Category: CD Reviews

White Wizzard – Infernal Overdrive CD Review

White Wizzard fourth album, first one in four years. Starting off with the title track, White Wizzard sets a tone of classic hard rock/metal album. The band drives their style with each track with riffs and pounding rhythms. The vocals are clean and pronounced. The first eight tracks are hard driving songs. The last track …

DarkC3ll Review by DJ Rookilla

In a world where the ‘Core’ genre of metal seem’s to be taking over the mainstream and everyone starts to sound the same, it is a breath of fresh air to get my hands on the new DARKC3LL album “Haunted Reality” The Brisbane 4 piece gained local success and landed themselves on the Soundwave circuit …

Opeth’s Sorceress CD Review by CrazyIvan

CrazyIvan choose to review Opeth’s latest CD: Sorceress. The album is full of progressive rock tracks and a few of them having a heavy sound like earlier Opeth CDs. The bulk of the tracks are softer then normal metalheads are used to when it comes to Opeth. The two tracks that have a strong presence …

MESHIAAK Alliance Of Thieves Album Review

Former 4ARM vocalist Danny Tomb anounced back in 2014 that  he was onto something big, a new project was in the works. With that said he revieled a colaboration with Teramaze  guitarist Dean Wells and a single was release under the moniker “MESHIAAK” 2 years later and that colaboration has grown into their debut album “ALLIANCE OF THIEVES”, featuring Tomb …

Dethklok – Dethalbum III

(Review thanks to Sic Asylum) Don’t forget to head on over and like the Sic Asylum Facebook page as we near our website launch.   It’s so cliché for people to say that a band is maturing usually when they are trying to justify a new sound for any given band.  However, it’s pretty ironic …

Allegaeon – Formshifter

It’s so nice to get an album from the technical death metal genre that is worthy of both reviewing and listening to over and over again.  All too often I get overly excited about a technical album of any sort, but after the nostalgia and the guitar skill wankery wear off, I’m bored with it.  …

ALBUM REVIEW: Iron Maiden – The Final Frontier

‘The Final Frontier’ does not begin like an Iron Maiden album. Opener ‘Satellite 15’ is, quite simply, a little unusual. It’s relatively simple, it’s uncharacteristically atmospheric, and the low, chugging (and very much studio-engineered) bass line doesn’t feel like Steve Harris at all. It’s not short either. For at least two minutes you won’t be …

Beyond The Permafrost – Ripping Thrash! – 95%

Having been a listener, fan, devotee, and follower of thrash metal since 1985 I have many opinions of bands and the albums they have released. And, like so many fellow thrashers, I have gone many years listening to albums recorded many years prior and wondering if there would ever be any more great thrash releases. …

Review of DyNAbyte’s 2KX Album by CrazyIvan (Braingell Radio)

DyNAbyte is a three piece band who hail from Genova, Italy. Their music falls into the Industrial genre. That is why this album is so appealing to me, I have an industral streak in me. They started as a cover band doing Marilyn Manson and Rammstien music. They do have a mechanial feel to them, …

Final Frontier Review

The Final Frontier… ominous words, no? Perhaps. But they are dramatic words and grandeur such as that has always been synonymous with Iron Maiden in their 30 plus year history of broad, widescreen pioneering of this genre of music that we all adore so. But, unfortunately, Maiden aren’t the super heroes that we viewed them as …

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