Dennis Jarman

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

When Rivers Meet-He’ll Drive You Crazy (Radio Edit)-Single Review-Planetmosh.

Album links, tour dates and band info are here :- https://whenriversmeet.co.uk/ I https://www.facebook.com/whenriversmeet 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 When Rivers Meet return on a wave of fury with their latest single ‘He’ll Drive You Crazy (Radio Edit)’, taken from their second studio album Saving Grace. It coincides …

Read More »

Tysondog-Midnight-Single Review-Planetmosh.

As Ted Nugent once said many years ago, “You can’t keep a good a dog off your leg” which rings true for NWOBHM stalwarts Tysondog as they crash into 2022 with recently released new single ‘Midnight’, title track of a new studio album due out on April 29th via From …

Read More »

Matt Pearce And The Mutiny-Got A Thing Going On-Single Review-Planetmosh.

Coincidentally released on Valentines Day, ‘Got A Thing Going On’, latest single from Matt Pearce And The Mutiny is four feisty testosterone fuelled minutes of rock and roll vibes whipped up even more by a catchy main riff and the near the knuckle raunchy lyrics. It’s the first single taken …

Read More »

Future Primitives-Cause And Effect-Single Review-Planetmosh.

All hail the return of Lex! Not Supermans arch rival Lex Luthor but Lex Giggs (more of a superhero than a villain) vocalist with London based band Future Primitives, a trio with Katie Green on bass guitar and drum machinations and Rob Alexander on guitar and production. Lockdown brought them …

Read More »

Absolva-Fire In The Sky-Album Review-Planetmosh

Do you need your heavy metal fix solved? Then look no further as Manchester based Absolva will solve it with their latest studio album Fire In The Sky, due to be released via Rocksector Records on Feb. 18th 2022. Luke Appleton has returned to the band to make for a …

Read More »

Jesse’s Divide-Thirteen Steps-Album Review-Planetmosh.

Staffordshire based noise mongers Jesse’s Divide have not quite outdone Guns And Roses for the eagerly awaited album award but ten years is a helluva long time for their debut studio album Thirteen Steps. Thankfully its eleven scintillating tracks are well worth the wait, point proven by opening track ‘Bad …

Read More »

Death On Fire-The Dying Light 7″ Single Review-Planetmosh.

Midwest death metal band Death On Fire unleash a 7″ vinyl single/tee shirt bundle titled The Dying Light due for release on February 18th 2022. It’s a taster for a soon to be released studio album Burial Hymns. The band were formed in 2016 by lead vocalist/guitarist Tim Kenefic and …

Read More »

Elles Bailey-Shining In The Half Light-Album Review-Planetmosh.

I first came across Elles Bailey from a track called ‘Woman Like Me’ that featured on The Official New Wave Of Classic Rock – Volume 1 album in 2021, a beautiful ballad to say the least and I was completely hooked when I heard her single ‘The Game’. So fast …

Read More »

Dead Demons-Another Space In Time-Single Review-Planetmosh.

Following on from their four track E.P Mortuus Daemonia released in August 2020, South Yorkshire band Dead Demons unearth their latest single Another Space In Time on March 1st 2022. It’s a five minute epic composed of two parts. The first half opens with an intro of gently picked guitar …

Read More »

Dead Harts-Black Coast-Hell Can Wait-Hellbound- Live Review- Stoke Underground-Planetmosh

Last minute gigs are always welcome, especially one of this calibre as a usual boring Thursday night at work was swopped for a cancelled gig in Cardiff that resulted in four amazing bands playing at the Underground in Stoke and they were that good they are now the new Fantastic …

Read More »

The Autumn Killers-Social Animals Single Review-Planetmosh

With their Darkside album released in September 2021, South Wales based The Autumn Killers took a completely different path to their previous style as they introduced a more technological approach to the twelve tracks that blew me away on the first listen and on March 4th 2022 they release ‘Social …

Read More »

Praying Mantis-Katharsis Album Review-Planetmosh

For almost fifty years now, London formed melodic rockers Praying Mantis are still delivering quality music, point proven by their latest studio album Katharsis released via Frontiers Music s.r.l on January 28th 2022. Eleven tracks of the highest order begin with ‘Cry For Nations’ that take us on this musical …

Read More »

The Damn Truth-Only Love Single Review-Planetmosh

2021 was an excellent year for me discovering new music and the major highlight came from Montreal based The Damn Truth with their third album Now Or Nowhere that crossed the line between rock and roll tinged with psychedelia. 2022 sees them returning to the UK in February as support …

Read More »

Elles Bailey-The Game Single Review-Planetmosh

You can see why Elles Bailey was named artist of the year at the UK blues awards 2020/2021 judging by the quality of her latest single ‘The Game’, the fourth single taken from her upcoming studio album Shining In The Half Light, released on Earache Records February 25th 2022. The …

Read More »

Scarlet Rebels – See Through Blue Album Review – Planetmosh

With the pandemic etc. disrupting our lives it doesn’t seem like two and a half years since Scarlet Rebels not just released but unleashed their debut album Show Your Colours containing a whopping fourteen songs hammered out by a three guitar line up and thankfully they still hit hard and …

Read More »

Lawnmower Deth – Blunt Cutters Album Review – Planetmosh

Formed or spewed up in Ravenshead, Nottinghamshire in 1987, not quite right in the head thrash metal band Lawnmower Deth seem to have caught the eyes and ears of Classic Rock mag and Metal Hammer with some well earned praise so I’ll do the same by reviewing their thrashterpiece new …

Read More »

Tailgunner-Guns For Hire Single Review-Planetmosh

Now this is the way to start a new year as England based thrashers Tailgunner rip through their debut single ‘Guns For Hire’ fast and furiously in just over three fiery minutes to take our minds off all the shit that is currently going on to prove that music is …

Read More »

Kreator- Violent Revolution Album Review- Planetmosh

Well it looks like my first review of 2022 is going to be a heavy one as Kreator celebrate the twentieth anniversary of their Violent Revolution album by re-issuing it with a mind and ear boggling array of different formats on January 21st 2022 via Nuclear Blast Records. Since forming …

Read More »

Demonstealer – The Holocene Termination EP Review – Planetmosh

One of the three guises of Sahil Makhija is Demonstealer who have just released their second astonishing EP The Holocene Termination. Over the last twenty years he has pushed the boundaries of Indian metal Worldwide with Demonstealer and Demonic Resurrection. This four track firestorm rages hard, leaving me breathless at …

Read More »

Disconnected Souls – Petrichor Single Review- Planetmosh

Eschewing from my usual heavy metal reviews, I thought for this Christmas Eve I’d tackle something not so straightforward and my train of thought lead me to Chester based Disconnected Souls who have recently released their stunning new single ‘Petrichor’. Petrichor is actually a natural phenomenon, a distinctive Earthly scent …

Read More »