Great Fear Rising is a modern take on a very old style. Void Vator play old-school heavy metal; it’s presented with a modern recording and delivery, but this is mainly a product of the 80s, make no mistake. Continue reading “Void Vator – Great Fear Rising (Review)”
Having first encountered Enforcer just prior to seeing them live, I’ve been a fan ever since. If you’ve even an ounce of true heavy metal in your blood, I find it hard to believe anyone could dislike a band like this. Continue reading “Enforcer – Zenith (Review)”
Sacred Leather play true heavy metal that’s been augmented by some thrash elements for added bite. Continue reading “Sacred Leather – Ultimate Force (Review)”
The singer has a strong voice that carries just the right amount of weight and levity. A band like this needs a good Continue reading “Striker – Striker (Review)”
How often do you get to see a thrash metal package like this? Not often, that’s for sure.
Having arrived in good time only to discover that the venue don’t have the guest list, I end up missing half of Nervosa’s set. Due to their latest album Agony being a firm recent favourite of mine, to say I’m disappointed is an understatement. Continue reading “Destruction/Flotsam and Jetsam/Enforcer/Nervosa – Manchester Club Academy, 06/10/16 (Live Review)”