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Tommy Bolin Zephyr 1969 CD Album Review

Zephyr: Zephyr (Reissue)

Classic Blues Hard Rock
2.5/5.0

Ouch. My ears still hurt from listening to this album, and that was only through a few songs. But I'm getting ahead of myself for this review. Most people recall Tommy Bolin ... [ Read More ]

Steve Hillage Live at the Rainbow 1977 CD Album Review

Steve Hillage: Live at the Rainbow 1977

Psychedelic/Space Rock
No Score

There's been a flurry of Steve Hillage live recordings released in recent years. So many it makes me wonder if he doesn't have a label like Gonzo Multimedia in his back pocket ... [ Read More ]

Elvenstorm Blood Leads to Glory CD Album Review

Elvenstorm: Blood Leads to Glory

Heavy/Speed Metal
4.0/5.0

There's a great deal of exports from France to which to be grateful. Wine, of course. Bottled effervescent water, maybe not so much. Another is french fries. Just kidding ... [ Read More ]

Skyscraper Elevation CD Album Review

Skyscraper: Elevation

AOR/Melodic Hard Rock
4.5/5.0

Skyscraper, a new band, is a union of some rather impressive talent. The band features Lee Small (Shy) on vocals, Tor Talle (JLT, Fergie Frederiksen, Northern Light ... [ Read More ]

Houston Relaunch II CD Album Review

Houston: Relaunch II

AOR/Melodic Pop Rock
Originals: 3.5/5.0 | Covers: 2.5/5.0

Okay. If I wanted another universal auto-tuned smarmy boy band with good looks, cute haircuts, and a swirl of screaming tweeners, I would have ordered one from ... [ Read More ]

Iluvatar From The Silence CD Album Review

Iluvatar: From The Silence

Progressive Rock
4.5/5.0

Denizens of the deep caverns of American progressive rock will be quick to recall Iluvatar, Maryland based band. (I did not.) At the same time, these fans are probably ... [ Read More ]

Faithsedge The Answer of Insanity CD Album Review

Faithsedge: The Answer of Insanity

Melodic Hard Rock/Metal
3.5/5.0

Returning for a second album, The Answer of Insanity, is Faithsedge, the project and band created by vocalist Giancarlo Floridia. He returns with a stable line up ... [ Read More ]

Sparzanza Circle CD Album Review

Sparzanza: Circle

(Melodic) Modern Heavy Rock/Metal
4.0/5.0

Having never heard of Sweden's Sparzanza, I thought a little research was called for while a listened to their latest and seventh album, Circle. One of my ... [ Read More ]

Farpoint Paint The Dark CD Album Review

Farpoint: Paint The Dark

Melodic/Progressive Rock
3.5/5.0

Coming from Sumter, nestled in the center of South Carolina, is Farpoint, a melodic progressive rock band. While new to me, and maybe to most readers, Farpoint ... [ Read More ]

A Sound Of Thunder The Lesser Key of Solomon CD Album Review

A Sound Of Thunder: The Lesser Key of Solomon

Melodic/Heavy/Power Metal
4.5/5.0

Spoiler alert. I'm a fan of A Sound of Thunder. So you can probably just chuck objectivity out the door ... [ Read More ]

Alberto Rigoni Overloaded CD Album Review

Alberto Rigoni: Overloaded

(Instrumental) Progressive Rock/Metal
4.5/5.0

Arriving with his third solo project, Overloaded, is talent composer and bass player Alberto Rigoni (also Mistheria, Twinspirits). Much like his successful ... [ Read More ]

Chris Timms The Second Chapter CD Album Review

Chris Timms: The Second Chapter

Melodic/Progressive Hard Rock
3.5/5.0

One of the great things about being a solo artist is that you can control your music, the circumstances by which it is created and performed. It also allows you to create ... [ Read More ]

Margin Psychedelic Teatime CD Album Review

Margin: Psychedelic Teatime

Melodic Progressive Rock
4.0/5.0

Formed only several years ago, Margin is the creation of composer and multi-instrumentalist Lutz Meinert. Performing vocals, keyboards, and drums, he recorded ... [ Read More ]

The 69 Cats Transylvanian Tapes CD Album Review

The 69 Cats: Transylvanian Tapes

Goth Rockabilly
4.0/5.0

Honestly, at first I was skeptical. The 69 Cats? Don't you mean The 69 Eyes? I wasn't far from the truth. The 69 Cats features Jyrki 69, vocalist for The 69 Eyes ... [ Read More ]

Scar For Life Worlds Entwined CD Album Review

Scar For Life: Worlds Entwined

Melodic Hard Rock/Metal
4.0/5.0

While Scar For Life has been reviewed on Dangerdog Music Reviews, by other reviewers, this is my first time to consider the band. From Lisbon, the band revolves ... [ Read More ]

Lonely Kamel Shit City CD Album Review

Lonely Kamel: Shit City

Heavy/Stoner/Desert Rock
3.5/5.0

Norway isn't the first place I think of for heavy stoner rock, but that's where Lonely Kamel comes from. With their fourth album Shit City, the band sounds ... [ Read More ]


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Click to read the A Sound of Thunder - The Lesser Key of Solomon CD album review

Spoiler alert. I'm a fan of A Sound of Thunder. So you can probably just chuck objectivity out the door with this review. Sorry, you purists. I'll admit another thing: I waited almost two weeks to write ... [ Read More ]

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