23rd January 2017

Gotthard – Silver

Every time Swiss (Lugano) hard rock gods from Gotthard release a new album I know what to expect; an album that will please me and bring this nostalgic feeling of the hard rock of the […]
16th January 2017

Mourning Dawn – Waste

What was true last year still stands today: I definitely have a fetish of some sort when it comes to French Black Metal bands. As such it came to no surprise to me when I […]
12th January 2017

Sepultura – Machine Messiah

The 20-year anniversary of Seputlura’s classic album Roots provoked even more demands about the reunion with Cavalera brothers. All this despite the facet that band’s former frontman Max Cavalera has left the band 20 years […]
12th January 2017

Rajalla – Diktaattori

Finnish Thrashers Rajalla decided to celebrate the end of last year by gifting the world with their first Full-length release. It was given the title Diktaattori (which, as the astute reader no doubt will notice, […]
9th January 2017

Pain Of Salvation – In the Passing Light of Day

It was actually on this day for 10 years ago that I did my first review for Metal Revolution and it was the review of Pain Of Salvation’s Scarsick. Fast forward 10 years and the […]
1st January 2017

Thyrane – Black Harmony

While there is absolutely nothing new in Black Harmony (it is, after all, a re-release of the bands first Demo which originally saw the light of day to decades ago) it is still a welcoming […]
21st December 2016

Glaukom Synod – Vampires and Gorgeous Throats

Now, I will be the first to admit that the whole Electro scene is far from anything that I can relate to, or even enjoy. As such, it is very hard for me to find […]
20th December 2016

Stormy Atmosphere – Pent Letters

Stormy Atmosphere is a band that surprised me in more ways than one: First off, the artwork depicting their newest release, Pent Letters, caused me to assume that I would be dealing with either a […]
19th December 2016

Black Hole Generator – A Requiem for Terra

Black Hole Generator serves as the creative outlet for Bjørnar E. Nilsen, a man better known as the producer for bands such as Taake and Helheim. It is clear, however, that said man has taken […]
15th December 2016

Diabolical – Umbra

Swedish quartet Diabolical was originally founded back in 1996 under the name Misanthropic Orchestra – A name which they changed two years later to the much easier pronouncable Diabolical that they use today. Under their […]
14th December 2016

Near Death Condition – Evolving Towards Extinction

How to sum up Evolving Towards Extinction in one simple sentence: Fifty-one Minutes of relentless Brutal Death Metal the way grandmother has always hated it. The quartet behind this release is four Swiss musicians that […]
14th December 2016

Rik Emmett & RESolution9 – RES 9

Rik Emmet is one of my all-time favorites and one of Canada’s most loved hard rock musicians. It’s been a few years since he released a rock album, but now he’s finally back with his […]
13th December 2016

Mystons – Destination Death

Mystons is a Finnish duet, who have managed to take a minimalistic approach to their own Doom Metal sound. In this case, this means, for logical reasons, that the band only uses two instruments besides […]
7th December 2016

Spit Rusty – Tin Foil Hats & Magic

Spit Rusty is our Danish band, formed in 2011 in Aarhus. My first encounter with this Hard Rock/Grunge group was in 2012 when I reviewed their debut EP Underwhelmed. Now the band is ready with […]
2nd December 2016

Grafvitnir – Obeisance to a Witch Moon

Grafvitnir is a Swedish Black Metal trio with nine years worth of experience behind them as a band. In that time, they have released three full-length records and a single Demo, all of which have […]
20th April 2007

W.A.S.P. – Dominator

Blackie Lawless has given up experimenting approximately ten year ago which is pity because some of the most memorable moments in W.A.S.P.’s quarter of a century long carrier were created when he dared to try […]
1st March 2007

Moonlight Agony – Silent Waters

The beautiful artwork on the front cover of the second album by Moonlight Agony was promising allot. Maybe little bit too much. Silent Waters sees the band continuing with their vision of heavy/prog metal which […]
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