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Blaze of Perdition ‘The Harrowing of Hearts’ Album Review

Blaze of Perdition ‘The Harrowing of Hearts’ Album Review By Adam McCann Metal Blade Records/Black Metal For Blaze of Perdition (BoP), the last few years have been one of consolidating their stranglehold on the black metal scene. The Polish band delivered one of the albums of their career in 2017 with the barnstorming

Berzerker Legion ‘Obliterate the Weak’ Album Review

Berzerker Legion ‘Obliterate the Weak’ Album Review By Adam McCann Listenable Records/Melodic Death Metal In rock music circles ‘supergroups’ are something still very much of a novelty. However, within a metal, it is certainly not uncommon for metal musicians to be successfully in more than one group and that is the case with

Finnegan’s Hell ‘Work is the Curse of the Drinking Class’ Album Review

Finnegan’s Hell ‘Work is the Curse of the Drinking Class’ Album Review By Adam McCann Heptown Records/Folk-Rock/Celtic Punk When thinking of Celtic punk, the finger is immediately drawn to New England, but with Finnegan’s Hell, we head in the opposite direction to Sweden. Now, that is an odd thought for a country that

Lordi ‘Killection’ Album Review

Lordi ‘Killection’ Album Review By Adam McCann AFM Records/Heavy Metal 2006 seems almost a complete lifetime ago since Lordi hit international fame following their victory in the Eurovision Song Contest. Although active before this, Lordi hit a stride that saw them rise as Finland’s favourite monsters (sorry Hevisaurus) with a steady string of

Kreator ‘London Apocalypticon – Live at the Roundhouse’ Album Review

Kreator ‘London Apocalypticon – Live at the Roundhouse’ Album Review By Adam McCann Nuclear Blast Records/Thrash Metal When it comes to Kreator, not much needs to be said, this is a band which are not only influential in the thrash, death and black metal worlds, but albums such as ‘Extreme Aggression’, ‘Coma of

Revolution Saints ‘Rise’ – Album Review

Revolution Saints ‘Rise’ Album Review By Adam McCann Frontiers Records - Hard Rock/Melodic Hard Rock When established musicians come together to form a new group, there is often the deep anxiety that the band will only make it to one album, let alone two. Therefore, when Revolution Saints announced that their third album ‘Rise’

Jaz Coleman & The St. Petersburg Orchestra ‘Magna Invocatio – A Gnostic Mass for Choir and Orchestra Inspired by the Sublime Music of Killing Joke’

Jaz Coleman & The St. Petersburg Orchestra ‘Magna Invocatio – A Gnostic Mass for Choir and Orchestra Inspired by the Sublime Music of Killing Joke’ By Adam McCann Spinefarm Records/Classical For such an influential figure in music, Jaz Coleman remains somewhat anonymous. Cutting his teeth and forging his legacy with Killing Joke, the band

Magnum ‘The Serpent Rings’ Album Review

Magnum ‘The Serpent Rings’ Album Review By Adam McCann SPV/Steamhammer Records/Hard Rock Magnum are one of hard rock’s busiest bands; in the last 20 years alone, Magnum have delivered album after album of exceptional quality, ever running on that relentless hamster wheel provided by the music industry. But, with Magnum, quantity also equals

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