Ayreon - Source Code
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ALBUM REVIEW: Ayreon – The Source

April 28, 2017 Andrew Massie

  Arjen Lucassen’s Areyon is about to release the next chapter of the epic Forever saga in “The Source”, blending fantasy and realism to a level that offers escapism from the drudges of daily life. […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Harem Scarem – United

April 21, 2017 Mark Rockpit

Harry Hess and Pete Lesperence’s Harem Scarem are point blank one of the most underappreciated Rock bands ever to walk the face of the planet, debuting in 1991 a month before Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ didn’t really […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Inglorious – II

April 19, 2017 Mark Rockpit

Classic Hard Rock with huge riffs, soulful vocals and songs that run the gamut from Dio-like swagger to Jagged Edge/Skin style cool. Inglorious’ debut album may have been very good indeed, but album number two blows […]

Harlott - Extinction
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ALBUM REVIEW: Harlott – Extinction

April 17, 2017 Andrew Massie

  In 2015 Melbourne thrashers Harlott released what would ultimately end up being one of my favorite metal albums of the year, Proliferation and given the top quality of that release, it seemed unlikely that […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Lacerta – [self titled]

April 13, 2017 Steve Monaghan

  Birthed in 2005, prior to the more-recent explosion of tech death, Lacerta paved the way for later-era tech death bands such as Byond Creation and Archspireand released their debut effort entitled Mind Processor in […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: One Desire – One Desire

April 10, 2017 Mark Rockpit

There’s a certain Hard Rocking goodness that underlies the classy melodic rock of ‘One Desire’. You might miss it on the slick opener ‘Hurt’ but it’s there waiting to bust through on ‘Apologize’ that follows […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Semper – Khaos

April 2, 2017 Andrew Massie

  It’s always great to discover bands from not so common parts of the world, it reminds you that music really is universal and that rock and metal never truly goes away. One such band […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Deep Purple – inFinite

March 31, 2017 Mark Rockpit

With over 120 million albums sold worldwide, Deep Purple are one of the most loved British Rock bands of all time. Over the years of course they have released more than a handful of classic albums so […]

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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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March 20, 2017 Mark Rockpit

I love my 70’s Glam more than most and whilst in these eyes at least, the names of Slade and The Sweet loom far larger than that of Suzi Quatro, you have to applaud Suzi […]

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