Album review: From The Otherside by Ghost Season.

Ghost Season is a high energy alternative metal band from Athens in Greece. They started out in 2013. Originally it was an idea of Dorian Gates, who plays bass. He quickly got back up from a guitarist, named: Nick Christolis. And so Ghost Season became reality. Since then they have been working their way toMeer lezen over “Album review: From The Otherside by Ghost Season.”

Album review: breathe by Liquid Therapy.

Liquid Therapy stands for pure rock and going full speed ahead. Their tight riffs and clean vocals are the band’s characteristics, together with the lyrics. When it comes to genre, Liquid Therapy can certainly not be put in a box. Various totally strange influences ensure that the repertoire can appeal to many people. The albumMeer lezen over “Album review: breathe by Liquid Therapy.”

The next chapter in the tale from Giotopia is about to begin.

Giotopia is heading further onto their journey of their epic fantasy tale. That, they do with a new album, called: Trinity Of Evil! For this album each song will be released one by one, in the form of a music video. Chapter one is called: A new Saga. It starts off with mysterious sounds andMeer lezen over “The next chapter in the tale from Giotopia is about to begin.”

Album review: Identity by Fight Like Sin.

Fight Like Sin is an aggressive hard rock band from Lafayette, Indiana. The group was formed in early 2012 by lead vocalist and guitarist Cody Hughes and drummer Tim Stepp. Drew Luigs would join the band as Bassist/backing vocals in 2015, and guitarist Kale Strange joined the group in 2019. Fight Like Sin brings youMeer lezen over “Album review: Identity by Fight Like Sin.”

New Album: Flags Will Fly Forever by Horror Dance Squad. Out Now!

Horror Dance Squad is a six-headed, modern metal formation from Estonia. They have been alive and kicking since 2014 and haven’t been quiet ever since. They have shared stages with many other bands before, including big names in the genre like: August Burns Red, Comeback Kid, Adept, Deez Nuts and many more. During the lastMeer lezen over “New Album: Flags Will Fly Forever by Horror Dance Squad. Out Now!”

New album: Lies… and all that jazz by Dead Fish Handshake. Out Now!

In 2011, two New Yorkers burst onto the scene with the debut album of their band: Dead Fish Handshake. Originally started as an acoustic project, Mathew Paul and Rob Ferreira quickly found out that their music and both guys’s talents were a match made in heaven. It then also came as no surprise for anyoneMeer lezen over “New album: Lies… and all that jazz by Dead Fish Handshake. Out Now!”

Album review: Second life by Chaoseum out on September, 25th!

Forming in 2018, Chaoseum emerged from the musical minds of four Swiss mates, hailing from different corners of Switzerland. They got together by passion and their huge influence of metal music, having performed together in symphonic/power-metal act Elferya. With Chaoseum, they develop their personal horizon in a different type of music and style, and theMeer lezen over “Album review: Second life by Chaoseum out on September, 25th!”

Album Review: Eidolon by Lunar

After the debut album: Theogony, which was released in 2017, had gained many great reviews it quickly went on to become number 23th on Prog-Sphere’s top albums of 2017. In the spring of 2018 however, the band suffered a dramatic loss of their guitar player: Ryan Erwin. Due to this loss, the band had beenMeer lezen over “Album Review: Eidolon by Lunar”

Album Review: No Place To Hide by Horrorwish.

Gio Smet is a very great musician. He already has a very rich history when it comes to making music and he worked with many other artists that had led to many great songs and albums, including this darker one, called: No place to hide. As the name of the band does ring a bellMeer lezen over “Album Review: No Place To Hide by Horrorwish.”

Album review: Green Light Fever by Ø M S. Out on the 1st of October.

Friends helping friends is one beautiful thing and a reminder that you cannot live without them. When I was younger we used to go to the local youth center where, in our town, we all knew each other very good. It then also came as no surprise that we’ve seen many of our friends onMeer lezen over “Album review: Green Light Fever by Ø M S. Out on the 1st of October.”