Featuring current and ex members of bands such as Candlemass, The Doomsday Kingdom, Jupiter Society, Tiamat, and Evergrey, you know a lot of experience and talent is going to be present on this album before you even listen to it. Continue reading
Featuring members of Soilwork, Arch Enemy, and Witchery, (among many others), this is something of a different beast from these other bands, and presents us with 50 minutes of classic rock with some progressive overtones. Continue reading
Game Zero play an entertaining blend of rock and metal, one that sees them adopt a hard rocking edge with melodic vocals. Continue reading
I decided to listen to this purely on the band’s name and the album cover. Of course, if after pressing play for the first time I didn’t like what I heard, it never would have made it to the review stage, but I did, and it did. Continue reading
Full of fuzzy riffs and distorted goodness, this is an album that worships The Holy Riff at the space altar of tripped out doom rock. Continue reading
This is anthemic rock with big choruses and an electronic influence. It’s modern and addictive, bringing a passion and intensity to the performance that feels easy, natural and unforced. Continue reading
Disperse take elements from both old and new progressive music and incorporate them into their thoroughly modern take on the style.
Complexity, syncopation and Continue reading
This album is a folk release that specialises in creating beautiful soundscapes for the listener to dreamily explore.
Ulvesang approach this style coming Continue reading