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The Vicious Head Society - Abject Tomorrow CD Album Review

The Vicious Head Society: Abject Tomorrow

Progressive Metal

Somewhere in the wilds and loughs of Ireland, a young man hones his guitar skills and begins writing original music, all the while tutoring other students in the same ... [ Read More ]

Stormage - Dead Of Night CD Album Review

Stormage: Dead Of Night

Heavy/Power Metal

Straight out of the "where have they been all these years" file is German power metal band Stormage. They haven't dropped a new studio album in ten years. Although ... [ Read More ]

Sinner Tequila Suicide CD Album Review

Sinner: Tequila Suicide

Melodic Hard Rock/Metal

Mat Sinner is both an icon and legend in the German, and the larger European, hard rock and heavy metal scene. Cranking out music since 1982, Sinner is an ... [ Read More ]

White Willow - Future Hopes CD Album Review

White Willow: Future Hopes

Melodic Progressive Rock

After an absence of six years, Norway's White Willow returns with a new album, Future Hopes. Formed by multi-instrumentalists Jacob Holm-Lupo and Mattias ... [ Read More ]

One Desire Self-titled Debut 2017 CD Album Review

One Desire: One Desire

Melodic Hard Rock/AOR

Drummer Ossi Sivula, the creator of Finland's One Desire, said his aim for the new band was "to create music that could change the world." That's a bold statement ... [ Read More ]

Night Ranger - Don't Let Up CD Album Review

Night Ranger: Don't Let Up

Melodic Hard Rock/AOR

Age is just a number. You're never too old to rock n roll. You can't teach an old dog new tricks. Let's just skip that one. Night Ranger, the music video kings of the ... [ Read More ]

Osukaru - The Labyrinth CD Album Review

Osukaru: The Labyrinth

AOR/Melodic Hard Rock

While the movie bombed in the theaters in 1986, Labyrinth has become an enduring cult favorite. Featuring a young Jennifer Connelly (Beautiful Mind, et al) ... [ Read More ]

Lioncage - The Second Strike CD Album Review

Lioncage: The Second Strike

AOR Melodic Rock

A band formed around three guys having beers at an European rock festival should have some promise, even success. That's how it began for Thorsten Bertermann (vocals) ... [ Read More ]

Jupiter Falls - Faces In The Sand Part One CD Album Review

Jupiter Falls: Faces In The Sand Part One

Melodic Hard Rock/Heavy Metal

Some four years on from their first album, the successful Revolution, Leeds band Jupiter Falls returns with their second long player, Faces In The Sand Part One ... [ Read More ]

Hydrogyn - Redemption CD Album Review

Hydrogyn: Redemption

Modern Heavy Metal

Changes were apparently brewing in the Hydrogyn camp a few years back. After releasing the 2014 EP Break The Chains, the band returned to the studio to work ... [ Read More ]

House Of Lords - Saint Of Lost Souls CD Album Review

House Of Lords Saint Of Lost Souls

Melodic Hard Rock/AOR

Since rebounding and regrouping at the turn of the century, James Christian and House Of Lords have been consistently releasing albums since 2004's The Power ... [ Read More ]

Dirty White Boyz - Down And Dirty CD Album Review

Dirty White Boyz: Down And Dirty

Melodic Hard Rock/Metal

What was once intended to be a solo album morphed into a brand new band. Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Tony Mitchell (Kiss of the Gypsy, Kingdom of Deadmen) ... [ Read More ] - New fiction, crime fiction by Craig Hartranft
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Click to read the One Desire 2017 Debut CD Album review

Drummer Ossi Sivula, the creator of Finland's One Desire, said his aim for the new band was "to create music that could change the world." That's a bold statement, potentially putting you in the company of Elvis ... [ Read More ]

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Click to read the Endless - The Truth The Chaos The Insanity Album review

The history of Brazil's Endless dates back better than 20 years, and includes two early albums at the turn of the century, only to be followed by some chaotic times. But now ten years from their last album, Endless is resurrected with new enthusiasm and a third album, The Truth ... [ Read More ]