Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW – Master Charger – Origin of the Lugubrious

My biggest issue with music this year is that I haven’t been able to “feel” the music. That feeling you get when you stand...

ALBUM REVIEW – The City Kids – Things That Never Were

As we know a group of great musicians from various bands getting together & making music doesn't always work. The City Kids debut album...

REVIEW – Reign of Fury – Exorcise Reality

This may be a biased review … Reign of Fury are one of my favourite bands of the last 10 years and a lovely...

ALBUM REVIEW – Massive Wagons – House of Noise

The music industry is in unprecedented times with the advent of the current pandemic. As the option of touring in support of a release...

ALBUM REVIEW – Rick Wakeman and The English Rock Ensemble – Red Planet

Rick Wakeman, keyboardist extraordinaire, member of  Yes during their “classic” years and producer of some of the most iconic prog-rock instrumental albums ever released,...

ALBUM REVIEW – Ward XVI – Metamorphosis

The Art Of Manipulation - the debut album from Preston based psychos Ward XVI - literally exploded onto the scene in 2017 with an...

ALBUM REVIEW – Enquire Within – Bloodlines

When school friends and metalheads Dan Lewin and Henry Waller decided, after writing and playing music together, to form a band, they recruited Henry’s...

ALBUM REVIEW – Louise Patricia Crane – Deep Blue

The new album by Louise Patricia Crane cannot be Genre-fied. But it can certainly be loved! It is an amazing debut release which holds...

ALBUM REVIEW – Mike Zito & Friends – Rock N Roll: A Tribute To...

Mike Zito & Friends – Rock N Roll: A Tribute To Chuck Berry – Words by Adam Kennedy Widely regarded as the 'Father of Rock...

ALBUM REVIEW – Five Finger Death Punch – F8

This February saw Five Finger Death Punch (FFDP) release their eagerly anticipated eighth studio album F8. Whilst there is no mistaking that this a...