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Tusmørke – “Nordisk Krim”

By Geoff Penn Oslo, Norway Karisma 82:0 https://www.karismarecords.no/ https://www.facebook.com/Tusmorke/ My Rating 85/100 Forming together in 1994 in the town of Skien, Norway as "Les Fleurs du Mal" they changed their name in 2008 to ‘Tusmørke’ (Twilight). ...

Neil Young and Promise of the Real: The Visitor (2017)

Following on from 2016’s ‘Peace Trail’, which was recorded just with drummer Jim Keltner and bass guitarist Paul Bushnell, and the delving into the vaults which gave us the wonderful ‘Hitchhiker’, the next new album from Mr. Young was released at the end of 2017, ‘The...

Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Colorado (2019)

The next album from Neil Young was 2019’s ‘Colorado’, which saw him reunited with his old band Crazy Horse. Anyone who has ever been lucky enough to see him play with these guys knows there is something special when they all get together. Mind you, this is special in...

Various Artists: Street Survivors – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2020)

Here we have the soundtrack to a film which was dogged with controversy even before it was released, with surviving members of the crash suing ex-drummer Artimus Pyle regarding his involvement and attempting to prevent the release. This delayed everything while it...

Nick Marsh: Waltzing Bones (2020)

Nick Marsh was perhaps known best as founding member of seminal post-punk band Flesh for Lulu, although he also performed with the likes of Urban Voodoo Machine and released his solo album ‘A Universe Between Us’ in 2010. At the time of his death from cancer in 2015...

Pantera: Far Beyond Driven [20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition] (1994 / 2014)

It is safe to say that when I first came across Pantera with their fifth album, 1990’s ‘Cowboys From Hell’ I was not impressed, and over the last 30 years have recognised there have been some good songs from within their canon, but have never gone as massively...

Phobetor: When Life Falls Silent (2020)

This is the debut album from UK-base trio Phobetor who comprise Debora Conserva (vocals), Mitch Revy (guitar), Marc Dyos (drums) plus session bassist Richard Hunter. Although Conserva can sing gently when she wishes to, for the most part this is all about guttural...

Primacy: Seeds of Change (2020)

This is the debut album by West-Auckland alternative Metal band Primacy, which was produced and mixed by guitarist Jared Tobin and mastered by Jens Bogren (Opeth, Between the Buried and Me, Sepultura amongst others). They state their influences are as diverse as...

Slipknot: We Are Not Your Kind (2019)

Back in 1999 I was sent an album to review by a new band from Des Moines, Iowa. This was before there had been any mass media in the UK, and on hearing it I knew this band were going to be huge, but there was no way I could ever have imagined the impact they would...

Stench Of Profit: No Place To Hide (2020)

When the band has a name like Stench of Profit, and the first song is just instrumental keyboards, one just knows the rest of the album is not going to be like that, which is of course what we have here. Here we have 20 songs and a total running time of 36 minutes in...

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