ‘Dead God’s Son’ which was filmed during the festival season. Marko Hietala stated... Continue Reading →

Review ISSA ‘Lights of Japan’

Issa, that is Oslo-born singer Isabell Øversveen who started the outfit in 2010. Issa has six longplayers in the books and number seven is marking the start of a new year in rock. ‘Lights of Japan’ is the title of the newest work piece of the Norwegian singer and contains eleven songs. ‘Live Again’ is... Continue Reading →

Review BIG CITY ‘Sunwind Sails’

Big City is the brainchild of Daniel Olaisen who started the band and gave the outfit an 80’s rock and melodic metal sound. The 2014 released debut album gave a first taste of what the Norwegians stand for and the newest record ‘Sunwind Sails’ marks the fourth release of the five-piece band. In 2019, Big... Continue Reading →

Review URIAH HEEP ‘Chaos & Colour’

After more than 50 years in the music business, it's not really necessary anymore to introduce Uriah Heep. Mick Box and his bandmates have released timeless hard rock classics with hits like 'Lady in Black' and 'Easy Livin'', just to name the most famous ones. Uriah Heep have just finished their '50 Years Anniversary' tour,... Continue Reading →

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