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DeadRisen – DeadRisen Album Review

DeadRisen - DeadRisen Album Review By Rainer Kerber What happens when old rock hands meet young wild ones. They form a new band and try to combine the influences of different styles and take them to a new level. This is what happened at DeadRisen on the American east coast. The superstars

Rämlord – From Dark Waters Album Review

Rämlord - From Dark Waters Album Review By Rainer Kerber The Finns Rämlord were founded in Helsinki in 2010. From guitarists Jarno Anttila, Tommi Kanerva, drummer Janne Mannonen and bass player Niko Karppinen. All four previously played in other Finnish bands such as Impaled Nazarene, Legenda, Terveyskeskus or YUP. And this quartet

Sanctorium – Ornaments Album Review

Sanctorium - Ornaments Album Review By Rainer Kerber Sanctorium are at home in one of the largest cities in Russia, Saint Petersburg. The band was founded in 2005 by guitarist Victor and drummer Andrey. Both have left the band in the meantime. The only remaining band member from the early days is

Rock Twice – Rock Twice Album Review

Rock Twice - Rock Twice Album Review By Rainer Kerber Don‘t think twice, go R o c k T w i c e ! The new rock sensation from Berlin! You can read these pithy words on the band's homepage. And these words show a lot of self-confidence. Rock Twice are influenced by

Shakra – Mad World Album Review

Shakra - Mad World Album Review By Rainer Kerber How time flies. The Swiss Shakra have been shaking the Alps for 25 years. And carry their Power Metal all over the world. Before that they were out already under the name "Ruckus". And it was not always easy. The band repeatedly had

Elegy of Madness – Invisible World Album Review

Elegy of Madness - Invisible World Album Review By Rainer Kerber Elegy of Madness were founded in 2006 by guitarist Tony Tomasicchio. In the same year the demo “Another Path” was released. In 2009 followed the album debut “The Bridge of Sighs”. The next two albums were then released every four years.

Scarlet Desire – Cry For Your Name Album Review

Scarlet Desire - Cry For Your Name Album Review By Rainer Kerber Rock and metal projects are springing up like mushrooms. Modern recording techniques make it possible. And thanks to the Internet, even greater distances between musicians do not hinder cooperation. The most recent example is Scarlet Desire. Guitarist Esa Mikkola lives

Wicked Plan – Land On Fire Album Review

Wicked Plan - Land On Fire Album Review By Rainer Kerber Is it already being three years ago? Indeed. The predecessor “Out Of Fire” was released in February 2016. But the problems with the place behind the battery obviously slowed down the Swiss from Wicked Plan. A new label was also sought.

Human Fortress – Reign Of Gold Album Review

Human Fortress - Reign Of Gold Album Review By Rainer Kerber The history of Human Fortress dates back to 1999. One year later they won a battle hosted by Rock Hard magazine with the song “The Dragon's Lair”. A little later followed the album debut "Lord Of Earth And Heaven´s Heir". Typical

M.I.L.F. – Rolling Thunder Album Review

M.I.L.F. - Rolling Thunder Album Review By Rainer Kerber The abbreviation M.I.L.F. is quite negative. That is why the Italians also state their meaning: “Make It Long 'n Fast”. OK, there is scope for interpretation here too. That may even be wanted. The band was founded in Florence in 2010. From the

DarkTribe – Voici L’Homme Album Review

DarkTribe - Voici L'Homme Album Review By Rainer Kerber The French from DarkTribe have existed since 2004. For me the most impressive thing about the band is the stability of the lineup. Three of the founding members are still active. Only guitarist Loïc Manuello is not there from the start. But at

Syryn – Beyond The Depths Album Review

Syryn - Beyond The Depths Album Review By Rainer Kerber Life still writes the best stories. At the Calgary Metalfest in 2015, singer Sloan Voxx witnessed the appearance of rock singer Amanda Kiernan and her band Into Eternity. She was obviously so impressed by this that she decided to start her own

Nightfear – Apocalypse Album Review

Nightfear - Apocalypse Album Review By Rainer Kerber Hard rock and heavy metal have a long tradition in Spain. Nightfear from the capital city of Madrid was also founded in 2008. The debut “Inception” appeared four years later. With this they became known nationwide. After “Drums Of War” the third album “Apocalypse”

LORDI – Killection Album Review

LORDI - Killection Album Review By Rainer Kerber Since when the LORDI monsters have been around has not been finally clarified. The official founding year is 1992. The band became known through their victory at the Eurovision Song Contest 2006. They showed all pop song dudes where the metal hammer hangs. So

Serious Black – Suite 226 Album Review

Serious Black - Suite 226 Album Review By Rainer Kerber Serious Black were founded by Roland Grapow and Mario Lorchert in 2015. Since then, at least one album has been released each year. Until 2017. Since then the band has calmed down. Originally six, Serious Black have now shrunk to a quartet.

Magg Dylan – Amethyst Album Review

Magg Dylan - Amethyst Album Review By Rainer Kerber Magg Dylan come from the US East Coast from Virginia Beach. Bands like In This Moment, AC / DC or Rise Against are mentioned as influences. Since 2018 the musicians have also performed various live performances as openers for various national bands (All

Wolfsinger – Through The Window Album Review

Wolfsinger - Through The Window Album Review By Rainer Kerber I met the heavy metal band Wolfsinger at the Voices of the Succubi Festival 2017 in Malta. I was impressed by the power on stage. But the men around singer Raffaella and bassist Haron have also been organizing their own festival in

Elfika – Secretum Secretorum Album Review

Elfika - Secretum Secretorum Album Review By Rainer Kerber There are many symphonic metal bands. Here is a new name - Elfika. Although so new, the band is not. The band was founded in 2012 by “Manu BasseKiller”. Well, one can certainly argue about the artist names that some musicians give themselves.

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