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Saxon – Thunderbolt Special Tour Edition Review

Saxon - Thunderbolt Special Tour Edition Review By Adam McCann Silver Lining Music 2018 Earlier this year, the team here at Metalheads Forever reviewed ‘Thunderbolt’, the latest album from the mighty Saxon. So, as six months have passed since the album was released in early February, the question is this; did we get

Southern Empire – Civilisation Review

Southern Empire – Civilisation Review by David Kerber And again an Australian band. Last time I reviewed Dead City Ruins, now it’s Southern Empire's turn. A progressive rock band that includes former Unitopia members, and is pretty much the only Australian prog rock band I know of. Because next to Southern Empire

Crystal Viper – At The Edge Of Time Review

Crystal Viper - At The Edge Of Time Review by Rainer Kerber After a lengthy illness-related break, Crystal Viper released their long-awaited sixth album "Queen Of The Witches" in February of last year. After surviving illness frontwoman Marta Gabriel seems to have a veritable boost in creativity. In June, the band around

W.E.T. – Earth Rage Album Review

W.E.T. - Earth Rage Album Review By Adam McCann Frontiers Records/2018/AOR/Melodic Hard Rock Formed by leading names in the melodic hard rock sphere, W.E.T. take their name from their respective founding members bands, Robert Säll from Work of Art, Erik Mårtensson of Eclipse and Jeff Scott Soto from Talisman. The band released their

Blitzkrieg – Judge Not Album Review

Blitzkrieg - Judge Not Album Review By Adam McCann Mighty Music/2018/Heavy Metal/NWBOHM Brian Ross has been one busy man over the last few years, tours with both Blitzkrieg and Satan, alongside albums and EP’s has kept one of heavy metal’s most influential men exceptionally busy. With rumours abound of a new Satan album

Sevendust – All I See Is War Album Review

Sevendust - All I See Is War Album Review Rise Records Alternative Metal 2018 Since their debut album way back in 1997, Sevendust have managed to sell records by the pallet load. Fronted by the instantly recognisable Lejon Witherspoon, Sevendust surfed on the crest of the wave of the nu-metal movement, tweaking and

Suicidal Tendencies – Get Your Fight On Album Review

Suicidal Tendencies - Get Your Fight On Album Review By Adam McCann Suicidal Records Crossover/Hardcore Punk 2018 Throughout their career, Suicidal Tendencies have worked hard to become one of the seminal crossover bands and even just their name carries a large amount of honour and weight. Still led by the indomitable Mike ‘Cyco’ Muir, Suicidal

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