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Metal Over Malta 2019 – A Preview

Metal Over Malta 2019 - A Preview By Rainer Kerber It will be a small anniversary. The Metal Over Malta Festival will be held for the fifth time on March 22nd and 23rd, 2019. I have been a regular on the small Mediterranean island since the second edition in 2016. Just like

Chaoseum – First Step To Hell Album Review

Chaoseum - First Step To Hell Album Review Rainer Kerber About one year ago, I met Lola and Loic at the Autumn Moon Festival in Hameln. At that time, they presented excellent melodic power metal with Elferya. In the meantime, it has become quiet around the band from Lausanne. The band is

Into Eternity – The Sirens Album Review

Into Eternity - The Sirens Album Review By Rainer Kerber The Canadians of Into Eternity have a long history. The band was founded in 1998, a year later released their self-titled debut album. With their debut Into Eternity could impress so much that they could sign a contract with the German label

Female Metal Fest 2018 Review

Female Metal Fest 2018 Review Location: Villa Tacchini Date: December 1st, 2018 The fourth Female Metal Fest was in advance under an unlucky star. The crowdfunding campaign to fund the festival fell far short of expectations. Thus, the organizers were forced to cancel the first day of the festival (Woman Vocal 187) without

Bonfire – Legends Album Review

Bonfire - Legends Album Review By Rainer Kerber Cover albums are currently booming. Whether Exit Eden or Mystic Prophecy, pop, rock or metal have been rearranged and ported into the musicians' sound environment. Only a few months after "Temple Of Lies", the German hardrock institution Bonfire presents its own version of cover

Ohrenfeindt – Tanz nackt Album Review

Ohrenfeindt - Tanz nackt Album Review By Rainer Kerber The rockers from the hood strike again. Just over one year ago, "Zwei Fäuste für Rock’n’Roll” (Two Fists for Rock'n'Roll) was released. The extensive tour of the album is just over. And then they went back to the studio. After the change to

Bad Bones – High Rollers Album Review

Bad Bones - High Rollers Album Review By Rainer Kerber Hard Rock is not necessarily the music that you would expect from a band from Italy. But Bad Bones from the northern Italian town Mondovì make a pleasant alternative to symphonic or opera metal. The band was founded in 2007, initially as

Torian – God Of Storms Album Review

Torian - God Of Storms Album Review By Rainer Kerber A small independent label sets out to offer small bands distribution opportunities for their albums. Ram It Down Records from Hamburg specializes in Hard Rock, Heavy and Power Metal. According to the website of the label are currently obviously two bands under

Anneke van Giersbergen – Symphonized Review

Anneke van Giersbergen - Symphonized Review by Rainer Kerber She is probably one of the best singer in rock and metal, Anneke van Giersbergen. Whether with The Gathering, Gentle Storm, Ayreon or as a solo artist and her band VUUR, with her unique and diverse voice she always managed to create a

Viper Soup Complex – Red Fugue Review

Viper Soup Complex - Red Fugue Review by Rainer Kerber Viper Soup Complex, an unusual name for an unusual band. Viper Soup Complex is one of many bands on the sunny island of Malta. The band was founded in 2012. So far I have been able to experience the band twice, in

Ann my Guard – Moira

Ann my Guard – Moira Review By Rainer Kerber The story of Ann my Guard dates back to 2007. The Hungarian singer Eszter Anna Baumann recorded her first demos. It was not easy for them but the patience, hard work and experimentation of the first years have paid off. In the following

Voices of the Succubi 2018

Voices of the Succubi 2018 Review by Rainer Kerber Location: The Garage, Ħaż-Żebbuġ (Malta) Date: September 22nd, 2018 Meanwhile, I am almost a regular guest on the small island in the Mediterranean Sea. So, I flew to Malta for the second time this year. For the third time the band Martyrium invited to the

Female Metal Fest IV & Women Vocal 187 – eine Vorschau

Female Metal Fest IV & Women Vocal 187 - eine Vorschau By Rainer Kerber Last year I first became aware of the Female Metal Fest in Geneva. This small festival is organized by the local band Alkemy. For this purpose, the musicians founded the non-profit association Wings Music & Events. President of

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

Graveshadow – Ambition’s Price Review

Graveshadow - Ambition's Price Review by Rainer Kerber The home of Graveshadow is Sacramento, the capital of California. Since their founding in 2013, the band has kept the banner of Symphonic Metal mixed with Doom, Thrash and Epic Power Metal. As influences the five mentioned, among others Nightwish, Kamelot, Moonspell or Iced

A Sound Of Thunder – It Was Metal Review

A Sound Of Thunder - It Was Metal Review by Rainer Kerber Is it really already three years ago? In September 2015, the last regular studio album by A Sound Of Thunder ("Tales Rrom The Deadside") was released. A year later, the quartet from Washington DC followed it up with the cover

The Pink Slips – Trigger Review

The Pink Slips – Trigger Review by Rainer Kerber She is the daughter of Gun's N 'Roses bassist Michael Andrew "Duff" McKagan - Grace Elizabeth McKagan aka GRAVE. Her mother is model and swimwear designer Susan Holmes, the third wife of Duff. She probably owes the stage name "Grave" to the faulty

Kobra and the Lotus – Prevail II Review

Kobra and the Lotus - Prevail II Review  by Rainer Kerber One year ago, "Prevail I" was published. After a successful crowdfunding campaign, Kobra and the Lotus wanted to give their fans a double album. But the label disagreed. Purely financial reasons made sure that part two was published eleven months later.

Fates Warning – Live Over Europe Review

Fates Warning - Live Over Europe Review by Rainer Kerber Fates Warning are among the institutions of prog rock. Since their founding in 1983, they have released thirteen studio albums. For the 2016 released "Theories Of Flight" the band went on tour around the world. The recordings for this live double album

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