Album Reviews

The greatest selection of albums, reviewed and rated

Lordi Sexorcism

Sexorcism is the 9th Studio release from Finnish Hard Rock Monsters Lordi and is said to be 'their most controversial album to date'. I was eager to give it...
Blitzkrieg-Judge-Not

Blitzkrieg – Judge Not

The NWOBHM movement throws up so many influencing bands, one of whom is Blitzkrieg, formed in 1980 with original vocalist Brian Ross still remaining. His haunting croon can be...

Bulletboys – From Out of the Skies

Bulletboys a Rock n Roll band from Hollywood, California were founded in 1988 by former members of King Kobra and Ratt. Thirty years later with more former members (see...
Godstone - Monument of One

Godstone – Monument Of One

Interestingly coming over with the angst of early Pitchshifter with pummeling grunge grooves, Godstone sound like a band destined for big things with their five track debut Monument Of...

Blackberry smoke – Find a light

Find a light is the sixth studio album from Blackberry smoke. I had to double check that when I first read it - it doesnt seem long since The...

Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow – Memories in rock II

In 2016, legendary guitarist Ritchie Blackmore made a long awaited return to rock after years of only playing folky medieval music with his band Blackmore’s night. He played a...

Beth Hart – Front and centre, Live in New York

In March last year, Beth Hart performed a special intimate show at the Iridium jazz club in New York - a venue that only holds less than 200 people,...

69 Chambers – Machine

69 Chambers return after a six year absence with their new album ‘Machine’ Can you believe that it’s six long years since ‘Torque’ burst through your speakers, what an album...
Ross The Boss - By Blood Sworn

Ross The Boss – By Blood Sworn

Due for release via AFM Records on April 20th 2018, once again Ross The Boss takes no prisoners with the no punches pulled album By Blood Sworn. Best known for...

Kid Klumsy – Spit ya dummy out!

Crash! Bang! Wallop! What was that sound?  Have Kid Klumsy dropped their balls and become conscientious men of punk rock?  No, is the simple answer, because these jelly babies...