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

WORDS FROM THE TEAM: Lotty’s Album Of The Month May 2022

Visions Of Atlantis - Pirates My choice for May's album of the month was a no brainer for me. The moment I signed up to VISIONS OF ATLANTIS' latest voyage Pirates, I knew this was an experience I wanted to embark upon time and time again. In terms of tying this in with the theme … Continue reading WORDS FROM THE TEAM: Lotty’s Album Of The Month May 2022

ALBUM REVIEW: Angel Nation – Antares

It’s been five years since Aeon was released, so it’s easy to see why ANGEL NATION’s upcoming offering Antares is highly anticipated. After listening to this release, I can confidently say long time fans will be rejoicing and new listeners will add this to their collection. Antares is a collection of different elements that will … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Angel Nation – Antares

ALBUM REVIEW: Shewolf – SheWolf

Return once more to the wilderness. Embrace your inner wolf, be that much more primal, and join SHEWOLF across the wilderness that is their debut self-titled album. There is certainly the element of theatrical mystery and mystique about SHEWOLF. The line-up consists of Angel Wolf-Black as The Shaman who is joined by her wolfpack: The … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Shewolf – SheWolf

ALBUM REVIEW: Moonlight Haze – Animus

MOONLIGHT HAZE have been around for a little while now and it’s only recently I have come across them. They are due to release their third studio album Animus and judging from the sounds of this work of art, it’s easy to see why they have been labelled uprising Symphonic Power Metal stars. It wastes … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Moonlight Haze – Animus

ALBUM REVIEW: Crusade Of Bards – Tales Of The Seven Seas

Are you ready for a voyage of discovery and wonder? No one ever is but trust me, you will want to be a part of this journey. CRUSADE OF BARDS are due to release their latest account Tales Of The Seven Seas and it is one to experience. Pirates Of The Caribbean comes to mind … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Crusade Of Bards – Tales Of The Seven Seas

ALBUM REVIEW: Glasya – Attarghan

GLASYA have been on the scene since 2017 and I have recently come across them. They are being hailed uprising visionaries of the Mediterranean Symphonic metal scene and judging from the stunning sounds from their upcoming tale Attarghan, it’s easy to see why that is. The title track contains opening narration with dramatic symphonies and … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Glasya – Attarghan

ALBUM REVIEW: Nocturna – Daughters Of The Night

There is excitement and a buzz around new Symphonic Power Metal outfit NOCTURNA and judging from the strong sounds of their stunning debut Daughters Of The Night, it’s easy to see why. The year has barely begun and fans of the genre already have a new band to add to their music collections. Powerful vocals, … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Nocturna – Daughters Of The Night

“each one of us brought their background on the plate and we mixed all the elements”

The year has just begun and NOCTURNA have been hailed as a new Euro Metal Sensation. Judging from the sounds of their upcoming debut Daughters Of The Night, that statement is completely justified. Rock Out Stand Out's Lotty Whittingham and Martin White sent some questions to one of the vocalists Rehn Stillnight. Find out what … Continue reading “each one of us brought their background on the plate and we mixed all the elements”

“The only thing I would say to everyone is be nice to each other and listen to metal”

MANORA released their debut album a couple of months ago and it's understandably receiving rave reviews from fans and critics alike. Rock Out Stand Out's Lotty Whittingham spoke to guitarist Ivo Visser and keyboardist Arthur Stok about how the pandemic impacted their recording, the album and mental health. For those who haven't heard Manora before, … Continue reading “The only thing I would say to everyone is be nice to each other and listen to metal”