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Imperial Age, molllust & Sechem – Hamburg

Imperial Age, molllust & Sechem – Hamburg Location: Logo, Hamburg Date: March 3rd, 2019 "New Wave of Symphonic Heavy Metal". This is how the Moscow band Imperial Age describes their music. As influences, among others, Therion, Avantasia and Within Temptation are called. After several tours through Europe as support for Therion they went

Whitechapel ‘The Valley’ Album Review

Whitechapel ‘The Valley’ Album Review By Adam McCann Metal Blade Records/Deathcore Whitechapel needed to do something; their 2016 album ‘Mark Of The Blade’ had missed its target and its musical departure from earlier themes left both critics and fans confused and uncertain. Therefore, there was high hopes from the latest Whitechapel album ‘The

Allegaeon ‘Apoptosis’ Album Review

Allegaeon ‘Apoptosis’ Album Review By Adam McCann Metal Blade Records/Technical Melodic Death Metal Since the band delivered their debut album almost a decade ago, Allegaeon have pushed from strength to strength, forming their own niche within the boundaries of technical melodic death metal and hitting a pinnacle with their superb 2016 album ‘Proponent

Megadeth ‘Warheads On Foreheads’ Album Review

Megadeth ‘Warheads On Foreheads’ Album Review By Adam McCann Universal Music Group/Thrash/Heavy Metal The announcement that Megadeth are to release their latest greatest hits compilation ‘Warheads On Foreheads’ begs the question does the world need another Megadeth greatest hits album? After all, this band already has the likes of ‘Capitol Punishment’, ‘Back To

Týr ‘Hel’ Album Review

Týr ‘Hel’ Album Review By Adam McCann Metal Blade Records/Folk/Metal There are few bands as instantly recognisable as Týr, their sound is a perfect blend of heavy metal and folk vocal melodies which beautifully encapsulate the mythology of the Faroese and Icelandic skáld. Yet for Týr, it has been quite awhile since the

Tesla ‘Shock’ Album Review

Tesla ‘Shock’ Album Review By Adam McCann Tesla Electric Recording Company/Hard Rock It has been more than a few years since Tesla released their previous album ‘Simplicity’ back in 2014 and in that time, the band have celebrated the 30th anniversary of their seminal album ‘Mechanical Resonance’ coinciding with the release of a

Bloodbound ‘Rise Of The Dragon Empire’ Album Review

Bloodbound ‘Rise Of The Dragon Empire’ Album Review By Adam McCann AFM Records/Power Metal Bloodbound have always left a trail of outstanding albums in their wake, their last album ‘War Of Dragons’ was no exception and although throughout their career, the band have consistently struggled to retain a stable line-up, this has somehow

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