Tallah’s debut album ‘Matriphagy’ is a well-written, tightly played love letter to nu-metal that will assault your senses with surgical precision and a relentless drive.
Zakk Wylde’s tribute band offers a full recreation of Black Sabbath’s debut album on its 50th anniversary. But is it worth it?
Guest writer Peter Dennis reviews ‘Mercurial 1978-2018’, a compilation that pulls together all the strands of Alex Novak’s career from the punk sound of ISAWS, to the futurist darkwave of…
Ozzy’s best album in a long time, and a decent attempt to update his sound. It’s a far cry from his classic albums, but it’s much better than I expected.
Supergroup Sons of Apollo finds its groove with a grandiose second album filled with musical prowess.
‘Moonshine Blue’ is an excellent blues/folk record from British guitarist Jack Broadbent.
Lindemann, the duo of Till Lindemann of Rammstein and Peter Tägtgren of Pain, released a surprising second album, based, of all things, on the story of Hansel and Gretel.
Sarah Brightman brings us a live presentation of her ‘Hymn’ tour that’s a visual and auditory treat.