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HRH MAG XVI EDITION AVAILABLE AS DIGITAL AND PHYSICAL COPIES NOW!

The fact that you're reading this magazine now that HRH Sleaze IV, HRH Prog X and HRH Goth have made their triumphant return, (with...

REVIEW: JUDAS FROM LORD OF THE LOST

Lord of the Lost are no strangers to creating epic conceptual albums and with Judas, their 7th album, stretching to an epic 104 minutes...

REVIEW: BLURRED HORIZON FROM TUESDAY THE SKY

Jim Matheos. What a legend! Not only has he got an immense back-catalog with his iconic band Fates Warning but this release has blessed us...

REVIEW: YOU WILL BE THE DEATH OF ME BY LIGHT THE TORCH

Although strictly their second studio album, if you have followed the band since their earlier days as Devil You Know, you might argue that...

REVIEW: HARDWARE FROM BILLY GIBBONS

As the old saying goes, it’s tough at the top. And even more so for veteran rockers ZZ Top, who like the rest of...

REVIEW: THE DAMN TRUTH – NOW OR NOWHERE

Let’s cut to the chase - when you see the name Bob Rock attached to an album, you know it's worth checking out. He...

REVIEW: REBECCA DOWNES – STRIPPED BACK

Whilst lockdown might have caused artists to revaluate their plans, it hasn’t always stopped them from being productive. And that’s certainly the case with...

REVIEW: GOD IS AN ASTRONAUT – GHOST TAPES

I first discovered Ireland’s God Is An Astronaut with the 2006 Moment of Stillness EP and I was completely blown away by their post-rock, experimental,...

ALBUM REVIEW: ELLEFSON – NO COVER

For David Ellefson's latest release, the Megadeth bass player has assembled an impressive list of his musical friends and peers. Each of which helps...

ALBUM REVIEW: HEAVY FEATHER – MOUNTAIN OF SUGAR

Since forming in Stockholm, Sweden in 2017, Heavy Feather have tapped into a strong vein of songwriting as they follow up their 2019 debut...