Review LEATHERWOLF ‘Kill the Hunted’

'Leatherwolf' and especially 'Street Ready' belong to the best US metal from California offered. Even though both albums achieved remarkable success, Leatherwolf always remained in the shadow of other great bands. The band broke up in 1991 and also an alternative called Hail Mary did not last. The band returned in 2006 with their 'World... Continue Reading →

Review RIOT CITY ‘Electric Elite’

I ended the review for the debut 'Burn the City' with "Riot City, an unstoppable force." and it is exactly the conclusion after having listened to the sophomore album 'Electric Elite'. It was the debut album 'Burn the Night' that caused a stir in underground metal worlds. The guys from Alberta, Canada managed to release... Continue Reading →

HAIL MARY songs will be released on July 4th

Perhaps not everyone is familiar with the band name Hail Mary. However, it should be different with Leatherwolf. The metallers from Huntington Beach, California have caught attention with very good albums, whereby the best records were certainly made in the first phase between 1985 and 1989. The first era of Leatherwolf ended after the release... 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 TOWER ‘Shock to the System’

I've heard good things about Tower, but I haven't heard anything from Tower until today. I can now end this shortcoming, because at the moment I'm listening to 'Shock to the System', the second album of the New Yorkers, on endless loop. Tower was formed in 2015 and had with 'Tower' their self-titled debut in... Continue Reading →

A-Z sign a deal with Metal Blade Records

A-Z (pronounced "A through Z") equals Ray Alder (Fates Warning; vocals) and Mark Zonder (ex-Fates Warning, Warlord; drums), and also means "anything is possible" - and with this line-up of musicians, that is no exaggeration. This exciting new band reunites Alder with Zonder, and they're joined by Philip Bynoe (Warlord, Steve Vai, Nuno Bettencourt) on... Continue Reading →

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