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CD review DIABLO BLVD "Zero Hour"

CD review DIABLO BLVD "Zero Hour"

(7/10) Belgian metal outfit Diablo Blvd. debut in 2009 with “The Greater God”, an album that brought some darker metal up to surface. The sound reminded of bands like Danzig and some Type O’Negative, ending up on a debut that included a harsh sound and a gloomy atmosphere. Already at this early stage of the band, melodies played an important
CD review GRAVE PLEASURE "Motherblood"

CD review GRAVE PLEASURE "Motherblood"

(8/10) Finnish rock outfit Grave Pleasure delivers their soundtrack for the dark season like autumn and winter right in time. The third album of the band this Helsinki-based band is an important one, having an impact on the future direction of this rock outfit. Fortunately things look pretty good since “Motherblood” became a big one. Basically
Live review AVATARIUM / THE SLAYERKING, De Flux, Zaandam, 24.09.2017

Live review AVATARIUM / THE SLAYERKING, De Flux, Zaandam, 24.09.2017

Concerts on a Sunday night are always a challenge since it’s hard to get people to the venue, having a new work-week in front of them. However, the once that get out to a concert as a weekend-closer are the real and loyal fans who appreciate seeing their favorite band live on stage, listening to music they like. This goes very much for Avatarium
CD review BLACKFINGER "When Colors Fade Away"

CD review BLACKFINGER "When Colors Fade Away"

(8/10) The combination doom metal and Eric Wagner still works very well u-to-date. Wagner's voice enriched already earlier doom metal records, first and foremost to mention the Trouble releases that were and still are iconic classics in the slo-mo metal genre. However, next to Trouble, Wagner was always involved in other bands and projects too. The
SANTA CRUZ unveils a new video

SANTA CRUZ unveils a new video

The youth is hungry for more! Like the phoenix rising from the ashes, the Finnish hot rockin’ sensation Santa Cruz is back with a career-defining third album in their flight cases and a video for their brand new single Young Blood Rising: Long hair, tattooed skin, massive and melodic sound: The band proudly claims to be a part of the new generati
CD review RAY WILSON "Time & Distance"

CD review RAY WILSON "Time & Distance"

(*/10) Ray Wilson, who doesn't know the excellent singer that enriched Genesis songs with his voice as well as he had an earlier smash hit with his band Stiltskin. "Inside" was one of the most successful rock song in the 90's, also because Levi's used the song for one of their marketing campaigns, bringing the band and Wilson into the spotlight for
CD review WAYWARD SONS "Ghosts of Yet to Come"

CD review WAYWARD SONS "Ghosts of Yet to Come"

(7/10) First things that gets into your mind while reading 'Wayward Sons' is the iconic classic rock anthem done by rock dinosaurs Kansas. I can't tell you if this tune was the inspiration for Toby Jepson when the question of naming for this outfit was discussed but it ended up as the band's name on the artwork of this debut. However, Wayward Sons
CD review IMPLORE "Subjugate"

CD review IMPLORE "Subjugate"

(6/10) It doesn’t happen to often that my first 40 minutes of listening to a band are listening to them performing live on stage. Mostly it’s of course the opposite, with listening to an album and then having a chance to see a live show of the guys. When it comes to Implode, it was the first mentioned approach that confronted me with their musi
CD review GUN "Favourite Pleasure"

CD review GUN "Favourite Pleasure"

(8/10) Scottish Gun shouldn't be reduced to their early albums only. Yes, “Gallus” was an excellent sophomore album and “Swagger” used the momentum, becoming a great melodic rock album too. Last but not least it included with the Cameo cover version “Words Up” a song that was the sunshine in a time of melancholic grunge taking over the