GC might have already released it’s End of Year list, but that doesn’t mean the machine stops rolling. There’s always more to review. And Swedish stoner trio Kamchatka have dropped Hoodoo Lightning (Border Music) as a last-minute Christmas present for those who dig the late-60s and 70s. Continue reading →
The third and final day of SOS is more of a classic rock day, although it features fewer bands for me that I was aware of than yesterday. Today is more of an adventure day, and I’m hoping for some discoveries. Continue reading →
Eyellusion, the company behind the hologram technology powering theDio Returns Tour has released a new trailer with footage from the tour. It looks pretty great considering the tech and the incredible lineup of musicians supporting the production. Check it out! Continue reading →
Unashamedly 1980’s in their approach to Metal, Enforcer were formed in Sweden in 2004 but it could just as easily have been LA in 1982. All leather, spandex, studded belts and dodgy haircuts, the Scandinavian four-piece tend to unfairly get lumped in with novelty acts such as Steel Panther, but are easily one of the better exponents of the retro Metal movement.
Though we’re something like forty years in, there’s still something safe and reassuring about the warm embrace of classic swords-and-sorcery Heavy Metal. The kind where there’s big solos, epic choruses, and a wailing frontman. Continue reading →
Four and a half years ago Svart Records released a saucy devil of an EP named Ritual Rites, the first offering from US/Europe hybrid The Sabbathian. Heavy anticipation followed: in fact, everything was expected apart from the resounding silence that followed. Continue reading →