Rockin' Engine

Rockin’ Engine-Midnight Road Rage

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“Shake That Ass,” has a phat riff, and ensures the listener knows all about it. It shakes and shimmers through producing some fascinating lyrical content. “Let’s Roll The Dice,” is another spicy song that ventures through and produces some incredibly fast work. “Livin’ A Lie,” takes things through the charge and builds on them considerably. “When Engines COllide,” builds the pace and keeps it going.

“Never Surrender,” snakes and slithers through. “The State Of Nature,” takes a turn and a leap here and there, to ensure great things come. “Hiding In Darkness,” is filled with heaviness and greatness which combined dances around the fray. “Road Rage Boogie,” swaggers through.

Psychorepath and Undergust

Psycorepaths’s split album (with UNDERGUST) – ANNOYING TRUTHS FOR HUMANITY

Psycorepaths deliver some seriously slaughterous metal on their split. Songs such as “The Old Path, “and the “The Real Outcast.” display some absolute chaos. Whilst songs such as “The War Has Changed Me,” and “I have a Friend Called Mike,” demonstrate chaos.

Undergust  bring the fire on “No Chance,” whilst songs like “Think About,” and “Irrational Behaviour,” are monstrous.

Listen to the album here:

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“Prologue,” gets the blood pumping from the get go filled with ambitious riffs and some fascinating tempo changes. “The Siren’s Wail,” takes a cherry and smashes it together to produce some absolute fascinating metal riffage. “Full Throttle,” launches into something new entirely, it takes the cake and snarls about it. “Vortex,” is pure heaviness incarnate. “Land Of The Brave,” is anthemic and dynamite.

“Liquid Fire,” takes a chance and throws the dice into an absolute whirlwind. “Broke Down,” rocks the shit out of the melodies given to it. “No Home,” swaggers through, producing some interesting changes and slants.

The album is out on 12th July via High Roller Records.

Death SS

Death SS-Rock ‘n’ Roll Armageddon


It starts with the organ, it moves into a chaotic fringe, this is the opener “Black Soul,” a downright terrifying snarling monster that alights the world. “Rock and Roll Armageddon,” combines together to unleash absolute hell. “Hellish Knights,” is another forge in the link of iron that combines to produce something masterful. “Slaughterhouse,” winds its way through the night tearing the shit out of everything. “Creature Of The Night,” is slow and terrifying, with haunting melodies throughout. “Madness of Love,” swaggers through the night sky, delivering something intoxicating. “Promised Land,” haunts the steps of the listener.

“Zombie Massacre,” snarls and growls. “The Fourth Reich,” takes a step forward and shifts into absolute madness. “Witches Dance,” takes it to a whole new level, slowly forging a link of chaos. “Your Life Is Now,” throws in some difference with the harmonica and the lights and the friction. “The Glory Of The Hawk,” takes it up a notch in the epicness scale. “Forever,” brings the battering ram back.

The album is out on 12th July via High Roller Records.

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Eternal Breath-World Of Chaos

“My Redemption,” comes in thick and fast, with some seriously heavy riffage and a groovy ass melody. “Never Surrender,” continues and dances through the tracts of destruction. “Need For Speed,” is just that, fast and furious with attitude. “Fire,” takes the energy through and rushes it into the world. “Fight For Metal,” is a great start to the procession. “Follow Your Dream,” slows things down a tad, before increasing the heaviness by several notches.

“Power and Glory,” is a riff mastery. “Hard Life,” shifts into gears and produces some fascinating work on the riffs and the melodies. “The Greatest Loss,” shifts the tone and changes things up a little and then a lot. “Revenge,” hammers home some ultimate truths. “Y.P.M.O,” snarls.

The album is out on June 28th via Sliptrick Records.

Billy Sherwood

BILLY SHERWOOD- Citizen: In The Next Life


“The Partisan,” takes things onto a new level, with the car and slow bluesy shred which leads into something new and entertaining. “Sophia,” is slow and builds up into something new and fascinating. “Monet,” keeps things grounded and interesting. “Skywriter,” takes things down an interesting path, shifting through the wind and snaking in one or two lessons here and there. “We Shall Ride Again,” is enthusiastic and downright bountiful.

