Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW – The Quireboys – Amazing Disgrace

Living legends The Quireboys celebrate their 35th anniversary year with the release of their 12th studio album “Amazing Disgrace” –  and are showing no...

ALBUM REVIEW – Hardline – ‘Life’

Melodic masters Hardline are back with a brand-new studio album ‘Life’.  Drawing influences from 1992’s ‘Double Eclipse’ and the more recent ‘Human Nature ‘and from...

ALBUM REVIEW – Blitz – “Welcome to the Rock Show”

Hard rock and heavy metal are in rude health at the moment, with the old guard still releasing top-quality records and the newer bands...

ALBUM REVIEW – Eluveitie – Ategnatos

Eluveitie have been around for over 10 years now. Quite a land mark- folk metal is a powerful genre of music and a difficult...

ALBUM REVIEW – Grand Magus – Wolf God

The riff lords are back! It’s been over two years since ‘Sword Songs’ was released, and the wait is finally over. As soon as the...

ALBUM REVIEW – Enforcer – Zenith

For the modern metal listener whose sensibilities perhaps lie more in the sounds of the eighties, Enforcer has been a consistent treat for over...

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,...