Strike Master ‘A Corpseless Soul’ Single Album Review By Adam McCann Independent Release/Thrash Metal Strike Master have always been good at holding their own, flying the flag high for Mexican thrash metal worldwide for the last thirteen years with their enjoyable albums ‘Up For The Massacre’, ‘Majestic Strike’ and ‘U.F.T.M. amongst others. This
Mobina Galore ‘Don’t Worry’ Album Review By Adam McCann New Damage Records/Gunner Records/Pop/Punk/Alternative Rock Throughout the current decade, there has been somewhat of a revival of interest in the alternative rock scene. Although many of these bands have not yet reached the dizzy heights of their predecessors, the internet has allowed many of
Wormwitch ‘Heaven That Dwells Within’ Album Review By Adam McCann Prosthetic Records/Black Metal/Crust Wormwitch blasted onto the scene back in 2015/16, all this excitement and anticipation was rewarded by an exceptional debut album ‘Strike Mortal Coil’ released in 2017. On this massive high, the Canadians returned to writing and now the band have
Paladin ‘Ascension’ Album Review By Adam McCann Prosthetic Records/Power/Thrash Metal For fans of power metal, bands can be ten a penny, plenty of soaring melodies, flashy guitars, fast-paced drums and fantastical lyrics. Yet, every now and then, a band launches itself into the arena and makes the metal community stand impressed. This occurred
Mirror ‘Pyramid Of Terror’ Album Review By Adam McCann Bad Omen Records/Heavy Metal Mirror managed to sneak their way into the metal scene back in 2015 with in hindsight, one of the best heavy metal albums of the year, as the Cypriot band managed to effortlessly blended classic heavy metal sound in with
Howling Sycamore ‘Seven Pathways To Annihilation’ Album Review By Adam McCann Prosthetic Records/Progressive Metal Describing themselves as ‘progressive extreme metal’, Howling Sycamore landed on the metal scene last year with an excellent self-titled debut. Featuring ex-members of Hate Eternal, Triptykon, Ignitor and Watchtower, Howling Sycamore wasted no time, choosing to strike whilst the
NorthTale ‘Welcome To Paradise’ Album Review By Adam McCann Nuclear Blast Records/Power Metal Following a rather surprising parting of ways between fantasy themed power metal band Twilight Force and vocalist Christian Eriksson, the former Twilight Force mouthpiece joined forces with Bill Hudson of Circle II Circle and Patrick Johansson of Clockwork Revolution to
HammerFall ‘Dominion’ Album Review By Adam McCann Napalm Records/Power Metal When Swedish metal legends HammerFall announce a new album, it is already wildly known what the listener will get; this is the band which changed the playing field in the late 90’s and were the main driving force in moulding modern power metal.
Photo Footage from Exit 111 We are bringing you photo footage from the Inaugural Festival Exit 111 which happened over the weekend at the Great Stage Park in Manchester, Tennessee. The three day event featured heavyweight lineup by headliners Guns N Roses, Def Leppard and Lynyrd Skynyrd...with great acts...Check out. (Alter Bridge, 10
Chaos Over Cosmos ‘The Unknown Voyage’ (Reissue) Album Review By Adam McCann Independent Release/Progressive Power Metal The internet is a marvellous invention. Yes, of course it has its serious downsides, but it has brought us all closer together and that is what has happened with international progressive power metal band Chaos Over Cosmos.
Highway Hunters - Highway Hunters Album Review By Rainer Kerber The trio Highway Hunters was founded in Montreal (Quebec). Singer Marine Lacoste, bassist Yanni Aumont and drummer Oliver Savoie-Campeau have been indulging their passion since then, the Old School Hard Rock. Previously, the musicians have already gained extensive experience with other bands.
Afternoon Tea With DESTRUCTION Chelf | MHF | August 2019 It was 4pm. Perfect timing for a thrash metal, afternoon, tea-party. I invited Schmier of Destruction for cream tea and cake. It was David’s idea, my CEO who was clearly joking, but learned his lesson not to give me any crazy ideas. Schmier was happily surpised. ‘I don’t