Review OMNIUM GATHERUM ‘Slasher’

Finland's melodic death metallers Omnium Gatherum are proud to present a new EP. 'Slasher' is the name of the release and it will hit the record stores in the next few days. Altogether the band from Kotka has recorded four songs, three of which are self-composed while also a cover version has sneaked on the... Continue Reading →

Review HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES ‘Live in Rio’

It's always a tricky thing with supergroups. Sometimes they are designed on the drawing board and have mainly a commercial aspect. Sometimes, however, it opens up the possibility for the musicians involved to express themselves musically outside the confines of the established mother ship. When Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and Johnny Depp decided to start... Continue Reading →

Review VOMITORY ‘All Heads are Gonna Roll’

Vomitory, hailing from Karlstad, Sweden are forerunners when it comes to Swedish death metal. The band premiered in 1996 with ‘Raped By Their Own Blood’ and unleashed longplayers on a regular base. The band always came up with new material, at least until 2011 when the guys launched ‘Opus Mortis VIII’. What followed was a... Continue Reading →

PAIN announce tour dates for autumn 2023

Pain, the band known for high-energy performances is thrilled to announce their highly anticipated 'I AM' European/UK Tour. With 17 countries and 33 cities on the itinerary, this tour promises an unforgettable experience for fans throughout Europe and UK. Prepare to be captivated by the raw energy and intensity of Pain's performances as they take... Continue Reading →

Review ELEGANT WEAPONS ‘Horns For a Halo’

Elegant Weapons is an interesting new constellation of musicians, with the line-up including Richie Faulkner, a long-time Judas Priest guitarist. In addition, Ronnie Romero lends his voice to the band, while the rhythm section consists of Dave Rimmer (Uriah Heep) and Christopher Williams (Accept). Thus, there are experts at work in the band. The fact... Continue Reading →

Review IMMORTAL ‘War Against All’

The new Immortal album can't exactly be described as a quick fix, as it took five years before the band from Bergen, Norway shipped their new work 'War Against All' from the Norwegian fjords into the world. Other than Northern Chaos God, the previous album, the new record is actually a kind of Demonaz solo... Continue Reading →

Review YES ‘Mirror to the Sky’

Yes exist for more than 50 years and have significantly influenced the world of progressive rock music through countless albums. Following the release of 'Heaven & Earth' in 2014, it took a while until the prog rock veterans returned with another studio album. 'The Quest' was released in 2021, and the fact that the next... Continue Reading →

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