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ALBUM REVIEW: Carousel Kings – Charm City

March 23, 2017 Mark Rockpit

Carousel Kings is one of those high energy clean sounding Modern Pop-Punk bands who write incredibly catchy yet strangely all-too-familiar tunes, full of quiet moments followed by driving guitars and soring choruses. It’s not a […]

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Backwood Spirit – Backwood Spirit

March 21, 2017 Mark Rockpit

Imagine a band forged in the little known city of Orebro, Sweden that gives an immediate hit like The Black Crowes mixed carefully by way of classic rock alchemy with Badlands, but who also have […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Obituary – Obituary

March 9, 2017 Andrew Massie

  Obituary return with their 10th studio album, a self titled release that continues where “Inked In Blood”  left off. Containing 10 brand new tracks including “Ten Thousand Ways To Die” which was originally released  […]

Synaptik - Justify & Reason
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ALBUM REVIEW: Synaptik – Justify & Reason

February 22, 2017 Andrew Massie

  British heavy metal five-piece, Synaptik from Norwich, UK recently announced the re-release of their incredibly successful debut album, ‘The Mechanisms of Consequence’ as a heavier remixed album. It contains a lot of variety with […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Centrate – Ritual

February 19, 2017 Andrew Massie

  Germany is full of great thrash metal bands, the big Teutonic 4 of course some of the pioneers of the genre. But underground it seems culturally part of the music scene there and is […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Lioncage – Second Strike

February 15, 2017 Mark Rockpit

“The band LIONCAGE was founded in 2013 by Thorsten Bertermann (vocals), Torsten Landsberger (drums) and Lars König (guitar & mix). All three musicians had known each other for many years performing in professional tribute bands, […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Maverick – Firebird

February 14, 2017 Mark Rockpit

You always remember the great ones, like that first time you dropped the needle on ‘Lynyrd Skynyrd’ or ‘ZZ Top’, the very first time you heard ‘The Black Crowes’ or the time ‘Mountain’ came on […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: The Parasite Syndicate

February 12, 2017 Andrew Massie

  “This phenomenal debut album is a hard hitting slab of savage, bleak metal that seamlessly blends melodies  and raw emotions, dark and delicious music with huge riffs and a pounding backbeat, an enticing glimpse […]

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