"Burn It Up" is the 5th studio album in the 14-year career of New Zealand powerhouse Metal outfit Bulletbelt. The album was recorded in April 2022 at the Massey Studio in Wellington by the group's founding member and drummer Steve Francis, long-time bassist Tim Mekalick, guitarist Josh O'Brien and the new member Diego Attinger on vocals. The eight songs — all live..
The German power metal machine from Krefeld, as you well remember, was one of the very few bands that flew the flag of classic metal high in the nineties and persevered to become one of the biggest bands in their genre. They started their journey as early as 1984 (under the name of Lucifer’s Heritage),..
The good people at Dissonance Productions are once again preparing a great package of out of print classic metal, reissued for new life and possibly – new fans. This time, on September 30th, we have the two undisputed best albums by US metal veterans Vicious Rumors – their eponymous one from 1990 and Welcome To..
It's been a good seven years since Greece's Black Soul Horde released their first album "Tales Of The Ancient Ones" and a lot has happened and changed since then, but their love for good old fashioned heavy metal remains stout and bulletproof. After a long and somewhat bumpy road, the Greeks finally return with their..
Can anyone truly say when the right time is to release a "best of" compilation? Even "greatest hits" means something completely different to what it did in times gone by but for Powerwolf the time is now that they unleash a collection after a seventeen year, seven album career so far. There is something different..
The Ferrymen is one of the cases where the term “super group” does not sound like an exaggeration. The threesome of Mike Terrana (don’t expect us to put down the zillion bands he has performed with), Magnus Karlsson (Primal Fear, who plays guitar, bass and keyboards on the album and is the main composer) and..