Reviews

There is a possibility of spoilers, but it won’t really matter The midnight showing of the newest Marvel release is often an enthusiastic affair with fans clamouring to be among the first to see the latest instalment of the franchise. This was not the case with Captain Marvel, sat in the muted screen that was […]

There is something quietly perverted about sitting out in the garden drinking an afternoon beer in February. Something that we shouldn’t be able to do, but it is oh so enjoyable. So what better soundtrack to such an activity than a Maiden-esque metal adventure in the guise of Scream Into The Void by Rhodium? The […]

Walking home on the warmest day of the year so far had an awesome soundtrack. It’s a hell of an opening sentence, and it was a fun walk. Mainly because I wasn’t running for cover from biblical levels of rain, but could happily stroll. Contrast that with the heavy metal goodness that was blaring into […]

There isn’t much that will get me moving once I have settled in for the night on the sofa and have got comfortable. A fifteen-minute warning of a spare Frank Carter ticket is one of those rare occurrences. A whirlwind of activity ensued as I tried to find my pants and exit the house as […]

Last night’s viewing of Alita was a last-minute thought and even more last minute purchase, and yet I was still in my seat 15 minutes before the trailers began, which was more to do with the fact that they started half an hour after the time shown on my ticket, but at least the chairs […]

There has been a correction to this article. Originally the name of the singer was given as Elena Bella, The singer on the album was Alexandra Anagnostopoulou, who has since left the band. Messengers of Hope is the latest album from Hand of Fate. I hadn’t heard of them until the album was sent to me, […]

I wasn’t sure what to expect with this album, Bourbon Times seems to draw your attention towards Jack Daniels country, and this was compounded by the album art. That being said, I have learned to be wary of the Rock world and its attempts to trick me. That being said, I threw caution to the […]

VANT released Dumb Blood in 2017, the same year that they announced a hiatus at the end of that year’s tour. I came across this album in the same way I come across so many others. Uncle Rock called and told me there was a band coming and I agreed to go and see them […]

Name:             Terra Incognita Album:            Fragments of a Ruined Mind Released:        November 2017   One of the joys of doing this job is the stream of new material that is sent my way. It is something that changes up the usual rotation of music that happens in the house and allows me to get to grips […]

First in line for our retrospective look at the work of David Bowie is the 1967 self-titled debut album. Our man has been locked in a cupboard with nothing but the album for company. These are his slightly crazed thoughts. I have always said that in order to fully enjoy music you have to listen […]


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