Review DISTURBED ‘Divisive’

Disturbed began in 1994 as Brawl, at that time without frontman David Draiman. When the singer joined the group in 1996 and the band changed its name to Disturbed, an impressive success wave began, which continues to grow in popularity to this day. These days fans of the band eagerly await the new album of... Continue Reading →

Review LACUNA COIL ‘Comalies XX’

'Comalies' is the third album of Lacuna Coil and saw the light of day on September 23, 2002. The longplayer is still the best-selling album of the Italian sextet. The magic of the record is certainly also due to its creation story. Lacuna Coil developed the songs shortly before recording began, which led to an... Continue Reading →

Review LAMB OF GOD ‘Omens’

The success story of Lamb Of God started in 1999. One year before the beginning of a new millennium, the band renamed itself and Burn The Priest became Lamb Of God. Under their new moniker, the guys released their debut album 'New American Gospel' 22 years ago and became the talk of the town with... Continue Reading →

Review SLIPKNOT ‘The End, So Far’

Iowa's most famous mask men, Slipknot, are back with a new album. After the band has already unveiled a first new song with 'The Chapeltown Rag' last fall, the entire album now follows. It is called 'The End, So Far' and it features twelve new songs. Slipknot was on tour through Europe this summer and... Continue Reading →

Review PARKWAY DRIVE ‘Darker Still’

Even at this year's Wacken Festival, fans were still talking about the legendary performance of Parkway Drive in 2019. This brilliant performance remained in the memory of each of those present, before the pandemic a few months later put everything on stop. It was also a bit calmer as far as the Australians were concerned.... Continue Reading →

Review MACHINE HEAD ‘ØF KINGDØM AND CRØWN’

When former Vio-lence guitarist Robb Flynn founded Machine Head in 1991, times were not the best for thrash metal. Death metal, grunge and nu-metal were emerging and slowly gaining momentum while 80's thrash metal was on the decline. Machine Head, however, shattered these disadvantage with just one riff and everyone who has heard 'Davidian' knows... Continue Reading →

Review FOZZY ‘Boombox’

Fozzy entered the world of metal in the very early 2000th when the band release the self-titled debut album. It was Chris Ward who started Fozzy in 1999 as a cover band, which is reflected by the debut that solely consists of metal classics, interpreted by Fozzy. The band got an extra push when the... Continue Reading →

Review DIE APOKALYPTISCHEN REITER ‘Wilde Kinder’

Die Apokalyptischen Reiter released their ‘The Divine Horsemen’ album in 2021 and follow it up with a next longplayer. With their latest effort being a improvised recording, the German four-piece returns to a more regular record with ‘Wilde Kinder’ (German for ‘wild children’) The band, that started as a furious grindcore band developed their music... Continue Reading →

Review 8 KALACAS ‘Fronteras’

8 Kalacas (spoken: Ocho Kalacas), newcomer of the year? The band from Orange County is at least a candidate for such an award. The seven guys and their music is a very exciting blend, musical caffeine. Imagine if Sepultura would team up with Suicidal Tendencies to start a project with a lot of ska-elements. If... Continue Reading →

HALESTORM and ‘Back From the Dead’

Halestrom announced a new album. Their fifth longplayer is entitled ‘Back From the Dead’ and features eleven new songs. The album will be in the stores on May 6th, 2022 and here is the complete tracklist: Back From the DeadWicked WaysStrange GirlBrightsideThe SteepleTerrible ThingsMy RedemptionBombshellI Come FirstPsycho CrazyRise Your Horns

ELBRIOT announce first bands

Elbriot, the legendary one-day festival at Grossmarkt, Hamburg is back after a pandemic-based two years pause. The 2022 edition of the festival will take place on August 20th, 2022 and first bands are announced. So far confirmed are: BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE ACCEPTFEVER 333JINJERALESTORM CALIBANKISSIN‘ DYNAMITE ...and there are more to come. More information and... Continue Reading →

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