ALBUM REVIEW: Dominia – The Withering Of The Rose

During my time within the metal community, there is one thing I have found to be true. Beauty can be found in the darkest places and a band that fits this statement is Russian Gothic Doom Metallers DOMINIA. They are set to release their fourth studio album The Withering Of The Rose that full of … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Dominia – The Withering Of The Rose

ALBUM REVIEW: Terry Draper – Sunset On Mars

I’m a progressive music fan; progressive rock is awesome, progressive metal is excellent. I’ll even dabble in the avant-garde when the mood should take me. But I don’t think I’ve ever experienced progressive pop. Or have I? Back in 1976 the band KLAATU released a song called Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft, it reached number … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Terry Draper – Sunset On Mars

ALBUM REVIEW: The Inspector Cluzo – Brothers In Ideals

It’s only natural when you see the name THE INSPECTOR CLUZO, you associate it with the famous sleuthing detective from The Pink Panther series. Only this time it’s not him solving the mystery. Listening to their upcoming album Brothers In Ideals and some of their backlog, I am finding their unusual sound intriguing. It’s different … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: The Inspector Cluzo – Brothers In Ideals

ALBUM REVIEW: Erdling – Yggdrasil

Listeners explore this haunting, lyrical feast from the heart of nature and the soul that is Yggdrasil. ERDLING produce the music suited for the pagan rock genre. Yggdrasil is inspired by Nordic mythology, it was part of the band emblem from the very first day. Now ERDLING dedicated their fourth album to this symbol. To … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Erdling – Yggdrasil

ALBUM REVIEW: Melomaniak – El Adversario

El Adversario is the second album from Chilean heavy metal band MELOMANIAK, compiling of 12 tracks, with a run-time of 40 minutes. Never having had the pleasure of listening to MELOMANIAK previously, I had no idea how much of a punch this band would pack - and that is quite a big one. El Adversario … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Melomaniak – El Adversario

ALBUM REVIEW: Brothers Of Metal – Emblas Saga

Mask yourselves in war paint, don your strongest armour and prepare yourselves for battle. BROTHERS OF METAL are back with a brand-new quest and they are looking for warriors to partake in this adventure with them. Like their previous escapade Prophecy Of Ragnarök, Emblas Saga is a mighty tale. These Swedish warriors head straight for … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Brothers Of Metal – Emblas Saga

ALBUM REVIEW: War Dogs – Die By My Sword

Rock and heavy metal fans! Welcome to the latest album by WAR DOGS! This is stunningly orchestrated masterpiece is addictive enough to sink your teeth into. The band are due to release their upcoming album Die By My Sword in a matter of days. This listening journey starts with the following up-tempo title track. The … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: War Dogs – Die By My Sword

ALBUM REVIEW: Cattle Decapitation – Death Atlas

CATTLE DECAPITATION are a band from San Diego, California. Their latest release Death Atlas follows 2015’s critically acclaimed album The Anthropocene Extinction which followed 2012’s critically acclaimed album Monolith Of Inhumanity. All I’m saying is that they have a track record of having amazing releases again and again. This album is no different, in fact, … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Cattle Decapitation – Death Atlas

EP REVIEW: Tribe Of Ghosts – 1

In a month that’s saturated with sounds from Mariah Carey, Michael Bublé and WHAM, I do admire bands that release new material during the festive month. Brighton based TRIBE OF GHOSTS released their debut EP 1 today and judging from the strong sounds, the new year is not going to know what hit them. TRIBE … Continue reading EP REVIEW: Tribe Of Ghosts – 1