Metal

  • SORD: “Strings of RonDoll” – Rocking with Anime!

    The Japanese have given much to the world, from sushi to origami, but if there’s something that appeals to the young and old alike – it is anime. Add music to that equation, and you’ve got something explosive on your hands. Most anime induced songs have a strong theatrical...
  • Lana Laws: Kalasin – a powerful, effortlessly epic work!

    Lana Laws is a transgender keyboardist, guitarist and bassist and the creator of “Kalasin” – a symphonic, progressive instrumental metal project. The name of the project comes from Kalasin – a town, as well as a province, in the northeast of Thailand, which is dear to Laws, due to...
  • Infinity: “Set Me Free” perfectly mesh thrash with an undeniable groove!

    The metal band from Philadelphia, Infinity, was formed in November 2016, by vocalist and rhythm guitarist Ryan Howie and lead guitarist Ricky Sobel, who knew each from through a mutual former bandmate. The duo immediately started writing and recording “The Beginning of the End,” which was released in late...
  • Grave Robbert – breathing fire all over the studio!

    Grave Robbert was founded in 2010 by Rob Grave Törnqvist, as a solo horror-metal project, up until the end of 2017, when it was decided to go on as a full band. Currently in the studio recording the debut album “The Nightmare Begins” – set for a 2019 Halloween...
  • The Brazilians Release New Album “Delta”

    The Brazilians were borne in the Gordonvale pubs nestled amongst the Mulgrave Delta cane fields of deep Far North Queensland. The band got their start playing loud and proud, with the twin guitar attack of Todd Macalpine and Callum “Frullet” Willians competing against the industrial din of the Gordonvale...
  • Cortex Complex: “Memoirs of an Apocalypse” – elaborate writing and dynamic performances!

    Cortex Complex is a UK, Brighton based Sci-Fi Progressive Rock virtual band created by P. Chrys with the assistance of various session musicians. Their virtual bio reads as follows: “It’s the year 2177. The world has succumbed to highly evolved artificial intelligence and it’s nearing extinction. Humanity has been...
  • Room 1985: “The Bliss” tackles the addiction to social media

    The of trio of Sam Stone (Vocals, bass guitar), Chris Crysand (Guitars, synths and backing vocals) and John Hulse (drums, electronic drums and percussion), better known as Room 1985, release their sophomore album “The Bliss”. The 8 track concept album, to be officially released on the 10th of August,...
  • Steve Lieberman: “The Gangsta Rabbi’s (Punk/Thrash) Thick As A Brick/A Passion Play”

    After the transitional and daring “Aqualung” album turned Jethro Tull into hard rock heroes and stadium giants, the group made one of the gutsiest moves they could; their next album, 1972’s “Thick As A Brick” consisted of a single, LP-length song, full of winding structures and movements, at just...
  • Blindboss: “Our Tribe” – An astounding fusion of unhinged power!

    Max Histrionic is the sole member of the multimedia experience known as Blindboss. Max plays guitar, bass, drums, sings vocals and writes the songs. Blindboss crafts a live multimedia show which he cleverly performs as a 3-piece band at high end venues, creating a loud, futuristic rock n roll,...