Category Archives: Metal

Shumaun ~ One Day Closer To Yesterday

  Shumaun, a band that you may have heard about, from me, is a really good band. Great music, good vocals & more are available to cheer up your ears. The first song “Sensus Divinitatis” is a short 2:37 song, … Continue reading

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Black Magic ~ Wizard’s Spell

  The first song on this album, “Black Magic”, which is just a 51 second intro into a much faster paced song called “Flite Of The Wizard”. It has a good rhythm to it, which keeps you going. “Voodoo Curse” … Continue reading

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Ardours ~ Last Place On Earth

  This album didn’t really hit me with the first instrumental song, but, by the time that “Catabolic” come on with the vocals standing above the music, really changed my mind. At first, I was ready to just notch this … Continue reading

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Sweet Oblivion

  Another great album featuring Geoff Tate. Anything that Geoff Tate puts his hands on, seems to work very well. The music is sweet. The vocals are right where they need to be & the production is wonderful. “Transition” starts … Continue reading

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L.A. Guns ~ The Devil You Know

  L.A. Guns is back with a new album after a year and a half. The Missing Piece was the last album, which did very well. They wanted to continue with this new formula of MORE METAL.  Tracii Guns on … Continue reading

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Helheim ~Rignir

  Some of this album took me by surprise. Helheim was never a band that I could see myself listening to, but, probably about half of the album had me thinking “Hey, maybe I should have listened to them more.” … Continue reading

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Dream Theater ~ Distance Over Time

  Another fine album from Dream Theater. This one is not a concept album like the previous one. The band sounds fine, as always, but there doesn’t seem to be anything new to the Dream Theater sound. That’s OK, as … Continue reading

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