Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW – Anchor Lane – Casino 

Glaswegian four-piece Anchor Lane are set to release their debut album Casino - it’s a cracker and I can tell you that 2020 is...

ALBUM REVIEW – Nile – Vile Nilotic Rites

It's been a long 4 years between this, Nile's 9th album and its predecessor, 2015's 'What Should Not Be Unearthed'. With such an extensive...

ALBUM REVIEW – Black Star Riders – Another State of Grace

Following the departure of Damon Johnson last year, the band recruited new axeman Christian Martucci, who joins the three-pronged attack alongside stalwarts Scott Gorham...

ALBUM REVIEW – Exhorder – Mourn the Southern Skies

When a band has gone ‘through the mill’ so to speak - break- ups, reforming etc - and not put out a release for...

ALBUM REVIEW – Kris Barras Band – Light It Up

As Kris Barras moves into the next chapter of his career he continues to walk an illuminated path to success. Recent single ‘Ignite (Light...

ALBUM REVIEW – Spyder Byte – When The Lights Go Out

Ya know, I’ve had this album on repeat so many times I think my ears are bleeding. I know what ya thinking, turn it...

ALBUM REVIEW – Beth Hart – War in My Mind

Beth Hart’s troubles and her battles with her demons are well documented. And these real-life experiences often feed into her song lyrics. However, with...

ALBUM REVIEW – Agnostic Front – Get Loud

New York hardcore legends and pioneers Agnostic Front go back to their roots with new album ‘Get Loud’. Hot off the back of their...

ALBUM REVIEW – Phil Campbell – Old Lions Still Roar

Following the sad passing of Lemmy Kilmister in 2015 resulting in the end of Motorhead, lead guitarist Phil Campbell soldiered on to form Phil Cambell And The Bastard Sons,...

ALBUM REVIEW – Revival Black – Step in Line

Let’s get this straight from the off - Revival Black’s debut album Step in Line is an absolute cracker. So many a Rock N...