I don’t commonly review live albums. Gone are the days where a live album can define a band the way Cheap Trick, Kiss and Peter
Author: Phil Lisotti
Alter Bridge is that rare band in the modern day who are such professionals that no matter what they do, you have to respect it.
When listening to Indian metal Kryptos, I’m reminded of classic thrash metal. I’ve heard the Kryptos name thrown around here and there throughout the years so
It was two years and four days ago that I saw The Pack A.D. open for Alice In Chains, prompting me to buy their then
In 2014, thanks to Metal Nation Radio (the other great site I write for) I was given Under Satan’s Sun by Bloody Hammers to review.
I thought for a great project, I’d review my first instrumental album. I don’t commonly listen to instrumental albums as it is, but I’ve always
Never did I ever think I’d ever review a band whose sound has Black Metal anywhere in its description. Especially a Norwegian Black Metal band,
Danger Danger came a little late in the hair metal game. By the time their self-titled debut came out in 1989, Guns N’ Roses had
What would you do if you could cross Judas Priest with Iron Maiden? Would you take on the responsibility of trying to make metal music
Hamilton, Ontario’s Sarasin are a heavy metal band of the relatively traditional sense. They set out to make straight-ahead music with no tricks and no