Paul Di’Anno’s Warhorse – Warhorse (BraveWords Records)

As the founding vocalist with heavy metal monolith Iron Maiden, Paul Di’Anno’s place in the hard rock pantheon is assured, but he still polarises opinion alarmingly. Since Di’Anno and Maiden parted company after two albums, the band has gone on to become a mega monster with the extraordinary powerhouse and polymath Bruce Dickinson at the..

Category 7 – Category 7 (Metal Blade Records)

Now that’s an interesting line-up. The term supergroup is often overexposed, but when you have members of Adrenaline Mob, Exodus, Overkill and Vio-Lence on board, with the inimitable voice of John Bush towering over all, it’s more than justified. Category 7 is the brainchild of guitarist Mike Orlando, who teamed up with Phil Demmel and..

Seven Spires – A Fortress Called Home (frontiers Music)

There are some bands that when it comes to stylistically pinning them down, it would be easier hitting a speeding car with a ping-pong ball. Encompassing a number of different sub-genres, Seven Spires is a blend of gothic, progressive, melodic death with hints of black metal but wrapped in a symphonic halo. It may be..

The Commoners – Restless (Gypsy Soul Records)

For those who haven't heard, The Commoners are (now) a five-piece Roots/Rock outfit from Toronto, Canada, specialising in Southern Rock served up Black Crowes-style, with plenty of rowdy high-energy riffs, soulful vocals, and rich harmonies. The group evolved over the course of a decade, restructuring and adapting through numerous obstacles to form the unit as..

DeWolff Announce April 2025 Headline UK Tour

DeWolff have added six new UK dates into their existing European Odyssey:12 April - Stereo, Glasgow13 April - Deaf Institute, Manchester15 April - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham16 April - The Fleece, Bristol17 April - O2 Academy, Oxford18 April - Garage, London Tickets are available HERE New Album Love, Death & In Between out now Via Mascot Records "Super retro mesh..

SUNBOMB – Light Up The Sky (Frontiers)

In Grace We Find Our Name ... simply crushes you with its inexorable, rolling power, and has you attempting to punch the air and nod your head as if suffering some sort of breakdown wherever you might be. Don't listen on the headphones while in the supermarket, as you will disturb the shoppers in the..