“Via Hawking,” is a slow build and when it gets there, boy is there some serious pay off. “By Design,” takes a moment and then grows into something bold and bombastic. “Sailing The Seas,” shifts through the turning wind. “Mata Hari,” is a grower. “Hold Quite,” keeps things interesting, harmonising on the main.

The album is out on 12th July via Frontiers Records.

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MIND KEY MKIII – Aliens In Wonderland

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“Alien In Wonderland,” ventures forth with precision and grace, a brilliant opener. “Hank,” is frenetic and electric, with some seriously awesome fret work. “Hate At First Sight,” soars on the air, producing some seriously delicate passages, followed by some seriously aggrandising ventures. “Angry Men,” slows things down, and adds a note of tension to proceedings. “Hands off Cain,” takes the time to slip through the rope and add an extra element of chaos. “Be Polar,” snarls and lets rip.

“Oblivion,” is another song that mixes things up a little, ensuring there is no slacking. “Psycho World,” is bombastic and bold. “Vertigo,” simply epic with the piano playing a key role in shifting the tenure of things. “Pure Heart,” snares into being. “Non-Existence,” a rocker plain and simple.

The album is out on 12th July via Frontiers Records.




“Amari,” is a powerful intro bringing with it some fascinating twists and turns. “The Pharaoh,” is a powerful song that veers one way and then the next, constantly twisting and shifting this way and that to produce fantastic rhythms. “Fear,” is a roller that slows things down and allows the listener time to get their breath back, before venturing into the rolling landscape. “Roxana The Great,” snarls and produces powerful lamentations that ensure they will stick with the listener. “Dance of Fire,” combines symphony and epic riffage to ensure that the listener is completely hooked.

“To The Fallen Rome,” shifts the narrative slightly, and produces something both terrifying and hauntingly beautiful. “Incomplete,” a snarling fire of energy and grace that destroys the system completely. “Secrets Of The Ancestors,” is haunting and symphonic with great strides taken in one direction and then the next. “Rise From The Ashes,” is the perfect finisher.

The album is out on 12th July via Frontiers Records.

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HOLLOW HAZE Between Wild Landscapes And Deep Blue Seas


“Destinations,” is big and bombastic, the perfect opener. “Oblivion,” shreds its way through and growls its dominance into being. “It’s Always Dark Before The Dawn,” takes a moment to let itself settle in before it goes completely for the gullet and snaps you in half. “Through Space and Time,” is another one that ventures this way and that, to produce the most epic number yet. “I Will Be There,” takes on a tad, and ventures to another realm, shifting through and producing something unique. “The Upside Down,” is another song that produces some masterclasses.

“New Era,” is orchestral rock and roll at its best, shifting the tenure and getting the anticipation just right. “A Different Sky,” keeps things interesting and unique with some flattering phrasing and some seriously ball busting melodies. “Resurrection,” flattens the listener with its melodies and phrasing. “You Are My End and My Beginning,” takes things up another level, shifting the tenure and the precision. “Behind The Wall,” is a fitting closer.

The album is out on 12th July via Frontiers Record.s

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Graham Bonnet Band-Live In Tokyo 2017


“Eyes Of The World,” starts things off boldly. “California Air,” is a shredder that gets the crowd going. “S.O.S” is another dramatic flourish. “Night Games,” is a startlingly anthemic number. “Stand In Line,” turns and twists with a shift through the lines. “Into The Night,” is big and epic. “Love’s No Friend,” is a shredder which jams well. “Dancer,” is bombastic and huge.

“Samurai,” is another number that produces some fascinating results. “Desert Song,” is slow and thoughtful, with a growing twist and take. “Rider,” is another thumping number. “Since You’ve Been Gone,” is a shredder that goes all the way. “Assault Attack,” is a rocker and a riffer all in one. “All Night Long,” keeps the flame alive. “Lost In Hollywood,” takes a twist and a turn. “The Crying Chair,” shifts through.

The album is out on 12th July via Frontiers Records.