Tag: Sanctuary Records

Iron Maiden – A Matter Of Life And Death Review

Chris Chellis’ take: History unfolds before us and the two-ton text that is Maiden slaps us across the face yet again to demand another thorough read with A Matter of Life and Death.  Like any aging author whose

Stratovarius – Stratovarius Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. I know what these guys are thinking: “We can’t win. We play power metal, and they say it’s cheesy. We play rock, and they call it lame.” Well, someone has

Iommi – Fused Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. Being a true believer in the drive-by review, here I go… Finding hard rock worth listening to in today’s music scene is an exercise in futility. Those both brave and

Corrosion Of Conformity – In The Arms Of God Review

Originally written by Nin Chan You know, I figure I might as well get this out of the way early on in the review- I fucking LOVE Corrosion of Conformity. From their early days as a D.R.I. /

Megadeth – The System Has Failed Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Back from the brink of deth, the legendary brainchild of the illustrious Dave Mustaine returns, as if anybody ever doubted it would happen. Megadeth was the fastest, angriest, and arguably best band

Superjoint Ritual – A Lethal Dose Of American Hatred Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . and here we go. Superjoint Ritual is the umpteenth metal project of Phil Anselmo, but it’s his primary focus right now. Neither groove-laden

Anthrax – We’ve Come For You All Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Anthrax’s highly anticipated new album has finally graced my ears. Some are hailing it as the great return to form, whilst others are condemning Anthrax to a fate worse than