Born in the '70s and raised with the sounds of the heavy metal and hard rock legends. Currently working at No Remorse Records, in the past he has written for magazines and newspapers about the art of film, while working for construction companies. Dead serious and happiest with a cup of coffee and music on the go
These guys, from Oregon, USA, have a great evolution and you won’t believe how good their third album is. ‘Night Hides The World’ is diverse and full of catchy, feel-good melodies. It might bring you in mind to a few of the (real) greats in metal, from bits of the … Read More
Founding guitarist Brian Tatler is the only surviving member from the glorious NWOBHM years, when Diamond Head were one of the best bands of the movement. So, you have a glimpse here of the landmark diamond guitars that made the band so unique, but you’re missing the emotional aura of … Read More
Doom Metal has its roots way back in early ’70s and Black Sabbath (the masters of all), followed by bands like Pentagram, Trouble and Saint Vitus. But the origins of epic doom metal are traced back to ‘Epicus Doomicus Metallicus’ of Candlemass, who along with Solitude Aeturnus, are the most … Read More
With six albums in almost a decade, these Greek thrashers are definitely one of the most hard-working bands out there and deserve every single praise they have been given. Especially when its coming for someone like Mille Petrozza (Kreator) who considers them as one of the best new … Read More
This is the second full-length album from these Spanish stallions and if their debut was literally the ‘First Strike’ (with the devil), this puts the listener in a, literal, state of shock. After countless live shows (for a young band) across many countries, the band are forged in the … Read More
Metal Church, a band with one of the best names in heavy metal returns in full glory, with Mike Howe (1988 – 1994) holding the mic again, exposing his iron lungs for the metal masses. There’s always a touch of doubt when (especially) a singer returns from long “retirement” because the … Read More
A third album from these Italian warmongers that worship Venom, Hellhammer, Celtic Frost and Manowar. Seven harsh tracks filled with blood and sweat, deathly roars, early black and thrash influences and a NWOBHM touch in the vein of Atomkraft. There is a strong epic vibe in the opener ‘Bridgeburner’ … Read More
Well, that’s what you call the definition of obscure metal! Originally released back in 1986 on vinyl only, this is a pure underground classic from the land of the rising sun. We all know that Japan has a timeless love for anything neoclassical and Breeze Least deliver a vibe of … Read More
Doom metal is perhaps the hardest sub-genre of our precious music sphere to get right. It really needs spirit and true passion to achieve the right result. Hailing from Greece, The Temple, understanding this completely, joined the most perfect label in the contemporary doom universe for their debut full-length album.
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Born out of the West Coast thrash metal scene of the ’80s, Metal Church quickly became one of the standout talents of US metal. The journey started in 1982 and after all these years, countless line-up changes and some of the best US metal albums, singer Mike Howe (1988 – … Read More
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