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Review: Kamelot – Haven

 Kamelot were founded in Tampa, Florida, by Thomas Youngblood and Richard Warner back in 1992. There have been some line up changes over the years but the unstoppable creative force of Kamelot symphonic power metal keeps shining bright after twenty [...]

April 24, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: Everclear – Black is the New Black

Everclear are a band that never seem to have made it big in the UK despite having four platinum albums in the US. Their 1997 album So Much For The Afterglow was anthemic for me when I was a student and – [...]

April 23, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: Tengger Cavalry – Blood Sacrifice Shaman

Another day, another folk metal band. But not just any folk metal band, for Tengger Cavalry are – to the best of my knowledge – unique, playing a mixture of traditional Mongolian music interlaced with heavy metal. We featured them [...]

April 22, 2015 Album Reviews

Review: Dendera – Pillars of Creation

To say I have been waiting, gasping, panting and desperate for this album would be an understatement. Dendera’s debut release, The Killing Floor, is one of the strongest and most impressive debuts I’ve heard in many years. Their live performance backs [...]

April 22, 2015 Album Reviews
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Book Review: Eviscerated Panda Vol. 4 by Sarah Tipper

I was going to make a joke about Sarah Tipper doing a Douglas Adams with this, the third book in the Panda trilogy. Only she beat me to it in the introduction, dammit. Vol. 4 carries on from where A Vulgar [...]

April 20, 2015 Book Reviews

The Burning Crows/Falling Red/Mason Hill – Ivory Blacks, Glasgow (17th April 2015)

As Tom Russell growled when he introduced Eden’s Curse to the Classic Grand a few months ago; “It’s Friday night and we’re gonna rock!” And that’s exactly what was on the agenda. A fantastic double-header of Falling Red followed by [...]

April 19, 2015 Gig Reviews