Category Archives: Metal

Angeles ~ Test Of Time

  This band, from the first song, seem to want to be Van Halen. They do have some great musicianship going on between guitarist Dale Lytle on guitars, Cal Shelton on bass & Danny Basulto on drums. The main difference … Continue reading

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    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! There was so much good music that came out in 2017, so, I will give you some to give some listening to. These all came to me in 2017, so, if a 2016 release slipped … Continue reading

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High Fighter ~ Scars & Crosses

  This german band, High Fighter, brings us their debut album titled “Scars & Crosses”. This does not bring you sounds of Clean singing or clean guitars. This is definately an alternative rock band. The vocals are not for me, … Continue reading

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Dee Snider ~ We Are The Ones

  A new solo album from Dee Snider. You may not hear any more Twisted Sister, but, to me, this is much better. Great singing by Dee, the music is right on track & the lyrics are definately much better … Continue reading

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Dark Sarah ~ The Puzzle

  After a long 2 minute buildup of the first track titled “Breath, this album jumps into a much heavier sound. Featuring the voice of Heidi Parvianen of Amberian Dawn, this Symphonic Metal band jumps up the notch a bit. … Continue reading

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Seven Kingdoms EP

  This 4 song EP is both good & bad within the same songs. The band plays well with a lot of guitar work while the drums thrash around. The female vocals are very good, while I’m not a fan … Continue reading

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Narnia ~Narnia

  This album from Progressive Christian Metal Rockers is musically very good. If you didn’t know this was a christian album, you might overlook it, however, as you listen to the lyrics, you can hear the christian rock come through. … Continue reading

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