Album Reviews

Enbound – The Blackened Heart

28th November 2016 Kenn Jensen

Five years have passed since Enbound released their debut album “And She Says Gold”, and here follows album number two: “The Blackened Heart”. They are still operating in the area between melodic metal and power [Read »]

Album Reviews

Theocracy – Ghost Ship

5th November 2016 Kenn Jensen

Matt Smith and I go way back, he started his one-man band Theocracy around the same time I began putting together and when he released his first album on MetalAges Records it was one [Read »]

Album Reviews

Pretty Maids – Kingmaker

30th October 2016 Kenn Jensen

Pretty Maids is a life-long companion of mine; their two stellar 80s releases “Red, Hot and Heavy” and “Future World” are important parts of the soundtrack of my youth. Being the local heroes from Horsens, [Read »]

Album Reviews

Eden’s Curse – Cardinal

2nd October 2016 Lotty Whittingham

If you hear a band has received praise from IRON MAIDEN legend Bruce Dickinson you can’t help but go and check them out. The band in question is multi-national melodic metal quintet EDEN’S CURSE and [Read »]

Album Reviews

Narnia – Narnia

9th September 2016 Reinier de Vries

Swedish melodic christian metal band Narnia is back with their 7th album. In 2010 the band quit, to get together again in 2013 and for the fans finally there is a new album. Vocalist Christian Liljegren [Read »]

Album Reviews

Crystall Ball – Déjà Voodoo

2nd September 2016 Reinier de Vries

The ninth album of this Swiss melodic hardrock formation and I am curious if there have been some improvements. Their 2015 album ‘Liferider’ was in my opinion an average album which I gave 67 points out [Read »]

Album Reviews

InnerWish – InnerWish

20th March 2016 Kenn Jensen

InnerWish has been a strong part of Greek power metal scene on and off for the past twenty years, and this self-titled album is their studio album number five. They have gone through numerous line-up [Read »]

Album Reviews

Now Or Never – II

27th February 2016 Kenn Jensen

If you add a question mark after the bands name you get a question that is fairly easy to answer: Never! Sophomore album from Now Or Never doesn’t offer anything more than your average melodic [Read »]