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Blood Eagle: To Ride in Blood & Bathe in Greed I-III (2019)

Blood Eagle are a death metal band from Denmark, formed by past members of Volbeat, Mnemic, Hatesphere, Illdisposed and Raunchy. In 2013 guitarists Franz Hellboss and Mircea Gabriel Eftemie decided to form a band with some of their mates to combine their influences of...

Destruction: Under Attack (2016)

This 2016 album saw Destruction back with the same line-up as the previous few albums, with Schmier (vocals, bass) and Mike Sifringer (guitars), both of whom had been there since the beginning in the early Eighties and drummer Wawrzyniec "Vaaver" Dramowicz. Yet again...

Destruction: Born To Perish (2019)

As soon as I put on the latest album from Destruction I wondered what on earth had happened, as the band were totally different from what I had heard on ‘Under Attack’. The drums are much more in your face, the guitars are heavier and the band has far more venom and...

Nile: What Should Not Be Unearthed (2015)

This 2015 album was the fourth in eight years with the same line-up of Karl Sanders (guitars, bass, vocals) , Dallas Toler-Wade (guitars, bass, v) and George Kollias (drums). Unlike many metal bands, drummer Kollias is a key songwriter, contributing the music to most...

Nile: Vile Nilotic Rites (2019)

In the years between the release of 2015’s ‘What Should Not Be Unearthed’ and 2019’s ‘Vile Nilotic Rites’ there has been some changes in the Nile camp, with the departure of Dallas Toler-Wade after some 20 years of being in the band. The band are again back as a...

Twilight Force: Tales of Ancient Prophecies (2014)

This 2014 album was the debut from Swedish power metal outfit Twilight Force, and there is no doubt at all from looking around the web that this is one which many people rate very highly indeed. I can understand that in many ways, in that they are taking some of the...

Twilight Force: Heroes of Mighty Magic (2016)

2016 saw Twilight Force return with their second album. Since the debut they had changed drummers and also added an additional guitarist so were now running with a traditional twin attack. The drumming has definitely improved but the production hasn’t, neither has the...

Twilight Force: Dawn of the Dragonstar (2019)

I must be honest, I wasn’t exactly looking forward to playing the latest album from Twilight Force, having not been a fan of their previous two efforts, and when it commenced with a spoken intro which reminded me for some reason of ‘He-Man and the Masters of the...

Arx Atrata: The Path Untravelled (2019)

This is my first exposure to Arx Atrata, although it is their third full-length release. As is usual, I played the album without reading the accompanying press release until it was time to write the review, and I wasn’t sure which country they were from based on the...

Black Star Riders: Another State of Grace (2019)

In 1978, at the tender age of 15, I bought my first hard rock album. Up until then I had been swapping tapes with mates but there was one band which intrigued me as I hadn’t heard anything quite like them, and I wanted more. That band was Thin Lizzy and the album was...


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  • Arts On Fire
    by Roger Trenwith on January 29, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    Tonight, TPA branches out into scriptwriting, and this is our first word explosion! With Your Host (naked, except for a pair of speedos, over-large gum boots, and a polkadot bow tie) and guest EE (casually elegant in a charcoal suit by Roderick Charles of Jermyn Street and shoes by Loake) present and correct, the scene [&hellip

  • Nero Di Marte – Immoto
    by Nick Hudson on January 28, 2020 at 8:12 pm

    This album has harsh vocals. That will be enough of a review for some people. Indeed, I was once one such. I don’t know that I’d go as far as to say I hated harsh vocals, but I certainly avoided them with extreme distaste. I had many friends suggest I needed to open my mind, [&hellip

  • A Different Aspect #32
    by Roger Trenwith on January 27, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    In this update we feature: • Kinkajous – Hidden Lines • PYJÆN – PYJÆN • Maria Chiara Argirò – Hidden Seas • Nim Sadot – Nim Quartet II Today we present a special “ADA”, which features four albums released earlier in 2019 that I only became aware of a couple of weeks ago, released rather [&hellip

  • Blind Ego – Preaching To The Choir
    by Nick Hudson on January 26, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    Blind Ego is the solo project of RPWL member Kalle Wallner. That might seem obvious to many reading this, but I found this out quite some time after first listening to the band. As much as I can appreciate why so many people like RPWL, they don’t do it for me. Blind Ego, on the [&hellip

  • Dweezil Zappa plays Hot Rats
    by Graham Thomas on January 25, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    Birmingham Town Hall Wednesday, 11th December 2019 In October 1969, Frank Zappa released an album which was to have a massive impact on the rock music world, still being felt fifty years on. The innovative blend of rock and jazz startled his audience in that it was completely different to the recently split Mothers of [&hellip

  • Marco Hietala – Pyre of the Black Heart
    by restlessamoeba on January 24, 2020 at 9:11 pm

    And now we get the English version of this great album. Though, most of you will already be familiar with this (if you too are a fan of Nightwish), having heard the Finnish version released last year. And yes, I … Continue reading →

  • Moon Halo – Chroma
    by John Wenlock-Smith on January 24, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    This album has been a long time in the making. I first heard of it from Marc Atkinson’s Facebook page in which he documented the evolution of the album, its release due in January 2020. As a long-time admirer of Marc’s work with Riversea, this project really whetted my appetite, Marc has a fantastic voice. [&hellip

  • Julie’s Haircut – In the Silence Electric
    by Roger Trenwith on January 23, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    The quaintly and very English named band Julie’s Haircut actually hail from Emilia, northern Italy, and they have been around for a quarter of a century. Over that time a substantial discography has accumulated, and In The Silence Electric sees the band continue with their blend of late-’60s Anglo psychedelia, motorik punk, dark sonic architecture, [&hellip

  • Markus Hirvonen – Insomnium
    by Graham Thomas on January 22, 2020 at 7:05 pm

    A couple of hours ahead of Insomnium’s gig at Islington Assembly Hall on 19th January, TPA’s Graham Thomas caught up briefly with drummer and founder member of the band Markus Hirvonen in the bowels of the venue to chat about the band, their current tour, their evolving style and the Finnish psyche! He has the [&hellip

  • Insomnium
    by Graham Thomas on January 22, 2020 at 7:00 pm

    Islington Assembly Hall, London Sunday, 19th January 2020 No Sleep ’til Islington So these Fins have been making fairly regular incursions into our fair isles since around 2011. In past raids, they have tended to limit their marauding to the main centres, primarily London, but on the current trek are being bold enough to take [&hellip

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