CD review SAINT VITUS ‘Saint Vitus’

(7/10) California-based Doom Metal veterans Saint Vitus have a new album in the starting blocks. Simply entitled 'Saint Vitus' the longplayer ends a seven years wait. Founding members Dave Chandler and Scott Ranger, together with their bandmates Henry Vasquez and Pat Bruders, that's the current line-up of the Doom legends. After having suffered from many... Continue Reading →

CD review LICE ‘Woe Betide You’

(7/10) Avantgarde metaller Lice is a mystic player in the fields of metal. Not that much is known about the band that consists of Shining's Nikolas Kvarforth and J of Spanish Teitanblood. The third band member is Kirill Krowli, responsible for guitar, bass and effects. 'Woe Betide You' is the current output of this trio... Continue Reading →

CD review MISERY INDEX ‘Rituals of Power’

(8/10) Riff grinders Misery Index return with their sixth studio album in an 18 years history. Five long years after 'The Killing Gods' spread its morbid charm it's the new longplayer that brings back brutal death metal. 'Rituals of Power' features nine songs and it's oldschool death metal you get offered by the Baltimore-based powerhouse,... Continue Reading →

CD review BEYOND CREATION ‘Algorythm’

(8/10) If you check Wikipedia for ‘algorithm’ you get the following answer: “In mathematics and computer science, an algorithm (/ˈælɡərɪðəm/ ) is an unambiguous specification of how to solve a class of problems.” Now, I’m not sure French-Canadian metalists Beyond Creation wants to solve a specific problem, but the new album definitely delivers to the... Continue Reading →

CD review VULCAIN ‘Vinyle’

(7/10) It was in 1981 when the Puzio brothers founded a band they named Vulcain. Already one year later the band premiered with 'Rock'n'Roll Secours' and became one of the most constant outfits in French metal and hard rock. Also an eleven years time-out couldn't kill the rock'n'roll spirit. After a split-up in 1998 the... Continue Reading →

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