CD review AGNOSTIC FRONT ‘Get Loud!’

(8/10) In case you start to think about having seen this artwork already earlier you might be right. At least there's a pretty similar artwork out there that comes with Agnostic Front's second album 'Cause For Alarm'. It was Sean Taggert how did the front cover of the album and the NY-based Hardcore veterans worked... Continue Reading →

CD review NILE ‘Vile Nilotic Rites’

(8/10) The Egyptologists of Death Metal are back with their new longplayer. Four years after 'What Should Not be Unearthed' it is the new longplayer 'Vile Nilotic Rites' that opens a next chapter of Death Metal from Nile. Main man Karl Sanders doesn't look back and the past is what happened. The view is towards... Continue Reading →

CD review PHIL CAMPBELL ‘Old Lions Still Roar’

(8/10) Phil Campbell is a musician that doesn’t need any introduction. Known from his many years with legendary Motörhead, Campbell continued his career in Rock/Metal with a generation bridging project called Phil Campbell and The Bastard Sons with him and his sons following their passion for great Rock’n’roll. Another thought Campbell had in mind for... Continue Reading →

CD review WEDNESDAY 13 ‘Necrophaze’

(7/10) Right in time for the beginning of the darker seasons Wednesday 13 unveils his next longplayer. 'Necrophaze' is the bringer of a next chapter of horror and creepy stories. Two years after ‘Condolences’ found its way out of some moisty soil, twelve new songs are supposed to provide some extra goose bumps for fans... Continue Reading →

CD review THE 69 EYES ‚West End‘

(7/10) ‘West End’, that’s album number 12 in The 69 Eyes’ so far three decades lasting band history. Finlands gritty rocker No.1 recorded eleven new song, all dark Rock tunes. Sometimes it’s a bit of Billy Idol that shimmers through (‘27 & Done’) while the sound of the mighty Sisters Of Mercy is present too... Continue Reading →

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