Review SKULL FIST ‘Paid in Full’

The month of April provides a lot of interesting stuff for folks in Toronto, Ontario. The Raptors clinched a playoff berth, the Blue Jays have their opening weekend at Rogers Center and next to the sports scene also the Toronto metal community can enjoy good news. Metal maniacs Skull Fist unleash their fourth album ‘Paid... Continue Reading →

Review AUDREY HORNE ‘Devil’s Bell’

Bergen-based rock’n’roll outfit Audrey Horne belongs to the top of the European hard rock bands and six albums speak the clear language of rock’n’roll. High energy and an unbound passion for their music is what makes the band stand out. Four years after having unveiled their latest album to date, ‘Blackout’, the agenda of everybody... Continue Reading →

Review SATAN ‘Earth Infernal’

There couldn’t be a much better moniker for a metal band than Satan. Especially considering the time when the band started their metallic adventure back in 1979 makes and made the band name even more outstanding. Satan’s debut ‘Caught in the Act’ was released in 1983 and immediately grabbed the attention of metalheads, not only... Continue Reading →

Review COBRA SPELL ‘Anthems of the Night’ – EP

Dutch/French/Italian metallers Cobra Spell is the brainchild of guitarist Sonia Anubis (Crypta, ex-Burning Witches) and Sebastian Silva, both founding the band as an outlet for the passion for 80s metal. Since Silva left the band, Cobra Spell is very much driven by Anubis who, together with band mates Angelina Vehera, Alexx Panza (Hitten), Léonard Cakolli... Continue Reading →

SATAN launch a new single

NWoBHM pioneers Satan will release their next studio effort called ‘Earth Infernal’ on April 1st, 2022. With ‘From Second Sight’ a new single has been launched this week. On the tracks lyrics, the band explains, "Wherever you care to look around the world, you'll find conspiracy theories and millions of people who actually believe in... Continue Reading →

Album details and first song from MIRROR

Mirror announced their third studio album. ‘The Day Bastard Leaders Die’ is the title of the new metallic strike from Greece. Being inspired by ‘70s rock and the spirit of the NWoBHM, Mirror recorded nine songs of which the first one has been launched already. ‘Souls of Megiddo’ is the tile of this musical appetizer... Continue Reading →

Review SAXON ‘Carpe Diem’

Looking at Saxon's new studio album, you wonder who made the decision for the artwork. The band had always chosen appealing motifs for the packaging of their records, but this time it is an almost childlike drawing with two Roman soldiers standing on a wall looking uninspired into the distance. A certain reference to the... Continue Reading →

SORCERER released ‘Reverence’

Stockholms metal institution Sorcerer used the time to record four cover songs which let off the leash one by one. It all started in September 2021 with the legendary 'Gates of Babylon', originally from Rainbow, followed by 'When Death Calls' (Black Sabbath) and Saxon's 'Crusader'. The final cover is 'Waiting for Darkness' from Ozzy Osbourne... Continue Reading →

SAXON announce ‘Carpe Diem’

The title of the upcoming Saxon longplayer couldn't have been chosen better, considering the times we are in since a few months. 'Carpe Diem', that's the name of Saxon's 23rd album which contains ten new songs. The album will be released on February 4th, 2022 and comes through Silver Lining Music. The title track has... Continue Reading →

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 →

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