Tag: Running Wild

Last Rites’ Facebook Albums Of The Week: January 20th – January 26th

“Album Of The Day” is a Last Rites Facebook feature we started whose purpose is quite straight-forward: highlight one album per day and say a few words about it. Understanding that not everyone chooses to

Running Wild – Rapid Foray Review

Avast, ye scurvy dogs. It’s been almost two months since Running Wild released Rapid Foray to the world, and just a little bit longer since I heard it for the first time. After an initial

80s Essentials – Volume Six

Welcome to part six of The Most Essential Albums of the Eighties.  Previous volumes are available here. This week’s edition is another smorgasbord of metal styles, featuring classic doom, ground-breaking death metal, foundational Norwegian black

To The Furnace With The Fab Four! – The Beatles Done Heavy

It’s very hard to find someone who doesn’t like The Beatles. Rather, it’s very hard to find someone who doesn’t like The Beatles and isn’t just stating their dislike out of some sort of forced

Running Wild – Resilient Review

No pirate jokes. No pirate jokes. No pirate jokes. NO PIRATE JOKES. Rock ‘n’ Rolf Kasparek is the Stephen King of the metal world: he cranks ’em out like a bloody machine, and long-time fans

Running Wild – Shadowmaker Review

Running Wild (or more accurately, Captain Rock N’ Rolf Kasparek) announced that the band would be decommissioned in 2009, rechristening himself T.T. Poison for his new band Toxic Taste. Pirate lovers worldwide were pretty bummed.

Running Wild – Rogues En Vogue Review

Running Wild is one of the last of a dying breed – a band that keeps on chugging solely on the support of their fans. No big concert tours, no multi-page spreads in major magazines,