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Click to read the L.A. Guns - The Devil You Know music review

So L.A. Guns is back. But, you might ask, which L.A. Guns would it be? Yes, once more there are now two bands. Drummer Steve Riley is out on his own with his version. (Geez, this Great White bullshit gets old.) ... [ Read More ]

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Lance King - ReProgram Music Review

Lance King: ReProgram

Melodic Progressive Power Metal
5.0/5.0

Label owner, vocalist, and cosmic spiritual philosopher of heavy metal, Lance King returns with a new solo album, ReProgram. This is only his second solo album in... [ Read More ]

Alchemy - Dyadic Music Review

Alchemy: Dyadic

Melodic Hard Rock/AOR
4.5/5.0

The last we heard from Italy's Alchemy was 2016's Never Too Late. Since then the band has been busy, touring in their native Italy and surrounding countries ... [ Read More ]

The Treatment - Power Crazy Music Review

The Treatment: Power Crazy

Hard Rock
4.5/5.0

Comparisons being notoriously redundant, if I could pick an heir apparent to AC/DC and their working class, below the belt, boogie hard rock, it would be England's ... [ Read More ]

The End Machine 2019 Self-titled Debut Album Music Review

The End Machine: The End Machine

Melodic Hard Rock
4.0/5.0

We'll start with the Dragnet Joe Friday version: "Just the facts." The End Machine features Dokken veterans George Lynch (g), Jeff Pilson (b), and Mick Brown (d) with Warrant ... [ Read More ]

L.A. Guns - The Devil You Know Music Review

L.A. Guns: The Devil You Know

Melodic Hard Rock
5.0/5.0

So L.A. Guns is back. But, you might ask, which L.A. Guns would it be? Yes, once more there are now two bands. Drummer Steve Riley is out on his own with his ... [ Read More ]

Burning Rain - Face The Music Music Review

Burning Rain: Face The Music

Heavy Metal Rock
4.5/5.0

When they get around to it, vocalist Keith St John and guitarist Doug Aldrich drop another Burning Rain album. It's been six years since Epic Obsession. Now the guys ... [ Read More ]

The Mute Gods - Atheists And Believers Music Review

The Mute Gods: Atheists And Believers

Melodic Progressive Rock
4.5/5.0

Returning to mess with our minds, both musically and philosophically, is the prog rock trio The Mute Gods with their third album in a trilogy, Atheists And Believers ... [ Read More ]

Scarlet Aura - Hot N Heavy Music Review

Scarlet Aura: Hot N Heavy

Heavy Metal Rock
3.0/5.0

Coming off tours with Rhapsody in Europe and Angra in North America in 2018, Romania's Scarlet Aura returns with third long player, Hot N Heavy. The band ... [ Read More ]

RPWL - Tales From Outer Space Music Review

RPWL: Tales From Outer Space

Melodic Progressive Rock
5.0/5.0

While we haven't had an album of original material since 2014's Wanted, Germany's RPWL has definitely been busy. Bowing somewhat to comparisons, the band channeled ... [ Read More ]


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Click to read the Amorettes - Born To Break music CD Album review

The gender barrier in rock music was broken decades ago. Following in the tradition and inspiration of bands such as The Runaways, Girlschool, and The Donnas is Scotland's power trio The Amorettes. They've ... [ Read More ]

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Created in the fall of 2006 by Craig Hartranft, Dangerdog Music Reviews is an international music review blog, offering reviews of melodic heavy metal and hard rock, progressive metal, progressive rock, AOR and their various sub-genres. The key word is melodic. If you're interested in hardcore or extreme metal, you've come to the wrong place. Pictured above with Craig, Lily the Little Black Dangerdog.