CD review BULLET ‘Live’

(*/10) It might not be the sound that makes Bullet special and standing out from all the other bands. The quintet from Sweden is rooted in traditional Heavy Metal a la Accept / Judas Priest and it’s the authenticity that makes the band, their performance and their music special. It’s the entire package you get... Continue Reading →

CD review KRYPTOS ‘Afterburner’

(7/10) Kryptos is a forerunner when it comes to Heavy Metal hailing from India. The four-piece band from Bangalore has their roots in traditional Heavy Metal, spiced up with a solid portion of Thrash Metal. The quartet can look back on a long history in Metal and it was last year when Kryptos celebrated its... Continue Reading →

CD review HAUNT ‘If Icarus Could Fly’

(9/10) Haunt is the brainchild of Beastmaker member Trevor William Church who start this Metal outfit two years ago, at least this the time when Haunt premiered with a first EP, entitled 'Luminous Eyes'. The first full-length album hit the shelves in 2018 and already one year later the next album is ready to be... 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 →

CD review SLÆGT ‘Black Bombs’ – 7″

(8/10) 'Black Bombs' is an in between release from Danish metal outfit Slægt. After having released the critically acclaimed 'The Wheel' album it's this two-tracks single release that offers more songs taken from the recording session. The title track is a blackened metal anthem that sounds extremely well. Heavy rolling riffs, hoarse vocals and a... Continue Reading →

CD review IRON SAVIOR ‘Kill or Get Killed’

(8/10) Fans of Teutonic metal can positively look forward to March, the month when German metal veterans Iron Savior will release their newest album. It’s entitled ‘Kill or Get Killed’ and it’s the bands 11th full-length studio record. Band leader Piet Sielck started the band in 1996 together with no less than Kai Hansen and... Continue Reading →

ENFORCER surprises in Spanish

Last week, Swedish metallers Enforcer unleashed the first single, 'Die For The Devil', from their forthcoming studio album »Zenith«, which will be released on April 26, 2019 through Nuclear Blast. Today the band has revealed a big surprise for their Spanish speaking fans: although »Zenith« was originally written and recorded in English, the band has decided to record a version in Spanish too! Enjoy... Continue Reading →

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