Tag: Twin Guitar

Ripple Music and EARTHEN GRAVE Release Re-Mastered Double LP and CD With Bonus Tracks

Ripple Music’s newest band, Chicago doom-metallers EARTHEN GRAVE is set to open the cage doors on their newly re-mastered debut album. EARTHEN GRAVE’s self-titled debut finds the band unleashing a terror of groove-laden, classic metal and doom. Twin guitar harmonies sear through the riff-fest of pure darkness and post-Sabbath heaviness. “death is another word….” the …

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 …

Blaze Bayley – Promise and Terror

Former WOLFSBANE and IRON MAIDEN vocalist Blaze Bayley was never largely accepted as Bruce Dickinson’s replacement in IRON MAIDEN back in 1994 during his five-year tenure with the band, while recording two albums for the British heavy metal veterans. The problem most die-hard Maiden fans had with Blaze was his vocal range, it was too …

Graves Of Valor – Salarian Gate

South Carolinians GRAVES OF VALOR give a good debut with Salarian Gate, and a good entrance into the modern extreme metal scene.  These cats have been around for a bit, some being ex Through The Eyes Of The Dead members, and they do seem pretty experienced in mastering a forceful sound.  Although the Through The …

Gary Moore and Friends – One Night In Dublin: A Tribute to Phil Lynott

Like we mentioned in our review of their recently unearthed 1977 live album, Thin Lizzy were one of the most influential hard rock bands ever to grace a stage. With this sentiment in mind, former TH guitarist and blues rock great, Gary Moore got together with a cast of stellar musicians in Dublin, Ireland on …

Thin Lizzy – Still Dangerous: Live at the Tower Theater Philadelphia 1977

In the States, THIN LIZZY was criminally overlooked both during their original run and posthumously. Sure, giants like Guns N’ Roses have sung the Irish band’s praises throughout the years but their record sales never came reached the level their influential music justly deserved. This week the folks at VH1 Classic Records released a recently …

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