Album Reviews

Sideburn - Gasoline

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Sometimes there is a burning desire to listen to music and push your worries, anxieties or whatever is holding you back on the side and just have a good time. And believe me this worry-free music is extremely difficult to make since it needs to be straightforward and aim for the heart. Of course and I am talking about Hard Rock and in particular about the kind that Switzerland’s SIDEBURN are capable to deliver, so grab a cold one and let the good times roll with “Gasoline” on the turntable (although, I don’t know if the album is available on vinyl).

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Wednesday, 05 June 2013 13:03

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Atomic Aggressor / Death Yell - Split

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Do you remember the split vinyl releases? Well, your answer depends on your age and most importantly on your desire to dig deeper for your Metal fix. Apparently, there are still bands out there that release split singles having just one track on each side (yeah, this is vinyl we are talking about) and this is exactly the story with the ATOMIC AGGRESSOR / DEATH YELL two-track release. Both bands come from Chile and for all the Death/Black Metal devotees this is a huge plus. You see, South America has a long tradition in this sound and a long list of – mostly – underground bands to prove this.

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Wednesday, 05 June 2013 12:57

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Aosoth - IV: An Arrow In Heart

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AOSOTH is a good band for anyone in search for Black Metal that is deeply rooted in the past, but definitely not muddy neither repeating. Something that is able to boldly stand in the present having darkness coming out of every musical note.

Written by Yiannis Doukas Wednesday, 05 June 2013 12:48

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Brutus - Behind The Mountains

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The words ‘mostly anticipated’ do not even come close to describe my excitement waiting to listen to this album. I still remember, three years ago, the moment I was firstly introduced to these Scandinavians’ addictive tunes of their self-titled debut that marked my mind and soul for good with their classic 70s Heavy Rock-driven sound. I instantly purchased a copy of “Brutus” and worn it down with multiple spins, waiting for the highly-promised sophomore album to emerge. Many moons have risen and set since, and here I am, browsing for hours the tangy cover artwork of “Behind The Mountains”, BRUTUS’ second album, which, as you can imagine, made me wondering what the heck is hiding behind the colorful mountains...

Written by Maria Voutiriadou Sunday, 02 June 2013 21:30

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