The back story to Canadian band Saracin's appearance is rather brief. The band dates to the mid-Eighties with one EP to their name, 1987'sLay Down Your Guns. ... [ Read More ]
There's this scene in the old Blues Brothers movie, where Jake and Elwood arrive at their first post-prison gig at Bob's Country Bunker, a country bar. Elwood, after looking ... [ Read More ]
Former Ten keyboard player Ged Rylands returns with his Rage Of Angels project, The Devil's New Tricks, once more on the Escape Music label. It's also the case ... [ Read More ]
While Headspace probably known to most prog fans, All That You Fear Is Gone, their second album, is my first experience with the band. Headspace features some ... [ Read More ]
I'm not sure how Axevyper came up with their band, but it does sound very "metal." The Italian band has been active for seven and return with their third long-player ... [ Read More ]
Hardly an understatement for Anvil's sixteen studio album, Anvil Is Anvil is a definition. Anvil has been pretty doing the same thing, sounding the same way ... [ Read More ]
As the title suggests, the Lunar Prelude EP arrives in advance of new full-length album from symphonic metal band Delain scheduled also for this year. Perhaps ... [ Read More ]
Power metal is definitely in the fiber of German culture. Maybe not as deeply embedded as brats and beer, but it's there beneath the surface in the heavy metal ... [ Read More ]
Formed in 1999, Loudguns comes from Tampere Finland with their second album Sunset Runaway on Germany's Rock It Up Records label. But it arrives with some ... [ Read More ]
Organized in England by vocalist Nathan James (Trans-Siberian Orchestra), Inglorious is already receiving high praise from the UK music industry and press. The five piece band release their first album, simply self-titled, through Italy's Frontiers Music ... [ Read More ]
My childhood was safe and sane. No abuse and no traumas. I was surrounded by a large and loving family who taught me the importance of hard work and a meaningful education.
Ronnie James Dio
Lyrically I like to use themes that make the listener use his or her imagination, and to give a little of the lessons I've learned in my own life.
Ronnie James Dio
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