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 Read The Defiants - Zokusho music review

How's your Japanese? Zokusho, in Japanese, means the sequel or the next chapter. Ergo, we have The Defiants latest and second long player, Zokusho. Click on the album cover above and take a gander ... [ Read More ]

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Axe - Final Offering Music Review

Axe: Final Offering

Melodic Hard Rock
3.5/5.0

The story of American rock band Axe is one of both triumph and tragedy. Formed in the late Seventies, the band had a string of popular albums, hit singles, MTV videos ... [ Read More ]

Forest Field - Seasons Music Review

Forest Field: Seasons

Melodic Symphonic Hard Rock
3.5/5.0

Have you ever tried a new food or drink, just for the sake of curiosity, only to have it leave a bad taste in your mouth? Perhaps so bad, you didn't want to return to it? ... [ Read More ]

Vice - 3 Fingers Up Music Review

Vice: 3 Fingers Up

Melodic Hard Rock
4.0/5.0

The history of Germany's Vice dates back 30 years with their 1989 debut album Made For Pleasure and 1990's Second Excess. Then off the map they fell. Their ... [ Read More ]

The Defiants - Zokusho Music Review

The Defiants: Zokusho

Melodic Hard Rock
5.0/5.0

How's your Japanese? Zokusho, in Japanese, means the sequel or the next chapter. Ergo, we have The Defiants latest and second long player, Zokusho. Click on ... [ Read More ]

Sinner - Santa Muerte Music Review

Sinner: Santa Muerte

Melodic Heavy Metal Rock
4.5/5.0

Take a close look at the album art for Sinner's new and latest album, Santa Muerte. Obviously created by the same artist, the artwork is quite similar to the previous album ... [ Read More ]

Block Buster - Losing Gravity Music Review

Block Buster: Losing Gravity

Melodic Heavy Rock
5.0/5.0

It's no small thing for a band, when in your teens and not old enough to be able to play in clubs, to be invited to open a show for Bon Jovi in your native country ... [ Read More ]

Grim Reaper - At The Gates Music Review

Grim Reaper: At The Gates

Traditional Heavy Metal
3.5/5.0

While Steve Grimmett resurrected Grim Reaper in 2006, it took another 10 years before a new studio album hit the heavy metal underground. Walking In The Shadows ... [ Read More ]

Crashdiet - Rust Music Review

Crashdiet: Rust

Melodic Heavy Metal Rock
5.0/5.0

Again I scratch my head. What happened to Sweden's Crashdiet? One of the major bands at the forefront of the revival of sleaze/glam metal in Europe, we haven't ... [ Read More ]

Capilla Ardiente - The Siege Music Review

Capilla Ardiente: The Siege

Heavy Metal
4.0/5.0

South America is well-known for the diversity of heavy metal in the underground scene. Hailing from Santiago, Chile, traditional metallers Capilla Ardiente (Spanish: burning ... [ Read More ]

Sascha Paeth's Masters Of Ceremony - Signs Of Wings Music Review

Master Of Ceremony: Signs Of Wings

Modern Heavy/Power Metal
3.0/5.0

We all know Sascha Paeth. Multi-instrumentalist, especially handy with a guitar. Producer and engineer. Mixing and mastering. He's a studio guru. Then there's ... [ Read More ]


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And now for something completely different, a completely unbiased and objective music review. Nope. It ain't happening. With no apologies, I'm a huge fan of Swedish rock legends Treat. With each successive ... [ Read More ]

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