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EDENYA –Silence (2020)

Montgeron, Paris, France Private Press 50:10 https://edenya.bandcamp.com/album/silence https://www.facebook.com/Edenyaband/ My Rating 85/100 Every now and then, when working through a pile of albums submitted for review, you come across a project that, for some reason...

Rack & Gridfailure: The Sun Exploded (2021)

RACK and GRIDFAILURE are, based on the descriptions that followed this promo, two artists with a similar approach to their music. Harsh noise textures and dystopian atmospheres is the order of the day, and the main difference appears to be that Rack slowed down...

Bodom After Midnight: Paint the Sky with Blood (2021)

Towards the end of 2019 it was announced that Children of Bodom were no more, and that singer/guitarist Alex Laiho and rhythm guitarist Daniel Freyberg would be forming a new act. Combining with drummer Waltteri Väyrynen (Paradise Lost), bassist Mitja Toivonen...

Art Griffin: The Venus Variations (2020)

This is a side project from multi-instrumentalist Griffin, who provides guitar, bass, keyboards, and programmed drums, and he has been joined by his Sound Chaser colleagues Kelly Kereliuk (guitar) and Victoria Yeh (electric violin). This is a very different release...

Blues Pills: Holy Moly! (2020)

The Swedes are back with their third album, and yet again we are thrown deep into the late Sixties/early Seventies and feel so much better for it! There has been a line- up change since ‘Lady In Gold’ with the departure of Dorian Sorriaux, so Zack Anderson has...

Chancroid: Bestial Perverse of The Anomalies Psychoneurotic (2020)

Who knew that West Java was a hotbed of brutal death metal? Well, apparently it is and here we have the debut album by Chancroid, who comprise Wira (vocals), Hendri (guitar, bass) and Arief (drums). One day I will work out why various extreme bands feel it is a good...

Ekko Park: Horizon (2020)

Although Ekko Park may not be a name widely known outside Aotearoa, even though they have toured the UK, Ireland, and Italy, down here they are recognised as rock royalty and justifiably so. There is no excuse for not seeing them at one of their many gigs, sometimes...

Harmony Glen: Start Living Today (2017)

When I first started playing this, I had to do something of a double take, as this is wonderful soaring feel good folk based very much on Irish and Celtic styles, but this band is from Holland! It is only the lack of Irish accent which allows one to realise that they...

Helena Arlock: Live At The Revolution (2020)

I was reading the latest newsletter from Melodic Revolution Records one day, and came across the story behind this release, which Nick Katona was making available free of charge. I was intrigued by what I was reading, and am always up for free music, so thought I’d...

Honky Tonk Men: Honky Tonk Men (2019)

Here we have another album from Holland where the people involved actually have no idea whatsoever that they are Dutch. Stefan Witteman (Vocals, acoustic guitar), Bert Boot (Vocals, electric guitar), Nico Druijf (Vocals, upright bass), Hans Snitslaar (Drums) and...


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