Seek Irony – Tech N’ Roll, the debut album of this fivesome originally from Tel Aviv, Israel was released today and here is our take on their offering. But wait, did we mention they moved base to Austin, Texas? Yes, the founding brothers Kﬁr and Rom Gov took things across the pond to team up […]
Here we go again! Our review of Random Hero’s – Oceans of Change album. We are late to review this album which was released in 2014, but the reason is – we were just too busy listening and rocking out to it! And to put icing on the cake, our first ever album of the […]
Let’s take a look at this heavy coffee table book by Martin Popoff – “Fade to black – Hard Rock Cover Art of the Vinyl Age”. This book is a visual journey 25 years of hard rock album cover art from 1965 to 1990, garnished with photography and publishing info as well as short background […]
Today we finally got our grubby hands on a copy of Crash Midnight’s “Lost In The City” debut album and we gave the CD (yes, those still do exist) some good spins to find out what these Boston rockers are all about. Check out out our track by track breakdown and down forget to rate […]
Despite, the fearless fivesome from Sweden did a single song release as a follow-up to their “EPic” album released in February 2014. Here is what we think about their latest work.
Off to another review – here are our thoughts on Tom Keifer’s “The Way Life Goes” album, track by track: 1. Solid Ground Great bluesy guitars, a Keifer trademark scream to open the song – could you ask for more? Tom surely stands his ground here in the veins of Black Crowes, but with his […]
For the love of the horns – if you like your Heavy Metal info printed so you can put it on your bar counter or coffee table, the 400 page book “The Encyclopedia of Heavy Metal” will put a smile on your face every time you pick it up. …the most thorough and informative publication […]