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Review: Shinedown – Threat to Survival

I’ve left this one a little close to the wire as Threat to Survival is out in two days (September 18th). In fairness, it means I’ve been able to give it a fair listen rather than tap something out based on [...]

September 16, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: The Jokers – Hurricane

With a name like The Jokers for a band, I’m sure I could make a snarky comment about how their name belies their material. But I’m not going to because even though it’s true, it would make me feel dirty [...]

September 15, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: Tsar Bomb – Exterminans IX:XI

Tsar Bomb are a two-piece blackened death act from Malaga, Spain. Featuring Ocram (vocals & drum programming) and Ivan (guitars, bass & drum programming), the band has one EP and an album out, and they’re about to follow those up with [...]

September 13, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: Chris Cornell – Euphoria Mourning

The singer from a successful band releases a solo album. It is a story as old as musical groups. I wouldn’t be surprised if there are cave paintings somewhere blaming a cave-woman (let’s call her Yukko) for the break-up of a [...]

September 7, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: Gloryhammer – Space 1992: Rise of the Chaos Wizards

OK, let’s get this out of the way first – Gloryhammer aren’t just Alestorm for DragonForce fans. They’re genuinely great in their own right. I’m glad to report that Tales From The Kingdom of Fife wasn’t just a brilliant fluke. Space 1992 [...]

September 5, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: OPM – The Minge Dynasty

Ah, nothing but a little tasteless joke to make you warm to an album’s title. Probably bettering Enema of the State in terms of childish giggles, The Minge Dynasty came out on August 25th and celebrates the band’s 15th anniversary. OPM are best known [...]

September 4, 2015 Album Reviews