28th November 2018

Sigh – Heir to Despair (絶望を受け継ぐもの)

Few things in life are certain. One has to be that Sigh will surprise you with each new record and another one that each next Sigh album will not disappoint. Heir to Despair is the […]
26th November 2018

P.O.D. – Circles

For some reason, it doesn’t seem like P.O.D. have been around for more than a quarter of a century, but never the less that is the case and Circles marks their tenth album. The new […]
21st November 2018

Vandenberg’s Moonkings – Rugged and Unplugged

Adrian Vandenberg might be best known from his time in Whitesnake, but the Dutch guitarist has over the decades released numerous albums as a solo artist as well as a part of different bands. Rugged […]
14th November 2018

Black Stone Cherry & Monster Truck, 13th November 2018, Pumpehuset, Copenhagen, Denmark

Photo: Zoran www.sonic-view.com Four years have passed since Black Stone Cherry’s previous show in Copenhagen and judging from the quickly sold-out show the band has been missed. American rockers are on tour supporting their sixth […]
12th November 2018

Ashes Of Ares – Well of Souls

Five years ago, Ashes Of Ares, a project consisting of two former Iced Earth members, released self-titled debut, which proved to be an extremely solid piece of metal. Matt Barlow and Freddie Vidales are now […]
12th November 2018

Maxxwell – Metalized

One look at the album’s title, shiny packaging, song titles and song descriptions(!),  one can’t help but pretty much decide what kind of album Metalized is. You press “play” and within the first minute your […]
7th November 2018

Witherfall – A Prelude to Sorrow

Last year the band consisting of people associated with Iced Earth, Circe II Circle and White Wizzard released their debut Nocturnes and Requiems, which proved to be a very solid and nonetheless interesting album. Since […]
6th November 2018

Antimatter – Black Market Enlightenment

Antimatter’s previous album The Judas Table saw the band focus on simpler and more stripped-down arrangements, which was fitting for album’s theme of betrayal in a romantic relationship. Black Market Enlightenment’s main theme is that […]
31st October 2018

Warrel Dane – Shadow Work

It’s has hardly been a year since passing of Nevermore/Sanctuary singer Warrel Dane and while posthumous releases are often anything, but worthy farewells, it was hard not to be excited about hearing new music form […]
23rd October 2018

VOLA – Applause of a Distant Crowd

The whole prog genre has always been characterized as a constantly evolving and vibrant. Past couple of decades in particular, have offered even more diversity to the genre whose overall narrative has always been, stepping […]