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.
Lesbian Bed Death’s ‘Born to Die on VHS’ is a fun punk/metal tribute to horror movies.
It’s obnoxious, immature and inaccurate. The Dirt just might be the most appropriate way to tell the story of Mötley Crüe.
“Black Heaven” by Earthless is a great stoner/space rock record that harkens back to the crazier hard rock bands of the 70’s
In the end, Black Wail defies any cataloging effort. It rocks, it’s smart, it’s adventurous. And it sounds great.
From pre-fame Quiet Riot to Beatles tribute bands to Space Oddity, David Brighton’s career has been full of interesting twists and turns. For the last 16 years, he’s devoted his…
I was really sceptical of the idea of a new Black Sabbath album with Ozzy on vocals, 35 years after Never Say Die (their last album with Ozzy). But the…