Review LEE AARON ‘Radio On!’

Lee Aaron announced a new album called ‘Radio On’ which will hit the shelves On July 23rd. The award-winning Canadian singer from Belleville, Ontario started her career when she was fifteen years old and the band, she joined was called Lee Aaron. The breakthrough album of the Canadian vocalist was the 1984 release ‘Metal Queen’,... Continue Reading →

CD review THE QUILL ‘Earthrise’

Time flies and a moment that makes you aware of it is the fact when you realize that a band like The Quill is already more than 25 years in business. The self-titled debut was released in 1995 and a solid amount of longplayer followed. The latest record was the 2017 release of 'Born From... Continue Reading →

CD review REZET ‘Truth in Between’

'Raped Law' was Rezet's first demo and saw the light of day in 2004. 16 years later the four guys from Schleswig, Germany can look back on four longplayers while they are already planning their next musical strike with 'Truth in Between'. The new longplayer contains thirteen tracks and is therefore more than just a... Continue Reading →

CD review WALTARI ‘Global Rock’

If there is one band on this planet that takes the word ‘crossover’ very serious, than it’s Waltari from Finland. The band, nowadays driven by Kärtsy Hatakka.and Jari Lehtinen, seems to have an endless flow of border-crossing creativity. Not forgotten is the extraordinary ‘Yeah! Yeah! Die! Die! Death Metal Symphony in Deep C’ album, a... Continue Reading →

CD review ASTRAL DOORS ‘Worship or Die’

(8/10) What comes to your mind if you read about Astral Doors? I guess it's Dio, Black Sabbath and more traditional heavy metal. Frontman Nils Patrik Johansson was often compared with the legendary Ronnie James Dio and the voice do have similarities. However, Astral Doors is more than a clone of the iconic frontman and... Continue Reading →

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