Tag: Power

Axel Rudi Pell – Kings And Queens Review

HAILZ\m/! Axel Rudi Pell is abroad, spreading awe and wonder with his axemastery. Joined by his faithful bandmates, who are obviously not worth mentioning or they would also be in the band name, Axel Rudi

Tarot – Suffer Our Pleasures Review

Tarot is a Finnish power metal band originally formed in the mid-80s. After achieving a small degree of success throughout the 90s, particularly in Japan, they just sort of dissipated, with the members going on

Thunderstone – The Burning Review

It was with much trepidation that I slipped the new Thunderstone CD, The Burning, into my stereo for the first time. Having been thoroughly unimpressed by the random tracks I had heard on samplers, and

HammerFall – One Crimson Night Review

If you are not a HammerFall fan, please stop here. There is nothing for you to read here. Why would you waste your time reading about a band you loathe, anyway? That is time better

Primal Fear – Devil’s Ground Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. There are singers who surprise you by being amazingly small but belting out a huge amount of sound, like Ronnie James Dio (Dio) and Glen Danzig (The Misfits, Danzig). Then

Falconer – Sceptre Of Deception Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. The band that some love to hate and some hate to love, Falconer returns on their mighty thoroughbred steed of metal glory! With their wonderfully medieval previous album being so, well, wonderfully

Symphorce – Twice Second Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Symphorce is a band whose previous effort didn’t really impress me all that much. I like coming into an album not expecting much, then getting pleasantly surprised, as was the case

Gothic Knights – Up From The Ashes Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Is it 1987? Oh, wait no, no, no, not at all. After examining my calendar, making a couple phone calls, and referencing various news sites I have discovered in fact