It feels like it’s been a long time since I’ve listened to an album with magical tenacity such as this one. Proving the group can take on whatever life throws at them, the power of three come together to create a grandeur album.
In real life I am a rather succinct person, not really prone to extended verbalizations of what I think. We Love Metal forces me to be somewhat more verbose. That is where my quandary lies in the review of Haken’s latest, Affinity, on InsideOut Records.
You ever experience one of those moments where you come across a song and from the get-go you’re hooked and the track goes above and beyond your expectations? Yeah, that’s what happened recently after hearing up and comers, Arion, and their latest single, At The Break Of Dawn.
I’ve been on the Redemption bandwagon for over a decade now – ever since The Fullness of Time – and can say with confidence that the band’s latest, The Art of Loss on Metal Blade, is Redemption‘s best album.
How does one go about reviewing a 2 hour album? It’s often difficult enough to make it through one that’s just 45 minutes long. Dream Theater has challenged with their latest album The Astonishing on Roadrunner Records.
I hadn’t heard of “supergroup” Headspace before getting the promo for their latest. When I saw that Damian Wilson (Threshold) was holding down vocal duties, how could I resist checking out All That You Fear is Gone from InsideOut?
One of my all time favorite and severely under appreciated bands is back with a shot of Canadian progressive sci-fi Metal. Voivod has once again made a significant personnel change, but its effect is little noticed on Post Society from Century Media Records.