Review SPITFIRE ‘Denial to Fall’

Spitfire stands for heavy metal of the traditional style. The band from Athens, Greece has gone through an interesting career. Founded in 1984, the guys got to work and three years later they were able to release their debut album 'First Attack'. Unfortunately, it remained for a long time with this 'first attack' which is... Continue Reading →

Review MEMORY GARDEN ‘1349’

Founded in 1992, doom metal band Memory Garden didn’t lose any time and released first a demo and then an EP. The full-length premier followed a couple of years later. It was ‘Tides’ that hit the shelves in 1996 and four additional longplayers followed over time.‘Doomain’ was the latest record so far and eight years... Continue Reading →

Review LYNX ‘Watcher of Skies’

Lynx, in this case we are talking about the German heavy rockers and not the Swedish metal band that released an album in the ‘80s. ‘Watcher of Skies’ is Lynx’s full-length debut and comes with a tracklist that features ten rock songs, inspired by the sound of the ‘70s and ‘80’s. Bands like Blue Öyster... Continue Reading →

CD review HITTMAN ‚Destroy All Humans‘

September 25th, that’s when fantasy becomes reality. Nearly three decades after having released with ‘Vivas Machina’ their sophomore album, US Metal institution Hittman return to the scene. Inspired by several festival appearances, Jim Bacchi, Dirk Kennedy and band mates have decided to record their third longplayer and the guys found with No Remorse Records a... Continue Reading →

SHOK PARIS unleash a new lyric video

US metal band Shok Paris unveil a new lyric video. The song 'Hell Day' is taken from the upcoming album 'Full Metal Jacket', which will be released on May 29th through No Remorse Records.The song and the album is the return of a band that has with 'Steel and Starlight' a real classic being part... Continue Reading →

CD review RIOT CITY ‘Burn the Night’

(8/10) When I received this album my first thought was: "Why do I get Triumph's 'Surveillance' album?" Things straightened out rather quickly since the sender of this album is not Triumph but a band called Riot City and although the artwork reminds a lot of the classical Triumph release this record contains totally different music.... Continue Reading →

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