19th April 2018

Mos Generator – Shadowlands

Formed in 2000 in Port Orchard, Washington, Mos Generator is a result of a collaboration and friendship of three hard-rock stage veterans. The band have released five studio albums so far, and a live album. […]
17th April 2018

Taiga – Cosmos

Truly, I find myself living in a golden age as far as music goes. In this year alone I have come across several fascinating bands, new or otherwise, from various sources (including friends, family and […]
13th April 2018

Primordial – Exile Amongst the Ruins

Since release of breakthrough album To the Nameless Dead, Primordial has managed to keep the quality level consistent, even thou the 2007 release still does stand as their pivotal release. More than three years since […]
13th April 2018

Eigengrau – Radiant

Debut album from Danish instrumental band Eigengrau is in many ways a typical post rock/metal release influenced by the likes of Pelican, ISIS, Russian Circles, Mono and Cult of Luna. As such it does lack […]
12th April 2018

Бесконечная Зима (Neverending Winter) – Сеногной (The Hay)

The longer I enjoy employment here at Metal Revolution, the more I begin to realize exactly how lucky I am. Never before have I come across as many different bands, musical influences and interesting concepts […]
10th April 2018

Skogen – Skuggorna Kallar

Skogen is a Black Metal quartet who, almost a decade ago, set out to describe and pay homage to the beautiful and mysterious nature that surrounds them (Sweden is well-known for its beautiful nature). So […]
10th April 2018

Neter – Inferus

Neter is a Spanish death metal quartet founded in 2004. In the beginning of their musical journey the band played a swedish style death metal, but through the years their sound evolved to a darker […]
6th April 2018

Hypno5e – Alba-Les ombres errantes

With more than a decade behind them French technical post metal outfit has made a move that will leave their fans wondering. Departing the musical approach that has among other things, landed them the spot […]
4th April 2018

Sixgun Renegades – Sixgun Renegades

In recent years we’ve witnessed an emergence and blossoming of many sleaze bands coming out of Scandinavia, and far away from Sunset Strip. Sixgun Renegades is yet another Scandinavian entry to the genre. This hard […]
2nd April 2018

Fister – No Spirit Within

Here comes Fister; a Missouri-based doom merchants. No Spirit Within is their new 7-tracker full-length, recently released via French-based Listenable Records. This Midwestern outfit (comprised of drummer Kirk Gatterer, guitarist/vocalist Marcus Newstead, and Kenny Snarzyk […]
26th March 2018

Vulture Vibe – Temptation

Vulture Vibe is a four-piece Rock N’ Roll consisting solely of my kinsmen, so it stands to reason that once I learned of their existance, I felt almost obliged to seek them out. Granted, when […]
26th March 2018

Eldritch – Cracksleep

There is something about Eldritch that really sets them apart from other prog infused heavy metal bands. At first it might be hard to pinpoint, because in many ways, this Italian band uses many of […]
23rd March 2018

Crisix – Against All Odds

Today marks the release of the fourth full-length album (and fourth release overall – This band does not bother with anything less than a full album, an approach I can appreciate) from the Spanish Thrash […]
23rd March 2018

Monster Magnet – Mindfucker

In 2013 Monster Magnet released Last Patrol, one of the finest records of their career, which is something of an accomplishment when you are almost three decades into your career. The album saw the band […]
23rd March 2018

Flush The Fashion – Failure is Definitely an Option

Once glance at the cover and the band name it’s quite clear that you’re in for some good ol’ sleaze hard rock. If that’s not enough for you, than by the time the opener “Thunderdogs” […]
27th September 2011

Machine Head – Unto The Locust

My name is Bato and I am a helpless Machine Head fan. That could be the best possible introduction to this review. Let there be said immediately; I can not be fully objective when writing […]
1st June 2011

Iron Maiden – From Fear To Eternity

The phenomenal band Iron Maiden has so many great songs which they can’t put onto one ‘Best of’ album. But, there’s always a solution; the band has chosen to break their songs into two eras. […]
1st October 2010

The Damned Things – Ironiclast

Usually I’m not the biggest fan of heavy metal super groups, but this time is exception. The Damned Things is all American heavy metal supergroup featuring Scott Ian & Rob Caggiano (Anthrax), Keith Buckley (Every […]
10th August 2010

Iron Maiden – The Final Frontier

Sometimes, a job as a writer and journalist isn’t all about fun. To remain objective, no matter how big or well-established the band is, is one of the tasks that I find the most challenging. […]
12th October 2009

W.A.S.P. – Babylon

W.A.S.P. is the band that needs no longer introduction – as I believe it is enough to mention that the band has been playing what is now known as glam/horror/shock metal since 1982. ‘Crimson Idol’ […]
7th September 2009

Europe – Last Look At Eden

Europe is not just the oldest continent on earth but also a name of a legendary Swedish band which has just released their eight studio album Last Look at Eden, the first album since 2006’s […]
7th April 2009

Lacuna Coil – Shallow Life

Italian Goth metallers Lacuna Coil has just issued their fifth studio album entitled Shallow Life. It contains 12 tracks plus bonus track “Oblivion” which is the album closure. Shallow Life picks up where Karmacode (their […]
12th September 2008

Metallica – Death Magnetic

There were the 80s and there were the 90s, both decades that were marked forever by one single band, making not only thrash metal, but rock history in general. In the 80s when I begun […]
15th May 2007

Paradise Lost – In Requiem

What to say about one of the Britain’s most successful bands ever that hasn’t been said before? Very few bands have been as influential and long lasting as Paradise Lost. This band, after more than […]