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“Helloween” Keeper of the Seven Keys Cd-Review

"Helloween" Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 1 Album Review By Jason Hartsock Helloween’s, “Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 1” will be turning 30 years old this year. The album was released May 23rd, 1987 through Noise Records. Let’s take a look back on the release of Keeper of the

“Static-X Machine” CD-Review

"Static-X Machine" CD- Review By Jason Hartsock Everyone loves Static-X right? From Wisconsin Death Trip to Cult of Static, there is one that stands out in particular especially for this month. Their album, “Machine”, was released on May 22, 2001 which makes it 16 years old this year. The album was

Arcadea (Mastodon, Zruda, With Ered) CD-REVIEWS

ARCADEA (MASTODON, ZRUDA, WITHERED) SIGN WITH RELAPSE RECORDS; NEW ALBUM OUT JUNE 16TH April 19, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA - Hailing from the fringes of the cosmos, Arcadea, will make their arrival known in 2017 with a debut, self-titled album due out on June 16th. Today, the synth/psych band has

“Aeternam – Ruins of Empires” – 2017 CD REVIEW

"Aeternam - Ruins of Empires" - 2017 CD REVIEW by Nabil Hossam Aeternam is a melodic death/symphonic metal band from Quebec, Canada. The band is known for its Middle Eastern influences and so far they have released 2 successful releases. Ruins of Empires is their third album, it’s a great follow

“Uada-Devoid of light” CD-REVIEW

"Uada-Devoid of light" CD-REVIEW by Geir Olaisen From Portland Oregon comes Uada, and the band was founded in 2014 by  Mike Beck -Bass. Trevor Matthews -Drums, James Sloan-Guitars and Jake Superchi-vocals guitars. Devoid of light is their debut album. This is great melodic black metal and this album got me hooked instantly

“Pillorian-Obsidian Arc” CD-REVIEW

"Pillorian-Obsidian Arc" CD-REVIEW by Geir Olaisen In this issue of MHF magazine i have reviewed two band from Portland When Agalloch dissband alot of fans including me where very dissapointed, but now John Haughm frontman of Agalloch back with a new band and like Agalloch this is is atmospheric black metal. Pillorian

THE DEVIL AND THE ALMIGHTY BLUES – ”II” CD-REVIEW

THE DEVIL AND THE ALMIGHTY BLUES - ”II” CD-REVIEW by Santtu “Rebel” Kaskela Released March 17th 2017… This album is the second full-length by this five-piece “The Devil and the almighty blues”, from Oslo Norway, including 6 songs and total of 47 minutes. Since their self-titled debut in 2015 the band

“WARBRINGER – WOE TO THE VANQUISHED” CD-REVIEW

"WARBRINGER – WOE TO THE VANQUISHED” CD-REVIEW by Santtu “Rebel” Kaskela Released March 31st 2017… This is the 5th studio album by this band from US, including 8 songs, total of 41 minutes of pure aggression as it should be when talking about thrash. The band’s first album for Napalm Records

“METHANE” THE DEVIL’S OWN CD-Review

METHANE ”THE DEVIL’S OWN” Formed in 2012 by brothers Tim Scott, Dylan Campbell and Tim´s longtime friend Jimi Mästerbo METHANE has offered everyone some pure attitude with their music mixing “southern”, “thrash” and “groove” metal. This debut full-length was just released, 17.02.2017 including also new recordings of their earlier singles “,

“RAJALLA” – DIKTAATTORI CD-Review

RAJALLA – ”DIKTAATTORI” Rajalla, formed in Helsinki in 2011 are now ready to kick some ass. After a couple of demos they just released their debut full-length album called “Diktaattori”. The band itself had a great gig at our local “Rock Bear” bar the same day 30.12.2016. Lucky me I just

Veruca Salt ”Eight Arms to Hold You” CD-Review

Veruca Salt ''Eight Arms to Hold You'' CD-Review by Matthew Dearborn Back in 1997, the Seattle-based alternative rock band Veruca Salt released their second studio album, Eight Arms to Hold You. The thing is, on February 11, this album turned twenty years old, but my ears almost don't want to believe

“Overkill” The Grinding Wheel CD-Review

"Overkill" The Grinding Wheel CD-Review by Jason Hartsock You have Metallica, Megadeth, Slayer, and Anthrax and then you have Overkill. Overkill released “The Grinding Wheel” on February 10, 2017 through Nuclear Blast Records in Europe and eOne Music in North America. With that being said, let’s take a look at The

“TERRIFIER” WEAPONS OF THRASH DESTRUCTION CD-REVIEW

"TERRIFIER" WEAPONS OF THRASH DESTRUCTION CD-REVIEW by Santtu “Rebel” Kaskela The Canadian thrashers are back after 6 years of wait. The earlier album “Destroyers of faith” was originally released in 2011 (by the band SkullHammer) but the band changed their name in 2012 and released the same album… So You might

“Mouth of the Architect” Path of Eight 2016 CD-REVIEW

"Mouth of the Architect" Path of Eight 2016 CD-REVIEW by Nabil Hossam Mouth of the Architect is a post-metal band from Ohio, United States. The band formed in 2003 and it consists of five members: Jason Watkins [vocals & keyboards], Steve Brooks and John Lakes [guitar & vocals], Evan Danielson [bass

“Wolfheart” Tyhjyys 2017 CD-REVIEW

"Wolfheart" Tyhjyys 2017 CD-REVIEW by Nabil Hossam Tuomas Saukkonen, the Finnish melodic death metal genius and one of the most talented musicians out there and the mastermind of many bands including, Before the Dawn, Dawn of Solace, Black Sun Aeon and recently Wolfheart, has come along with his band with a

Cnoc an Tursa – “The Forty Five” CD REVIEW

"Cnoc an Tursa - The Forty Five" CD-Review by Geir Olaisen This band is unknown to many, Cnoch an Tursa was formed in 2006. Their music is folk/black metal, a mix of great folkmusic and Catchy riffs. The text is about scottish heritage, struggles, and celtic poetry. I discovered them by

“Warrior Soul” Interview

"Warrior Soul" Interview by Jay Rollins Kory Clarke is the frontman who has been calling for societal change since Warrior Soul’s inception in 1987 and their critically acclaimed 1990 debut record Last Decade Dead Century. Warrior Soul defined a sound by amalgamating aspects of punk, glam metal, and pure rock ‘n’

“WARRIOR SOUL: Tough as fuck, Live In Athens” CD REVIEW

WARRIOR SOUL: Tough as fuck, Live In Athens (ALBUM REVIEW) by David Maloney What can be said about a band and a front man that’s been around to experience the highs and lows of the turbulent and competitive Metal music industry? What can be said about a band that has toured

“Review of Saor” Guardians – CD REVIEWS

"Review of Saor" Guardians - CD REVIEWS by Geir Olaisen Saor is a one man band, where the only constant member is Andy Marshall. Only additional musician on this album was Cnoc An Tursa`s drummer Bryan Hamilton.   The word Saor means free on scotish and gaelic Guardians is his third

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