Album Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: THE BAD DAY BLUES BAND – TABLE BY THE WALL

Swagger Blues has finally arrived and The Bad Day Blues Band are bringing that to a pair of lugholes near you with their new...

ALBUM REVIEW: STEVE LUKATHER – I FOUND THE SUN AGAIN

Steve Lukather returns with his first solo album in 8 years. The album also coincides with the release of Toto frontman Joseph William's solo...

ALBUM REVIEW: CANNIBAL CORPSE – VIOLENCE UNIMAGINED

Hard to believe that a little over 32 years ago, Cannibal Corpse burst out of the Buffalo, NY scene and turned death metal on...

ALBUM REVIEW: AMIGO THE DEVIL – BORN AGAINST

The US-based troubadour’s latest offering showcases the evolution of his distinctive sound. ATD’s sophomore release traverses a vast musical spectrum. The western-tinged “Drop For Every...

ALBUM REVIEW: ETHYRFIELD – IN DELIRIUM

It was two-and-a-half years ago that we were incredibly honoured to welcome the modern progressive post-grungers Ethyrfield to our local venue in Stafford for...

ALBUM REVIEW: SKARLETT RIOT – INVICTA (2021)

Four-piece alt-metallers Skarlett Riot have a new release entitled Invicta – and as I write this review, I'm on my 5th listen from start...

REVIEW: THE CROWN’S 11TH FULL-LENGTH ALBUM ROYAL DESTROYER

Remarkably, this is Swedish outfit The Crown's 11th full-length album, following on from 2018's Cobra Speed Venom. That album was a pure master class...

ALBUM REVIEW: GHOSTS OF MEN – EXHALE

Trying to pigeonhole Ghosts of Men is like squeezing a 14” pizza into 7” pizza box – yeah, you could fold it and squash...

ALBUM REVIEW – Blackberry Smoke – You Hear Georgia

Blackberry Smoke return with their hotly tipped seventh studio album, featuring ten new songs that pay homage to their home state, its musical legacy...

ALBUM REVIEW – Sons of Liberty – Aces and Eights

Southern-fried Brit-rockers Sons of Liberty play their cards right with their sophomore album ‘Aces and Eights’. The band raise the stakes with their explosive opener,...