3rd May 2019

The Damned Things – High Crimes

Back in 2010 another supergroup emerged. Consisting of members from Anthrax, Every Time I Die, and Fall Out Boy, the somewhat unlikely union delivered on hell of a debut in form of Ironiclast and after […]
24th April 2019

Holocaust – Elder Gods

The most media attention Scottish band Holocaust received during the course of their over four decades long career was Metallica covered their “The Small Hours” on the 1987 EP The $5.98 E.P.: Garage Days Re-Revisited. […]
17th April 2019

IX – The Hermit – Present Days, Future Days

Present Days, Future Days might be IX – The Hermit’s debut, but band’s members have released numerous releases as part of other bands. This is quite evident after one spin of the album, because band’s […]
22nd March 2019

Godsmack, 21st March, 2019, Den Grå Hal, Copenhagen, Denmark

Photo: Zoran www.sonic-view.com Sometimes it’s hard to figure out how big all these huge American rock bands are in Kingdom Of Denmark. Some of the acts sell out arenas in USA but play thousand-people venues here […]
20th March 2019

Tappling Impact – Funeral of Mankind

There is something about young, unsigned bands. There has always been. There is certain hunger and a view on music and even music business that is not jaded. It’s these kinds of bands that often […]
13th March 2019

Tesla – Shock

Almost four decades into their career, Californian band come out with an album entitled, Shock. What is so shocking that they can deliver in 2019? The new album sees band capitalizing on a decades of […]
6th March 2019

Rival Sons, 5th March 2019, Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark

Photo: Zoran www.sonic-view.com For the past year or so Greta Van Fleet has been on everyone’s lips and they are by many proclaimed as the band that will bring 70’s inspired rock back to the mainstream. […]
4th March 2019

The Pineapple Thief & O.R.k, 3rd March 2019, Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark

Photo: Zoran www.sonic-view.com Rainy Sunday evening in Copenhagen was in a sign of prog rock and more so than just because of The Pineapple Thief concert. There was also a serious Porcupine Tree / King Crimson […]
28th February 2019

Queensrÿche – The Verdict

After two very strong releases with new singer Todd La Torre, Queensrÿche took bit more time before releasing their 15th album. Well it’s their 15th if you don’t count former singer Geoff Tate’s Queensrÿche album […]
27th February 2019

The Claypool Lennon Delirium – South of Reality

Second full-length release by the (un)likely partnership between Primus’ bassist Les Claypool and guitarist/vocalist Sean Lennon picks up where the 2016 debut left off. This means that we are off to expected unpredictability of wacky […]