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Lisa LaRue -Origins

Melodic Revolution Records 2018 (Anthology) USA CD1 CD 2 -69.25 AOR Bathed with Progressive Moves www.lisalaruemusic. com/  www.facebook.com/ lisalarue2kx ReverbNation  My Rating 9/100 Please excuse my ignorance if I say that ‘Lisa Larue’ is completely new to me, all...

Texas Murder Crew: Everyone’s Last Breath (2020)

Here we have the debut album by Texas Murder Crew, who actually started a few years ago as Everyone’s Last Breath, which they have now taken as the title of this release. Fans of guitarist Kevin Clark (ex-Devourment, ex-Kill Everything) will be pleased to see him at...

The Third Kind: Man vs. Earth (2020)

This is the debut album by NYC-based The Third Kind, a hardcore/punk/thrash crossover unit comprised of drummer Brian Shonen (Bastard Clan, ex-Awkward Thought, On The Offense, Run Like Hell), bassist/vocalist Richard Muller (Vise Massacre, Great Planes, The Last...

Underer: The Code (2020)

What we have here is the debut album by debut LP by Camden, New Jersey-based Underer – the solo project of avant-garde multi-instrumentalist and recording artist Nick Shellenberger (Cleric, Shardik). There is no doubt in my mind as to who is the biggest influence, as...

Vader: Solitude in Madness (2020)

After 37 years leading Poland’s top death/thrash band, Piotr Wiwczarek is showing no sign whatsoever of slowing down. Back with their sixteenth studio album, here is a band who are very polished indeed, perhaps too much? This is all very clean indeed, and while the...

The Wicker Man 73: The Wicker Man (2020)

A few months back I heard from Stéphane Maxime, who asked me if I wanted to hear the album by The Wicker Man. He has amended the name to The Wicker Man 73 because a Ukrainian band used "The Wicker Man" first and of course any searches for the title brings back lots of...

Winterfylleth: The Reckoning Dawn (2020)

There are going to be a great many people really pleased with this album, and to be honest I’m one of them, but there are also going to be quite a few disappointed and I’m one of those as well. The reason being is that this is their first full length metal album since...

Zebadiah Crowe: Host Rider (2020)

Don’t let the pink cover fool you, have a closer look at the woman and you will see she has a goat’s skull covering her face, which makes one realise that what is inside may not be all sweetness and light, especially when looks harder and she appears to be inside a...

AJ True: She Who Must Be Loved (2020)

This album is AJ True’s soundtrack to Erica Glynn’s film, ‘She Who Must Be Loved,’ which tells the story of the director’s own mother, Freda Glynn: a vibrant and tenacious Kaytetye woman from central Australia. She is lovingly described as a 78 year old Aboriginal...

Angband: IV (2020)

Iranian act Angband released their debut ‘Rising From Apadana’ back in 2008, but since their third album, 2012’ ‘Saved From The Truth’ there has been little activity. However, Mahyar Dean (guitars, bass) and Ramin Rahimi (drums) have been joined by singer Tim Aymar...


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