Review SPITFIRE ‘Denial to Fall’

Spitfire stands for heavy metal of the traditional style. The band from Athens, Greece has gone through an interesting career. Founded in 1984, the guys got to work and three years later they were able to release their debut album 'First Attack'. Unfortunately, it remained for a long time with this 'first attack' which is... Continue Reading →

Review TONY MARTIN ‘Thorns’

When one thinks of Black Sabbath, names like Ozzy Osbourne and Ronnie James Dio inevitably come to mind. Both contributed significantly to the success of the doom metal legend. The voices of both frontmen have influenced whole generations of metal singers. What sometimes gets lost in the shadows is that Black Sabbath had another excellent... Continue Reading →

Review HOLLOW ‘Tower’

When it comes to Swedish metal outfit Hollow, it was the 1997 debut album ‘Modern Cathedral’ that grabbed my attention. The quartet unleashed with their sophomore release another well-crafted record that combined power metal with a nicely integrate progressive touch. Unfortunately, 'Architect of the Mind' was the last album of the first era and the... Continue Reading →

THE THREE TREMORS and the new album

The Three Tremors featuring Tim 'Ripper' Owens (ex Judas Priest, KK's Priest) Harry 'The Tyrant' Conklin (Jag Panzer) and Sean 'The Hell Destroyer' Peck (Cage, Denner/Shermann, Death Dealer) will release with 'Guardians of the Void' a new album that is scheduled for December 3rd. The album comes via Steel Cartel and with 'Bone Breaker' a... Continue Reading →

Review MANIMAL ‘Armageddon’

Manimal are no rookies. The band debuted in 2009 with 'The Darkest Room', an album that brought the band to the attention of AFM Records. Since then Manimal have released two more longplayers, the latest in 2018. With 'Armageddon' the four guys from Gothenburg now start the fourth chapter. Not much has changed in terms... Continue Reading →

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