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Rob Gould- Plays Pawn Hearts

UK CD -Fruits de Mer Records  60min https://www.facebook.com/rob.gould.16 www.robgould.co.uk www.fruitsdemerrecords.com My Rating -A Well DeservedTop Score 100/100 At first, it would have been very tempting to try and draw parallels between Rob’s reworking of the...

Blind Ego (Kalle Walliner) – Liquid (2016)

This is the third solo album from guitarist Kalle Wallner who normally does guitar duties for  German Band "RPWL" (Risettion Postl Wallner & Lung). This project, entitled “Liquid”, had been seven years in the making from its initial conception to final completion...

The DogRocket Blues Band – Rusty Train (2021)

Dogmattic Studios Blues/Rock  CD48:41 https://www.facebook.com/thedogrocketbluesband https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyzOWtVZF9 7YFB8yKt7wcTg Rating 80/100 Even though Dog Rocket has been around for many years they have, until fairly recently, been a kind of...

Aaron English- All The Water of this World (2021 Reissue)

Genre: Progressive Country Rock – USA CD 50:21 https://www.aaronenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/englishaaron Rating 85/100 “All The Water of this World” by Aaron English is a studio album that seemingly escaped sufficient media attention when it was first...

White Noise Mafia: Let It End (2021) single

The boys are back with their second single, continuing from where the last one left off. This was again recorded in sessions with the mighty David Rhodes (Blindspott, Stylus, These Four Walls etc.), so of course the sound and arrangements are spot on, but this is all...

Club Classic: Greetings From Club Classic (2021)

{Club Classic} like to portray themselves in photos as being an interesting bunch of jokers, and indeed their Facebook page says, “Welly’s favourite grass roots sports club + indie-funk band hybrid”, but don’t let any of that fool you, as when it is time to start...

Stryper: Even the Devil Believes (2020)

I’m not really sure what is left to say about Stryper, who have remained true to their goals for most of their career. Back in 1983, when they were known as Roxx Regime, they released a six-track demo, and three of the four participants are still there today, namely...

Azarath: Saint Desecration (2020)

I was a huge fan of Azarath’s last album, ‘In Extremis’, so I was very pleased to see they had not taken as long to release a new one (which was my major complaint last time). In between times they have parted company with singer/guitarist Necrosodom, and founder...

Bas Rotten: Surge (2020)

17 songs, 21 minutes, yes guys we have some grindcore heading our way. Actually, this feels way more like hardcore punk sped up as opposed to what we currently think of as grindcore, but given that bands like Napalm Death were hugely influenced by the likes of...

Benediction: Scriptures (2020)

When vocalist of over 20 years Dave Hunt announced he needed time away from the band to finish his PhD, the lads decided not to sit back and wait. With Dave’s blessing, they decided to push on without him, and to find the right singer only took one call as they...


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    by Bob Mulvey on September 18, 2021 at 6:00 pm

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