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ALBUM REVIEW – The Room – Caught by the Machine

When a member of the band presents you with an album rather excitedly, like a new parent showing pictures of their baby, it intrigues. The...

ALBUM REVIEW – Black Whiskey – Dry Bones

‘You can’t knock us down, we won’t be denied, we were born to cheat the hangman, we aint ever gonna die.’ A message shouted...

ALBUM REVIEW – Suzi Quatro – No Control

After 55 years in the business, Suzi Quatro is showing no signs of giving up her “First Lady of Rock” crown just yet. With...

The Editors Picks of 1988

Your editor has picked his most memorable albums of 1988...what would you have chosen from a year that saw the £1 note phased out,...

ALBUM REVIEW – Cellar Darling – The Spell

Two years on from the release of their atmospheric debut This is the Sound, the trio of Eluveitie composers who comprise Cellar Darling are...

ALBUM REVIEW – Meshuggah Vinyl Reissues

Sweden’s extreme tech metal pioneers Meshuggah are one of the few bands who don’t sound like anyone else - if Meshuggah are playing you...

ALBUM REVIEW – Rammstein – Rammstein

Rammstein go disco according to a few keyboard warriors on the fan page!? Yes there are a few curveballs thrown in on their latest self...

ALBUM REVIEW – Left For Red – Human Complex

I am a woman of simple tastes, I like my music loud and my bands to smell good when they come off stage; and...

ALBUM REVIEW – Death Angel – Humanicide

Once seen as the babies of thrash metal (ex-drummer Andy Galeon was only 11 when he recorded their first demo, the rest of the...

ALBUM REVIEW – Possessed – Revelations Of Oblivion

If you think waiting for the new Tool record to drop has been a long wait, “Revelations Of Oblivion” marks the first full studio...

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