Tag: SPV

Kamelot – The Black Halo Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. Elevating their songwriting once again to all new breathtaking heights, the undisputed champions of the US power metal circuit are back in all their splendor with yet another ambitious and

Impellitteri – Pedal To The Metal Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. I admittedly have very little knowledge in regards to the history of Impellitteri. The few releases that I have actually heard, 1992’s Grin And Bear It and 1994’s Answer To The Master (both with the

Tristania – Ashes Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. When the multifaceted Morten Veland resigned his position as chief composer in the widely acclaimed Norwegian goth outfit Tristania to focus all of his energy into his new brainchild Sirenia, the remaining members

Kreator – Enemy Of God Review

Originally written by Jason Lawrence I’m sure many of you have been waiting in gleeful anticipation for this one. Violent Revolution was a good, headbangable, anthem driven Thrash Metal album from a time when good Thrash from

UFO – You Are Here Review

UFO is a band that really needs no introduction, but I’ll give a brief one anyway. Formed in 1969 by vocalist Phil Mogg, drummer Andy Parker, guitarist Mick Bolton, and bassist Pete Way, they immediately

Sodom – One Night In Bangkok Review

Originally written by Alex de Moller. Who’d of thought you could admire someone so much for never giving a fuck. Sodom have had a difficult 20 year career… they’ve been fucked by record companies, beaten to death

Fu Manchu – Go For It…Live! Review

SPV seems to have developed a thing for double live albums lately. First it was Annihilator, then Kreator, Life of Agony, and Sodom. Now we have this two disc set from desert rockers (their word,