Review ANTIOCH ‘V’

Guess what: 'V' is the fifth release of Canadian metal outfit Antioch. Now, I guess a glimpse on the album title nurtured the thought already and if you're familiar with the discography of the metal warriors from Emeryville, Ontario you knew it anyhow. It was in 2013 when a few metalheads met in Emeryville and... Continue Reading →

CD review SAXON ‘Inspirations’

That Saxon can not only write brilliant heavy metal anthems, but also do good cover versions is known since 1988. The 'Destiny' album opens with 'Ride Like the Wind', a Christopher Cross classic that Saxon sets perfectly into scene. Now, it seems like Biff Byford and bandmates have been going through their own record collections... Continue Reading →

Classics: IRON MAIDEN ‘Piece of Mind’

The first two Iron Maiden albums belong undoubtedly to the milestones of heavy metal. However, my first Iron Maiden album was their third release 'The Number of the Beast' which had a fascination for me because of the sound, artwork and lyrics. AC/DC were cool, Kiss were special with their make-up, but Iron Maiden was... Continue Reading →

CD review HAUNT ‘Flashback’

Haunt is one of the bands that quietly and steadily evolve from an insider tip to underground metal warriors. Haunt exist since three years and released their debut 'Burst Into Flames' in 2018. The quartet can certainly not be blamed for any compositional laziness. 'Flashback' is already the fourth album in two years, penned by... Continue Reading →

CD review SATAN ‘Early Rituals’

UK Metal veterans Satan recently announced a new release called 'Early Rituals'. Instead of publishing new songs the guys went back in time. At the beginning of their career the quintet, hailing from Newcastle, released three demo tapes. The first two led to the debut 'Court in the Act' while the 'Dirt Demo' followed in... Continue Reading →

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