It’s time to dive into the dark depths of Nova, the fourth album by French/Norwegian one woman act Sylvaine. Continue reading
After the disappointing Ayreon album Transitus, Arjen Lucassen is back with a vengeance with his third Star One album. Continue reading
It’s weird to be back in a concert hall after more than two years of social distancing and lockdowns, that’s for sure, but we persevered thanks to mr. Steve Hackett and his band. Continue reading
Lions! Elephants! Creepy clowns! The circus is back in town, led by Battle Beast. Come one, come all! Continue reading
Absu is dead, long live Proscriptor McGovern’s Apsû! Here, we review Proscriptor McGovern’s Apsû by Proscriptor McGovern’s Apsû.
Hey all! Did you hear about this pandemic going on? It’s another year of social distancing and lockdowns we’re about to end in the hope that 2022 will finally be better and bring some light at the end of that two-year tunnel. In the meantime, we’ve been doing what we do best and that’s sitting inside and listening to music. Old music, new music, you name it and we’ve listened to it. We also wrote some words about a couple of new records and, as we do every year, have compiled two lists of albums we think you should check out, which you can find below. Enjoy.
France’s Aephanemer has released their third album a while ago, and we managed to review it just before having to hand in our 2021 lists. Let’s investigate. Continue reading
With touring put on the back-burner due to the ongoing pandemic we’re in, Boston-based metal combo Seven Spires turned their attention to recording their third album instead. Is it any good? Oh my, yes it is. Continue reading
The bloody buccaneers of Blazon Stone are here once again to out-Running Wild Running Wild themselves. Hoist the sails and let’s have a look! Continue reading
Venerable NWOBHM legends Iron Maiden have returned after a six year break with their seventeenth album Senjutsu. Was it worth the long wait or should they not have bothered? Continue reading