With the recent reformation of Metal Church, and a new solo album Electric Wake out in the wild, Ronny is certainly keeping himself busy.
Sabaton, the heavy metal force hailing from Sweden, are bringing back the power with Heroes, their newest release due out on May 16th via Nuclear Blast Records. This being the first record since the departure of previous members (vocalist Joakim Broden and bassist Par Sundstrom being the only remaining members), it begs the question as to whether they’re still capable of delivering and even surpassing on their previous efforts.
Cradle of Filth’s Total Fucking Darkness is the extreme metal band’s third demo. With their success being on a continuous rise, lead vocalist Dani Filth decided to remaster said demo so that fans, both new and old, were exposed to/could access even more Filth.
Edguy have been consistently releasing records since their debut in 1995. Album after album they have experimented with different sounds and now, fast forward 19 years, they’re preparing for the birth of yet another recording, this one titled Space Police – Defenders of the Crown (April 18, 2014).
One’s World’s Collide is your standard rock ‘n roll album. What you expect is what you’re going to get, and that’s in no way a bad thing. It accomplishes what it intends to, crafting a solid album for fans of the genre.
Seven years have passed since Nocturnal Breed’s last album, Fields of Rot, and this new release, Napalm Nights, sees the band hoping to simultaneously resurrect the past and introduce some new elements to their sound. The album opens with the bone crushing “The Devil Swept the Ruins”, and with its catchy chorus and energy-propelled riffs its the perfect opener and by far my favorite track. Alas, that’s also where Napalm Nights already begins to go downhill.
Days of The Fallen Sun is the latest release from Junius, a post-rock band from Boston, Massachusetts. This album is unique by design in that there are 4 tracks and 4 interludes, each of which add a nice buildup before each its respective song.
Metal Church released their self-titled album in 1984 and then split in 2008 due to frustrations with the music industry. Enter 2013 and they’re back with a new album, and are sounding better than ever! Generation Nothing never stops to let you breathe; it’s a nonstop chainsaw grinding away in a musical path that has recently been a little lackluster.