Reviews

MAD HATTER’S DEN – Excelsior (Inverse Records)

MAD HATTER’S DEN – Excelsior (Inverse Records)

If Queensryche had come out of Finland, this is what they would have sounded like! - Read More

WISHING WELL – Chasing Rainbows (Inverse Records)

WISHING WELL – Chasing Rainbows (Inverse Records)

‘Chasing Rainbows’ revels in its authenticity, but still refuses to be easily pigeon-holed. - Read More

ANVIL – Anvil Is Anvil (SPV)

ANVIL – Anvil Is Anvil (SPV)

Anvil is as Anvil does, indeed… - Read More

MINDTECH – Edge Of The World (TriTech Music)

MINDTECH – Edge Of The World (TriTech Music)

It’s been a long time coming, but with ‘Edge Of The World’ Mindtech have delivered an EP worthy of their considerable talent. - Read More

DELAIN – Lunar Prelude (Napalm Records)

DELAIN – Lunar Prelude (Napalm Records)

The great news is that the musical juggernaut that is Delain shows no sign of slowing down. - Read More

IMPERIAL AGE – Warrior Race (Adulruna Records)

IMPERIAL AGE – Warrior Race (Adulruna Records)

Whether they’re trying to conjure up visions of their Tsarist homeland of a century ago, or predict a majestic and decadent society of a time to come is of little importance. - Read More

TYGERS OF PAN TANG – Noises From The Cathouse (Angel Air)

TYGERS OF PAN TANG – Noises From The Cathouse (Angel Air)

Originally released in 2003, ‘Noises From The Cathouse’ was the second post-reformation album by Whitley Bay’s finest. - Read More

SERENITY – Codex Atlanticus (Napalm Records)

SERENITY – Codex Atlanticus (Napalm Records)

Serenity have come a long way since they unveiled ‘Worlds Untold & Dreams Unlived’ back in 2007 - Read More

AXEL RUDI PELL – Game Of Sins (SPV)

AXEL RUDI PELL – Game Of Sins (SPV)

‘Game Of Sins’ takes the studio tally to sixteen and, as you might expect, is as consistently sharp and erudite as any of its predecessors. - Read More

JAMESON RAID – Still Life- Fast Moving DVD (Independent)

JAMESON RAID – Still Life- Fast Moving DVD (Independent)

After releasing one of the best albums of 2015, Jameson Raid have followed ‘Uninvited Guests’ with a double DVD package featuring the band’s original line-up of Terry Dark, Ian Smith, John Ace and Phil Kimberly. - Read More