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Sodom ‘Partisan’ Album Review

Sodom ‘Partisan’ Album Review By Adam McCann SPV Steamhammer Records - 2018 - Thrash Metal It had seemed that Sodom were back in the saddle in 2016 with their last studio album ‘Decision Day’. However, the success which that decent album brought was short-lived with guitarist Bernemann and drummer Makka leaving Tom Angelripper

Obszön Geschöpf – Master Of Giallo Review

Obszön Geschöpf - Master Of Giallo Review by Adam McCann Dark Star Records - 2018 - Industrial It has been five years since Obszön Geschöpf (OG) released ‘Highway of Horrors’ and during that time, Remzi Kelleci and Matthieu Merklen have been plotting their latest horror themed release for 2018 ‘Master of Giallo’.   The reason

T.N.T. – XIII Review

T.N.T. - XIII Review by Adam McCann Frontiers Records - 2018 - Hard Rock/AOR/Melodic Hard Rock It has been eight years since T.N.T. released their last album ‘A Farewell to Arms’. In that time, the Norwegian hard rockers have encountered numerous line-up changes; the most important of which has been the departure for

Saxon – Thunderbolt Tour Pt.2 Live Review

Saxon - Thunderbolt Tour Pt.2 Live Review by Adam McCann Manchester Academy 2 - 10/21/2018 Set List: Olympus Rising Thunderbolt Sacrifice Nosferatu (The Vampire’s Waltz) Motorcycle Man Predator Strong Arm Of The Law Battering Ram Power And The Glory Solid Ball Of Rock The Secret Of Flight Dallas 1PM They Played Rock And Roll And The Band Played On Never Surrender 747 (Strangers In The Night) Sons Of Odin Crusader Princess Of

Metal Allegiance – Volume II Power Drunk Majesty Review

Metal Allegiance - Volume II : Power Drunk Majesty Review by Adam McCann Nuclear Blast - 2018 - Heavy/Thrash/Groove Metal When Metal Allegiance released their excellent debut album back in 2015, the metal world expected this ‘supergroup’ of Mike Portnoy, David Ellefson, Alex Skolnick and Mark Menghi to go beyond this; either there

MartYrium Review

MartYrium Review By Chelf I’ve never seen MartYriuM live. Which is sad and also kind of cool because at least I have something to look forward to in the future. I will definitely catch up with them sooner or later where no shadows cast the fire light. I’ve been following their ventures for a