Album Reviews

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...

ALBUM REVIEW – Fugitive – The Awakening

Birkenhead based melodic rockers Fugitive are certainly causing a bit of a stir since founding members Michael Angel on lead vocals/guitar and Ranko 'Chip'...

ALBUM REVIEW – Burning Rain – Face The Music

First formed in 1998 and with 3 albums under their belt the hard rock supergroup Burning Rain comprised of Whitesnake’s Doug Aldrich and Montrose’s...

ALBUM REVIEW – Zombie Met Girl – ‘Super Atomic Werewolf Chicks on Motorcycles’

With a title of an album like ‘Super Atomic Werewolf Chicks on Motorcycles’ you just know that you are going to be getting an...

ALBUM REVIEW – Battle Beast – No More Hollywood Endings

You would think, that by now, I’d have learned my lesson, but no I still make the same mistake over and over. Today’s mistake?  Listening...