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Jinjer Interview

Jinjer Interview By Jet Pace Throughout these years, Jinjer has consecutively won Best Band in the Ukraine. how does that make you all feel going from being touted as "pathos and crabs” to pouring your hearts and souls into becoming known world round as a “phenomenal” band? Well, we always knew that

CelTauro ‘Origen’ Album Review

CelTauro ‘Origen’ Album Review By Adam McCann Independent Release/Folk/Metal Late last year, Spanish newcomers to the folk/metal scene managed to sneak out their debut album ‘Origen’. Unlike many of their peers which have come to saturate the genre with stereotypical sounds, growls, accordions and violin jigs, CelTauro take a different approach with

Avantasia ‘Moonglow’ Album Review

Avantasia ‘Moonglow’ Album Review By Adam McCann Nuclear Blast Records/Power Metal The wait for ‘Moonglow’ the latest release from Tobias Sammet’s Avantasia project was nowhere near as long as anticipated, with only a two-year gap separating ‘Moonglow’ from its predecessor ‘Ghostlights’. In the usual life cycle of Tobi Sammet, the pint-sized genius

Out of the Shadoes ASENBLUT

Out of the Shadoes ASENBLUT By Moon Shadoe The first incarnation of Asenblut occurred when Tetzel, Jan and Schlecki founded the group in 2006. Due to educational commitments the group had to be put on hold. In 2008, Tetzel resurrected the project with Claus Cleinkrieg. Asenblut released their demo entitled 'Kampfruf’ in 2008. They

Happily Ever Blind ‘Good Enough For…’ Album Review

Happily Ever Blind ‘Good Enough For…’ Album Review By Adam McCann Realm Records/2019/Alternative What happens when an Australian decides to up-sticks and move 5000 miles across the globe, traversing hemispheres and settling in Helsinki, Finland? The answer is Happily Ever Blind, the musical baby of John Emslie, who got bored of playing

Dream Theater ‘Distance Over Time’ Album Review

Dream Theater ‘Distance Over Time’ Album Review By Adam McCann InsideOut Music/2019/Progressive Metal Dream Theater needed a boost, following their ambiguously received Dystopian concept album ‘The Astonishing’. This album divided not only fans of progressive metal, but also fans of Dream Theater; the band themselves are no strangers to large overblown concepts,

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