CD review MESHIAAK “Mask of All Misery’

Meshiaak, hailing from Australia, unleashed their debut 'Alliance of Thieves' three years ago. Power- and Thrash Metal, that's what came together on the first album the Australian guys released. What slowed down of working on a next record is the fact that drummer Jon Dette stepped-out due to the long distance between Australia and his... Continue Reading →

CD review CIRITH UNGOL ‘I’m Alive’

(10/10) Cirith Ungol, that's real veterans when it comes to Epic Metal. The band was founded in 1972 and released in total four full-length records, all genre defining longplayers with 'Paradise Lost' being the latest one to date. Cirith Ungol was and is a band that never made it to the top although being legends... Continue Reading →

CD review INDUCTION ‘Induction’

(8/10) Induction is the brainchild of Czech guitarist Martin Beck, who kick-started the band in 2014. Influenced by French composer Peter Crowley, Beck followed his musical vision of creating melodic Power Metal that's timeless, not following any trend. Beck was lucky and found a great singer for Induction, Dutch Metal siren Nick Holleman, known from... Continue Reading →

RAGE announce new album

Herne-based Metal pioneers Rage announce a new studio album entitled 'Wings of Rage'. Planned release date is January 10th, 2020 and the longplayer will come via Steamhammer/SPV. And here comes the tracklist: TrueLet Them Rest in Peace Chasing The Twilight ZoneTomorrowWings Of RageShadow Over Deadland (The Twilight Transition) A Nameless GraveDon`t Let Me DownShine A... Continue Reading →

CD review SONATA ARCTICA ‘Talviyö’

(7/10) Having a look on the artwork of an album that shows a peaceful winter landscape is a refreshing moment on a day with 30 degrees celcius outside and the titel 'Talviyö', meaning 'winter night' in Finnish, amplifies it even. Besides these refreshing ingredients, Sonata Arctica's newest longplayer comes with more of a standard approach.... Continue Reading →

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