ALBUM REVIEW: Dynazty – Final Advent

When I first heard DYNAZTY through their album The Firesign, I didn’t know what it was but I couldn’t get into it. No matter how many times I had listened to it. When The Dark Delight came out in 2020, that was the album that hooked me onto this band’s bold and strong sounds. Final … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Dynazty – Final Advent

ALBUM REVIEW: Anthea – Tales Untold

Progressive Symphonic metallers ANTHEA are back with a mighty follow up to their 2020 debut Illusion. I reviewed Illusion which you can read by clicking here. I remember liking it a lot. The moment I pressed play on Tales Untold, I was quickly reminded why I was blown away the first time round. Tales Untold … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Anthea – Tales Untold

ALBUM REVIEW: Thundermother – Black And Gold

2022 is the summer that we never had and if you’re looking for a soundtrack for the ultimate summer then look no further than THUNDERMOTHER’S upcoming album, Black and Gold. Black and Gold is THUNDERMOTHER’S fourth album and doesn’t do much to experiment with what they’ve done before but that’s okay because they know who … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Thundermother – Black And Gold

EP REVIEW: Fate of the Fallen – Purify

Everyone knows that metal has its foundations within the industrial factories surrounded by smoke, steam and steel. Not bound solely to the Midlands, industrial towns and cities across the UK have always spawned additional bands into the maelstrom over the course of time. Now from the Northwest of England comes a new beast by the … Continue reading EP REVIEW: Fate of the Fallen – Purify

ALBUM REVIEW: Warlock A.D. – Book I: The Resurrection

WARLOCK A.D. are due to make their festival debut in nearly a month’s time; to give you a taste of what to expect, they released their first chapter Book I:  The Resurrection. It’s a collection of their tales about their many adventures across the infinite multiverse. Prepare yourselves for a mighty quest with this new … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Warlock A.D. – Book I: The Resurrection

ALBUM REVIEW: Fellowship – The Saberlight Chronicles

I had no idea what quillbadgers and Death Wizards were until I experienced the words and sounds of The Saberlight Chronicles. This is the debut tale from new adventurers FELLOWSHIP; based on a novel written by lead vocalist Matthew Corry, it is a story that you will want to immerse yourself to. Let me spin … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Fellowship – The Saberlight Chronicles

ALBUM REVIEW: Beth Blade And The Beautiful Disasters – Mythos, Confession, Tragedies And Love

It was in 2019 I first came across BETH BLADE AND THE BEAUTIFUL DISASTERS; they had just released their album Show Me Your Teeth and was instantly infected by the energy and undying passion that came across so brilliantly in their no-nonsense sound. They are now due to release their latest record Mythos, Confession, Tragedies … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Beth Blade And The Beautiful Disasters – Mythos, Confession, Tragedies And Love

ALBUM REVIEW: Victorius – Dinosaur Warfare Pt.2 – The Great Ninja War!

Dinosaurs, Ninjas and Power Metal? If this makes you as excited as I am then you are going to love this! Step into an alternate reality where humanity is under attack by an evil space ninja clan. Our protectors: the mystical and magical Dinogods. Herein lies the next instalment from VICTORIUS with their new album … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Victorius – Dinosaur Warfare Pt.2 – The Great Ninja War!

ALBUM REVIEW: Wind Rose – Warfront

Deep in the mines, metal dwarven clan WIND ROSE have been hard at work. Warfront is the latest treasure they are ready to share with long time members of their clan and new adventures eager to join. The hard work has paid off immensely with this record. Let me explain. It starts of with Of … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Wind Rose – Warfront

ALBUM REVIEW: Def Leppard – Diamond Star Halos

It’s been almost a year since the mighty DEF LEPPARD released their Volume Three boxset which contained studio albums from the 2000’s along with some unreleased content. This consisted of some covers from their influences and some recordings of these performed live too. On the back of this the band drawn from their inspirations and … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Def Leppard – Diamond Star Halos