Tag Archives: Review

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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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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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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Bang Bang Firecracker-Hear Evil-EP Review-Planetmosh.

Welcome back Bang Bang Firecracker who have returned with the Hear Evil EP,released on May 22nd 2022, part two that follows part one, See Evil in July 2021 of the trilogy See Evil, Hear Evil and Speak Evil. It’s another full on release from the Stoke based trio who kick …

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White Spirit-Runaway-Single Review-Planetmosh.

Purchase links to ‘Runaway’ and other band info are here :- http://white-spirit.co.uk/ I https://www.facebook.com/White-spirit-442344595808862 Back in the late 1970’s a genre of music called NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal) came to be via Sounds magazine (which went on to be known as Kerrang). One of these bands were …

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Motor City Murder-187BPM-EP Review-Planetmosh.

At first glance you may think this has something to do with Ted Nugent (Motorcity Madhouse) but it’s the debut EP 187BPM just released by Bradford based noisemongers Motor City Murder. The three songs here rage hard and heavy, point proven by opener ‘St.Gabrielle’ as a wah-wah howled intro heads …

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Kira Mac-Dead Man Walking-Single Review-Planetmosh.

Kira Mac, a new band to me but already early in their career being championed by Planet Rock radio. Their debut single ‘One Way Ticket’ now sees them make the return journey with their second recently released single ‘Dead Man Walking’ on all streaming platforms. Dubbed as “Blues-rock on steroids” …

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Anvil-Take A Lesson-Single Review-Planetmosh.

It’s time to take a lesson off Lips from Anvil as they unleash ‘Take A Lesson’, the second single taken from their upcoming studio album Impact Is Imminent due to be released via AFM Records on May 20th 2022. Formed in Toronto, Ontario 1978, if anyone can warn of the …

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Dan Patlansky with special guest Arielle, live review

Dan Patlansky with special guest Arielle, live review at The Brudenell Social Club Leeds, April 08 2022 Tonight sees a tale of two blues continents, with award-winning South African singer/rock-blues guitarist Dan Patlansky and Californian writer, guitarist, and vocalist Arielle. Both guitar meisters in their own right are finally out …

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Tankard – For A Thousand Beers – Album Review – Planetmosh.

Rewind to 1988 to my tape trading days as a fellow trader from Germany sent me The Morning After album by a band called Tankard. It was all thrilling thrash metal but they had a punk edge to, point proven by the stone-cold classic song ‘Try Again’. Fast forward to …

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Tailgunner-Revolution Scream-Single Review-Planetmosh.

Following hot on the heels of their debut single ‘Guns For Hire’, Stoke On Trent based metallers Tailgunner reload for their sophomore release, ‘Revolution Scream’. They wear their influences on their sleeves (Iron Maiden, Helloween and Judas Priest). It’s a touch more melodic than the debut but as Ted Nugent …

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I Saw the World Burn – Sentience Part 2 – EP Review

Staffordshire’s I Saw the World Burn explode into the opening track of their 2 part album Sentience with “Echo Your Own”. It’s a brutal assault with a serious groove behind it. The screaming vocals sit in the mix bringing a sense of despair and yet after a couple of listens …

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