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Highway Hunters – Highway Hunters Album Review

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.

Leaving Spirit – Things Change Album Review

Leaving Spirit - Things Change Album Review By Rainer Kerber Southern Rock has its roots in the southern states of the United States. One immediately thinks of the Allman Brothers Band or Lynyrd Skynyrd. But also Blackberry Smoke or currently the Allman Betts Band. Southern Rock is also played in southern Germany.

Desdæmona – Starcrossed Album Review

Desdæmona - Starcrossed Album Review By Rainer Kerber   A few weeks ago, singer Anna Holtz started a Facebook fundraising campaign for the new single of her band Desdæmona. Of course, I also participated in it. This action brought back memories of the Voices of The Succubi Festival on Malta in 2017. There

Saint Deamon – Ghost Album Review

Saint Deamon - Ghost Album Review By Rainer Kerber The small Hamburg label Ram It Down has signed the next metal veterans. Saint Deamon from Sweden were founded in 2006. Under the roof of Frontiers Records the band from Örebro has released two albums at this time. However, the release of the

Empathica – The Fire Symphony Album Review

Empathica - The Fire Symphony Album Review By Rainer Kerber The next Italian Symphonic Metal Band introduces itself. The reservoir of this country seems to be inexhaustible. Empathica was founded in 2012 by Francesco Gambarini and Giacomo Savina. In the early years they were influenced by bands like Cradle of Filth, Dimmu

Astralium – Land Of Eternal Dreams Album Review

Astralium - Land Of Eternal Dreams Album Review By Rainer Kerber Italy is known for good symphonic metal bands. Recently, a new name has appeared on my radar. Astralium were founded in 2014 by soprano Roberta Pappalardo and bassist Giuseppe Pappalardo. In 2017, the work for the debut album began. These dragged

Hand of Fate – Messengers Of Hope Album Review

Hand of Fate - Messengers Of Hope Album Review By Rainer Kerber The release date is already a while back, in January of last year. But the promo invitation was also quite late. Hand of Fate from the Greek port of Thessaloniki were founded in December 2014. The debut album "Messengers

Gallia – Everflame Album Review

Gallia - Everflame Album Review By Rainer Kerber   I have many happy memories of Belgium. Thirteen times, the Metal Female Voices Festival took place near Brussels. I participated in seven of these festivals. Belgium also has a lot of good metal bands. Recently, I’ve received the promo info of another band. Founded

Jirfiya – Wait For Dawn Album Review

Jirfiya - Wait For Dawn Album Review By Rainer Kerber             A few days ago, I received an e-mail from France. The sender was Jérôme Thellier, singer and guitarist of the French band Jirfiya. Together with singer Ingrid Denis and bassist Pascal Davoury he founded the band. I could not find much more

Brocelian – Guardians Of Brocéliande Album Review

Brocelian - Guardians Of Brocéliande Album Review By Rainer Kerber Again, I get to know a new Symphonic Rock band. And Brocelain are from Germany, more specifically from Munich. The band was already founded in 2009. Named has the quartet for the fabled forest "Brocéliande" in Brittany. But five years passed before

Harbour Of Souls – Doomsayer (EP) Album Review

Harbour Of Souls - Doomsayer (EP) Album Review By Rainer Kerber Our small western neighbor Netherlands has already brought forth a variety of great rock and metal bands. Just think of Golden Earring, Within Temptation, Vandenberg, Epica, Shocking Blue, Peter Pan Speedrock and so on. My latest discovery is now Harbor Of

Seventh Son – Arc Of Infinity Album Review

Seventh Son - Arc Of Infinity Album Review By David Kerber   The Japanese band Seventh Son is (still) largely unknown in Europe. But this is not due to musical abilities, but rather to missing publications in Europe. This was now stopped, because three years after the first release in Japan, the second

is LOVE alive ? – Final Journey Album Review

is LOVE alive ? - Final Journey Album Review By Rainer Kerber Germany is certainly not a stronghold of Doom Metal. All the better if you discover a band dedicated to this genre. Behind the somewhat bulky name "is LOVE alive?" Is a quartet from the Ruhr area (North Rhine-Westphalia). Founded in

Hammerschmitt – Dr. Evil Album Review

Hammerschmitt - Dr. Evil Album Review By Rainer Kerber What a development - from Neuer Deutscher Härte to tough Heavy Metal. For my taste in music a very positive development. The speech is from the Munich band Hammerschmitt, formerly known as Pierrot. Already with the 2016 output "Still On Fire", the quintet

Excalion – Emotions Album Review

Excalion - Emotions Album Review By Rainer Kerber   The variety of Finnish metal bands is barely manageable. Excalion exist since the turn of the millennium. During this time four studio albums were released, two demos and one single, on different labels. The Finns were able to build on a fairly stable

Nine-T-Nine – Time And Water Album Review

Nine-T-Nine - Time And Water Album Review By Rainer Kerber AOR has its home in North America. This refers to keyboard-heavy, written-out rock music with professional vocal and sophisticated production. Flagships of this music are bands like Boston, Bon Jovi, Foreigner or REO Speedwagon. This list could be extended arbitrarily. But AOR

Sinner – Santa Muerte Album Review

Sinner - Santa Muerte Album Review By Rainer Kerber Artists such as Mat Sinner, who’s kept his band on target for more than 35 years, releasing well over a dozen studio albums (plus a number of live recordings and compilations), have got to be doing a lot of things right. The success

Sifting – The Infinite Loop (Album Review)

Sifting The Infinite Loop The Album from the Band of the Year By Michael Aronovitz   It is no secret that I am a fan of Sifting, the progressive metal band from Los Angeles, California who blew our doors off with their debut record, “All the Hated” in 2013 and wowed us in September of

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