Tag: SPV

Axel Rudi Pell – Mystica Review

Originally written by Jon Eardley Axel Rudi Pell…for what it’s worth I’m going into this review as blind as a bat when it comes to the latest output from this legendary German thrasher/guitar extraordinaire as

Monster Magnet – Tab (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. Spacey, trippy, and every other word you can think of that somehow alludes to being so drugged up that you can’t even fathom the thought of walking describes this album

Moonspell – Memorial Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Like a musical representation of Barry Bonds, Moonspell only get thicker and heavier with age, as if injected with vigor. Nearly vanished are the monotone clean vocals that may have made them

Beyond Fear – Self Titled Review

Tim “Ripper” Owens is a real trooper. Plucked from relative obscurity out of Winter’s Bane and a Judas Priest cover band to front the metal gods, he went on to sing on two studio albums

Fields Of The Nephilim – Mourning Sun Review

South London’s Carl McCoy has taken fans Fields of the Nephilim on an interesting journey over the past 20 years. McCoy grew up in an environment steeped in religion, and found his days as a

Annihilator – Ten Years In Hell Review

Originally written by Chris Chellis. While Annihilator version 2006 may no longer be of interest to the same fan base the group garnered in its early years, this spiffy new DVD should certainly turn those stubborn heads.

Sepultura – Dante XXI Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Ill admit it; I have not heard a single album beyond the seminal Roots and I have never even heard a single note from Derrick Green since he replaced Max Cavalera; Against, Nation and Roorback. Never

Helloween – Keeper Of The Seven Keys: The Legacy Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Helloween are past their creative peak. That’s obvious. And so, like many creatively bankrupt act’s have done, they’ve decided to pillage their back catalog in hopes of capitalizing on their