Category Archives: Music Reviews

Metal Review: Graves at Sea – The Curse That Is (2016)

Graves at Sea - The Curse That Is

Portland, Oregon’s Graves at Sea is simply an exciting band. They are not re-inventing the wheel, but they have picked their niche and they are going to perform their task exquisitely in order to get their point across. The cult doom/sludge band has finally released their long-awaited debut full-length, The Curse That Is,  and it is

Metal Review: Doomsday Ceremony – Black Heart (2016)

Doomsday Ceremony - Black Heart

Brazil’s black metal troupe Doomsday Ceremony is back with their sophomore effort, Black Heart. The band has been around since 2000, but have not had much output in their tenure. Hopefully, their latest release will change that. The opening track, “Vultures of War,” shows that the band has musical talent showing off some nice lead

Metal Review: Anthrax – For All Kings (2016)

Anthrax - For All Kings

To all of the people who think that Anthrax did not belong in the Big Four, they have forgotten how big the band was at one point. There is no denying that they were far bigger than Exodus, Testament and especially Overkill, who seem to be the three most often referred to bands when this

Metal Review: Coffin Lust – Manifestation of Inner Darkness (2016)

Coffin Lust - Manifestation of Inner Darkness

Australian death metal tyrants Coffin Lust features J.R. and P.W. who hail from bands such as Nocturnal Graves, Denouncement Pyre, Destruktor, among others, so they are not newcomers to the genre. With Manifestation of Inner Darkness, the band shows that they mean business. As you would expect from the song titles, Coffin Lust’s deep dark

Metal Review: Iron Mask – Shadow of the Red Baron (2016)

Iron Mask - Shadow of the Red Baron

Belgian power metal outfit Iron Mask is back with a re-release of their third studio album, Shadow of the Red Baron, a collection of 11 tracks showcasing the band’s prowess. The re-released version includes an additional two tracks as well. The album opens with the title track, “Shadow of the Red Baron,” which hits the

Metal Review: Destroyer 666 – Wildfire (2016)

Soon - Vol. 1

Australian black/thrash metal veterans Destroyer 666 are back with their latest opus, Wildfire, and guess what? It kicks ass as we have come to expect from this powerhouse. The chunky riffs that the band has brought to the table in their time are no less impactful with Wildfire The opening track, “Traitor,” is as vicious

Music Review: Soon – Vol. 1 (2015)

Soon - Vol. 1

Chapel Hill, North Carolina psychological doom act Soon have released their debut effort, Vol. 1, via Temple of Torturous and it is a hypnotic collection of tracks offering layered intricacy and sounds not too often heard these days. The album opens with “We Are on Your Side,” which is a hypnotic piece featuring some great

Music Reviews-Tracy Shedd-Arizona….7Horse-Livin in a Bitch of a World…Tanika Tikaram-Closer to the People

Review-I have been diving deep into the indie pool of music and discovered some interesting sounds. First up, we have a young lady named Tracy Shedd. I discovered a cover of Sonic Youth’s Teenage Riot and fell in love with this sultry voice and said, “ I got to see what she is all about”.

Music Review-Joe Lynn Turner-Street of Dreams – Boston 1985 Live

Track List: 1. I Found Love 2. Losing You 3. Soul Searcher 4. Young Hearts 5. Endlessly 6. Rescue You 7. Stone Cold 8. Street Of Dreams 9. Feel The Fire 10. Guitar Solo / Good Girls Gone Bad 11. Get Tough 12. On The Run 13. Them Changes Review-If you were to ask me

Music Review-Onyria-Break The Silence

1. Sleep no More 2. Revenge 3. Prisoner of Mind 4. Fake 5. My Addiction 6. Save me From the End 7. Damned 8. Afterlife 9. Lagrimas de Cinixiu 10. Don’t Forget Me Review-Most recently on the Bandcamp website, I discovered this compilation named Metal Divas. What this compilation offers is some cutting edge new