Tag: Jag Panzer

We Have The Power! – The Top Ten Power (And Power Related) Metal Albums of 2017

The clearest way to sum up power metal in 2017 is to relate it to the abundance of superhero movies and shows from 2017: it’s out there in numbers and desperately craves broad appeal; it’s

Jag Panzer – The Deviant Chord Review

Not too long after 2011’s The Scourge Of The Light, it looked like we might lose Jag Panzer. Again. Splintering after that underrated album, these long-running American power metal innovators announced their separation. By then,

80s Essentials – Volume Four

Welcome to the fourth installment of The 100 Most Essential Albums of the 80s. If you need to catch up, you can do so here. This week’s edition is another testament to the diversity of

Jag Panzer – The Scourge Of The Light Review

Thirty years ago, a fledgling Jag Panzer helped lay the groundwork for the American power metal sound, releasing early highlights in 1983’s Tyrants EP and follow-up full-length Ample Destruction before losing vocalist Harry “The Tyrant”

Jag Panzer – Casting The Stones Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. America has certainly had its fair share of first-rate power metal acts, but few of them, however, have been qualified enough to hold a torch to the overlords of the