Album Reviews

The greatest selection of albums, reviewed and rated

Witch Mountain – Witch Mountain

Witch Mountain return from a three year break with their spellbinding new album ‘Witch Mountain’ The band not only return with new material but also with fresh blood amongst the...
Anthrax - Kings Among Scotland

Anthrax – Kings Among Scotland

As live albums go this is as damn near as good as being at the gig itself as Anthrax thrash their hearts out to a vociferous crowd at the...

DeWolff – Thrust

DeWolff are a Dutch band, from the town of Geleen, right in the South of the country near Maastricht. They're a three-piece psychedelic rock band that formed in 2007....

Scream serenity – Eye of the storm

Eye of the storm is the debut album from British band Scream Serenity. Based in East Anglia, they've released a debut album that's both heavy and commercial - not...

The Exploding Boy – Alarms

The exploding boy are a Dark Indie band from Stockholm, Sweden. Alarms is their 5th studio album, but in the UK they're still fairly unknown. Dark Indie - a...

Bonfire – Temple of lies

German rock band Bonfire have been around since 1986 (a decade or so longer if you count the band Cacumen which evolved into Bonfire), and over that time have...

Gus G – Fearless

For his new album, Fearless, Gus G has gone with a power-trio setup, working with Dennis Ward (Pink Cream 69/Unisonic), not only as producer, but also playing bass and...

Black Stone Cherry – Family Tree

Black Stone Cherry are releasing their new album - Family Tree on 20th April. It's their sixth studio album - their first was released 12 years ago. Like me,...

Soom – Djebars

Soom push the boundaries of Stoner Doom with the excellent ‘Djebars’ Hailing from the Ukraine, Soom are a band that many of you may be completely unfamiliar with, especially if...

Behemoth – Messe Noire: Live Satanist

Few bands are as revered in extreme music today as Behemoth. The black metal titans had been at the forefront of the genre for years anyway, but 2014's titanic The...