Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW – Accept – Too Mean to Die

German heavy rockers Accept deliver their sixteenth album ‘Too Mean to Die’.   A stronghold in the metal scene for over 40 years, they continually...

ALBUM REVIEW – The Michael Schenker Group – Immortal

The man needs no introduction – but I will do one anyway, because he deserves it! Michael Schenker has been in the business of making...

ALBUM REVIEW – The Pineapple Thief – Versions of Truth

It’s hard to believe that The Pineapple Thief have been around for 21 years - I discovered them as soon as I heard the...

REVIEW – Origins Vol. 2 by Ace Frehley

“Space Ace” returns with the second instalment of his Origins series tracing the artist’s reflections of a lifetime in music. Looking down the tracklisting, the...

REVIEW – The Gypsy Pistoleros – The Greatest Flamenco Sleaze Glam Band Ever!

Hola mi amigos…! The problem with reviewing anthologies is that the music itself has already been reviewed and most fans of the band will...

REVIEW – Rory Gallagher – Best Of Rory Gallagher

When it’s easy to reel off so many great showstoppers from a musician you know the back catalogue really is something interesting and special....

ALBUM REVIEW – Voodoo Six – Simulation Game

Voodoo Six became into being after a collaboration between bassist Tony Newton and guitarist Richie Faulkner – the latter now far better known as...

ALBUM REVIEW – Yes – The Royal Affair Tour: Live from Las Vegas

Who would like to be spending their evening at a live show right about now? Of course you would. With opportunities to see your...

ALBUM REVIEW – ANAAL NATHRAKH – Endarkenment

There is the old mantra - if it ain't broke, don't fix it. There are plenty of bands that apply this mantra successfully, others...

ALBUM REVIEW – Amaranthe – Manifest

Amaranthe are known for their 3 distinctive singers each with a different style contributing to their untameable genre.  Some say they are pop metalcore;...