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 →

SAVATAGE – back on vinyl

Savatage, back on vinyl. earMUSIC announced a re-issue series of iconic Savatage albums, from ‘Sirens’ to ‘Poets and Madmen’. The re-release will be revealed in a step-by-step approach, starting with the re-issue of ‘Sirens’ on August 20th,2021. In parallel also ‘The Dungeons are Calling’ will hit the shelves, an EP that was originally unleashed in... Continue Reading →

Review PHARAOH ‘The Powers That Be’

Fans of American metallers Pharaoh had to be patient for quite a while. They had to wait nine long years before the fifth album of the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania- based quartet finds a way into the record stores. The guys premiered in 2003 with the 'After the Fire' album and went through a pretty consistent release... Continue Reading →

CD review ATTIKA ‘Metal Lands’

Attika explores ‘Metal Lands’ with their latest longplayer. At least this is the title of the third longplayer. The four guys from Melbourne, Florida have an interesting release schedule and if there would be a category for longest waiting time between releases, the quartet would probably be a nominee.   In the heydays of power... Continue Reading →

CD review WITHERFALL ‘Curse of Autumn’

Witherfall from Los Angeles, CA have been active for some time now. Everything started in 2013 in California and four years later, the band could present with 'Nocturnes and Requiems' a remarkable debut album. Inspired by the positive feedback, Witherfall continued in 2018 with their sophomore album 'A Prelude to Sorrow', which was released via... Continue Reading →

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