Album Reviews

The greatest selection of albums, reviewed and rated

The Sticky Boys – This is Rock’n’roll

The Sticky Boys are a French rock band that was formed in 2008 when when Tom (drums) and Alex ( guitar/ vocals) decided to put an end to all...

Katana – Storms of war

Swedish heavy metal band Katana had a very busy 2011.  They released their debut album (Heads will roll), they toured with bands including  "Where Angels Suffer", featuring Chris Holmes...

Moonloop – Deeply from the earth

Founded in Barcelona in 2001, Spanish Metal band Moonloop play progressive death metal (think Gojira and early Opeth).  Unusually these days, Moonloop are a band who have kept their...

Hard Riot – Living on a Fast Lane (cd)

    "Turn On The Lights... Ready To Rock!" - That is the heart and soul of Hard Riot. They elate their audience with heavy riffs, a powerful stage performance and a...

Skam – It’s Come to This…cd

I first heard Skam on the latest The Answer/The Union tour when it hit Manchester, and what I heard was good, I had missed a lot of their set...

Legion Of The Damned – Malevolent Rapture,In Memory Of.

This is not a new release by Dutch band Legion Of  The Damned but a re-release of their debut album  Malevolent Rapture  ( they had 5 albums released  under...

Children of Bodom – Holiday At Lake Bodom (15 Years of Wasted Youth)

I don’t normally agree with the idea of “best of” albums as I feel that they are more of an excuse to release something when a band can’t think...

Blood Loss – The Struggle CD review

In this day and age there are so many bands trying to sound like bands such as: As I Lay Dying, All That Remains and Shadows Fall and the...

Lionheart “Undisputed” Review

 At some point during the recording of this album the band must have took a step back and thought wow, this is something special. ‘Built to Struggle’ is the...

Zero Degree, ‘Surreal World’ cd review.

  Being a big fan of the Melodic Death Metal genre I was really looking forward to hearing this debut offering from one of Germany’s most promising bands for some...