Dennis Jarman

Full time downtrodden album/gig reviewer and part time rock God!

White Spirit-Right Or Wrong-Album Review-Planetmosh

If ever a band could be described as a “Phoenix from the ashes”, Hartlepool, County Durham rockers White Spirit certainly fit that title! Formed in 1975 by Janick Gers and Graeme Crallan their 1980 debut single ‘Backs To The Grind’ on Neat Records got a lot of recognition from the …

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When Rivers Meet-The Flying Free Tour Live-Album Review-Planetmosh

Pre-sale links to the album, a headlining tour in October 2022 and other band info are here :- https://whenriversmeet.co.uk/ I https://www.thegigcartel.com/Artists-profiles/When-Rivers-Meet.htm I https://bit.ly/3GUTmoO I https://twitter.com/WhenRiversMeet I https://www.instagram.com/whenriversmeet/ I https://www.youtube.com/c/whenriversmeet I https://open.spotify.com/artist/3r4hYfzQA1yuQFEKMDJzJi So what do husband and wife duo Grace and Aaron Bond from When Rivers Meet do after completing their …

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White Tyger-This Is The Life-Album Review-Planetmosh

It looks like the time has come for West Midlands based rockers White Tyger to sharpen their claws and tear away their leanings from playing covers to be leaders of the pack with their overwhelming debut studio album This Is The Life released on Skum Town Records. Their style is …

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Starlite Campbell Band-Starlite Campbell Band Live-Album Review-Planetmosh

Now there are live albums and there are LIVE albums. The Starlite Campbell Band on July 22nd 2022 release their LIVE album Starlite Campbell Band Live on Supertone Records. Following on from their first two studio releases Blueberry Pie and The Language Of Curiosity this live album recorded at the …

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Massive Wagons-Fuck The Haters-Single Review-Planetmosh

Christmas 2022 will arrive early this year as Massive Wagons announce the release of a brand new studio album Triggered on October 28th via Earache Records with an early present under the tree from new single ‘Fuck The Haters’ taken from it, now available on all steaming platforms. The songs …

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Prowler-Reactivate-Album Review-Planetmosh

As Ted Nugent once said, “You can’t keep a good dog off your leg”, point proven by the welcome return of NWOBHM band Prowler who show they still have pedigree to reactivate themselves with the long awaited release of Reactivate via Cherry Red Records. Formed in Basildon, Essex in 1975 …

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Vice-For The Fallen-Album Review-Planetmosh

It’s been a helluva long wait for the brand new album For The Fallen by Vice, five years to be exact since unleashing their debut The First Chapter by the Bury based trio but it’s definitely worth waiting for as it’s on a par to be the heaviest I’ve heard …

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Black Rose-WTF-Album Review-Planetmosh

Welcome back to one of my favourite genres of music, the NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal) or as metal guru Geoff Barton recently quoted NENWOBHM (North East New Wave Of British Heavy Metal), such was the plethora of talent coming from that era that include Teeside based band …

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Vanitas-Vanitas EP Review-Planetmosh

I’m always looking for new genres of music to keep me on my toes so a big welcome goes to Vanitas, who describe themselves as ‘Cinematic Djent’ with their recently released self titled EP Vanitas. The Birmingham based five piece band played a well attended EP launch party gig on …

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Tysondog-Midnight-Album Review-Planetmosh

As Ted Nugent once said, “You can’t keep a good dog off your leg”, so welcome back Newcastle Upon Tyne metalheads Tysondog who prove they are best of breed with new studio album Midnight out now via From The Vaults and you would be barking mad not to buy it! …

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Dragonland-The Power Of The Nightstar-Single Review-Planetmosh

Purchase links to the single and band info are here :- https://bfan.link/the-power-of-the-nightstar-1 I https://linktr.ee/dragonlandband Power metal, overblown? Yes! Power metal, preposterous? Yes! Power metal, using every cliche in the book? Yes! Do we love power metal? YES! So welcome back Dragonland! Formed in 1999, Gothenburg, Sweden, they’re back with new …

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These Wicked Rivers-Rock The Railway-Event Review-Planetmosh.

I’ll admit to being late for the These Wicked Rivers party, having only seen them twice in a matter of weeks. Once at the Tivoli in Buckley giving Massive Wagons a hard act to follow and last night closing the Rock The Railway four day festival in Nantwich, part of …

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When Rivers Meet-I Can’t Fight This Feeling-Single Review-Planetmosh.

Welcome back husband and wife duo Grace and Adam Bond from When Rivers Meet with new single ‘I Can’t Fight This Feeling’ taken from their sophomore album Saving Grace. They’ve come a long way since their debut album We Fly Free, so much so that they’ve recently received some very …

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Jailbirds-The River-Single Review-Planetmosh.

Purchase links to the single and band info are here :- https://linktr.ee/jailbirds Welcome back for the long awaited return of the Australian/Irish riff macine Jailbirds. They hit hard and heavy with their 2019 debut album Great Escape and in the same year destroyed the Bloodstock Open Air Festival in the …

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Kreator-Hate Uber Alles-Album Review-Planetmosh.

Welcome back Kreator with brand new studio album Hate Uber Alles (Hate Above All) released today on Nuclear Blast Records. Their fifteenth release sees them firmly cement their rightful place in The Big Four Of German Thrash Metal. Formed in Essen, Germany 1982, two members of the original line up …

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Beth Blade And The Beautiful Disasters-Mythos,Confession,Tragedies And Love-Album Review-Planetmosh

Debut studio album Bad Habit and the follow up Show Me Your Teeth were two very impressive starts to the recorded career of Beth Blade And The Beautiful Disasters so fast forward to July 8th 2022 as they release the tongue twistingly titled Mythos, Confession, Tragedies And Love album via …

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Quartz-On The Edge Of No Tomorrow-Album-Review-Planetmosh.

Welcome back Quartz! Starting off as Bandy Legs when forming in Birmingham 1974, changing to Quartz in 1977 and releasing their debut album of the same name produced by Tony Iommi and they supported Black Sabbath on tour the same year. They have returned with a brand new album On …

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Ginger Wildheart And The Sinners-Wasted Times-Single Review-Planetmosh.

Purchase links to ‘Wasted Times’ and other band info are here :- https://gingerwildheartwcr.bandcamp.com/album/wasted-times I https://orcd.co/wastedtimes I https://www.facebook.com/gingersinners/?ref=page_internal Welcome back royalty! Rock royalty that is as Ginger Wildheart And The Sinners unleash ‘Wasted Times’ from a forthcoming new studio album via Wicked Cool Records. Judging by the quality here, no time …

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