Album Reviews

Crobot - Motherbrain

Crobot - Motherbrain

CROBOT is one of those bands that I knew by name and had never gotten the chance to check out. In hindsight and after spending some listening time with “Motherbrain”, it felt like a missed opportunity. On the other hand, late is better than never and the band’s new LP seems like the perfect opportunity to change this setup. I should also credit the “Low Life” music video with the powerful riffs, the awesome groove quality, that is perfect during summer time,  and the having tons of fun footage.

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Friday, 16 August 2019 11:44

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A Pale Horse Named Death - When The World Becomes Undone

A Pale Horse Named Death - When The World Becomes Undone

There are all kinds of albums from all different Metal genres out there, and therefore it has become challenging to stay on top of things. I mean, if you try to digest all the music that may be your cup of tea is an impossible task and often one relies to ‘fast-food’ listening, skipping all the fun of diving deep into the artist’s mind. Personally, fast-listening and PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH are incompatible terms and this means that you have to be ready to bite deep and chew hard to digest what this band and especially how Sal Abruscato chooses to keep his demons at bay via the music and the lyrics. “When The World Becomes Undone” is a difficult to study album with lots of layers to peel off before reaching the end. The trip is bumpy, has lot of steep turns and is far from being pleasant. Are you ready to open Pandora’s Box with all those ugly things you have safekeeping there?

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Friday, 16 August 2019 11:27

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Suicidal Angels - Years Of Aggression

Suicidal Angels - Years Of Aggression

Thrash from Europe and especially from Greece? Count me in, although I would be a terrible liar if I’d say that I did not know of SUICIDAL ANGELS before getting my hands on their seventh LP, “Years Of Aggression”. Their German-infused Thrash has never stopped being appealing to me and therefore the Greek band has been on my radar for quite some time now. Still, having listened to the album more than enough to form an opinion, I can say from the beginning that SUICIDAL ANGELS seem to have some fresh and high-octane fuel in their tank. Please, allow me to explain why.

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Friday, 19 July 2019 11:23

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Blaze Bayley - The Redemption Of William Black

Blaze Bayley - The Redemption Of William Black

Blaze Bayley is a unique performer and it is such a shame that received so much negativity during this time in MAIDEN. There are always two sides in every coin and in this case, Blaze got to start his solo career after leaving the British band. How things went from that day up until now is a real rollercoaster with lots of downs and, fortunately more ups, especially the positivity this gentleman and his loyal band have received with the release of the impressive “Infinite Entanglement” trilogy. That’s right; the band invested a decent amount of time and following an already announced (and tight) timetable, released one part per year, leaving “The Redemption Of William Black” to be the final chapter of the story. This leaves me with a bittersweet taste because, following the band’s doings to fulfill this obligation since 2016, it feels like both the musicians and the fans saw this through the end.

Written by Dimitris Kontogeorgakos Friday, 19 July 2019 11:02

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