Sweden’s Deville, return with their second release, after the split CD with Sergej the Freak. The new album entitled “Come heavy Sleep” and with this one, Deville provide us with 13 compositions (11 tracks plus Intro / Outro) in the classic stoner rock forms with references to bands like: Kyuss, Queens Of The Stone Age and of course Black Sabbath. The album flows very smoothly, without certain originalities, except the track named “Black Dawn” in which track Deville added more Psychedelic elements.
\r\nΤο 2004 εÎ¯χαμε παρουσιÎ¬σει τους ΓερμανοÏς Deadborn μÎσα\r\nαπÏŒ το Metalzone.gr ÏŒταν\r\nεÎ¯χαν κυκλοφορÎ®σει το EP "Decades Of Decapitation".\r\nΟι κριτικÎς που εÎ¯χ&epsilo
\r\nFor those who do not know, Hardcore Superstar don’t play Hardcore despite their name. For those who they want learn, Hardcore Superstar are a Swedish band, which has until now made enormous success in its country and thanks to this album it appears that it will become more widely known. Their music cannot enter in some concrete musical genre, it is however obvious that it’s influences emanate so much from the space of Glam of/Sleaze Rock of what Hard Rock.
After releasing "Eight Moons” and “Empires of the World", Biomechanical is back with their third full length album, with Gus Drax and Chris Ban Hayden on the guitars, Andrian Lambert on bass, Jonno Lodge on drums and of course John K on vocals. The album contains 10 tracks, and it is mixed by Chris Tsangarides. No doubt, it’s difficult to categorize this band. Extreme progressive, like it says on the promo, death/thrash, industrial?
\r\nInfected Malignity come from Tokyo and Re:bel is their first release which is Mini – EP. However the result is truly professional and fulfilled. We could say that the band is within the Brutal Death genre but if you listen closely there are other elements entwining in Re:bel.
Ship Ahoooy!!! The Scottish band Alestorm, set sails from the Highlands to conquer the seven seas. Equipped themselves this some ale, some rum, many beautiful melodies and of course, plenty of backing chorus vocals. Their music can be described as folklore similar to bands like, Korpiklaani and Waylander and of course many Influences by the all time leading Pirates Running Wild.
\r\nAngel Of Eden is the new band project of Artension’s guitarist Roger Stafffelbach and "End Of Never" is the beginning of his new musical branch along with a group of a most respected musicians standing by his side, including Carsten "Lizard" Schulz [Evidence One, ex Domain], Mistheria [solo, Bruce Dickinson] on the keyboards, Rami Ali [Evidence One] sitting behind the drumkit a
\r\nFor many of you this debut from the Germany-based band Dawn Of Destiny will surely be a pleasant surprise. With a woman by the name Tanja Maul being in the front line Dawn Of Destiny’s music can be described as symphonic power metal in the vein of Nightwish and Operatika or Edenbridge but what separates them from the ones mentioned is the fact that Dawn Of Destiny can get faster, harder and even more aggressive.
\r\nIt has become a usual habit for Blind Guardian to release singles or EPs with each new album. This time it’s "Another Stranger Me", a five-track effort with the title track, a brand new song by the title, ’All The Kings Horse’, an unexpected cover version on The Mamas And the Papas’ ’Dream A Little Dream Of Me’ and two demo-versions of the songs ’Lionheart’ and ’The Edge’.
\r\nMr. Neal\r\nMorse is well known to the audience due too his carrier with the prog rockers\r\nSpock’s Beard, his contribution to the All star prog project Transantlatic and\r\nof course his solo works always in his beautiful prog rock forms\r\n
\r\nThe Double\r\nCD I got here, is a Live recording, including the Whole “Question Mark” album\r\n(2005) and some selected tracks from the “One” Album (2004)\r\n