So, long story short, it’s time to reconsider Ringo Starr’s solo output and thanks to Universal Music, we get to hear some of that output with restored audio.
The early punk thrash fury of ‘RRROOOAAARRR”, that was Voivod’s seminal follow-up to their now legendary debut ‘War and Pain’, gets the reissue treatment and goodies that it deserves after 3 decades of influence courtesy of BMG.
One of Voivod’s all-time fan favorites finally sees the reissue light, courtesy of BMG; and Voivod’s Killing Technology is still very much as awesome as when it first hit the scene 30 odd years ago.
Thanks to BMG, the ultimate sci-fi thrash classic in Dimension Hatross sees the light of day again, as Voivod’s masterpiece originally by NOISE Records gets a great reissue treatment.
A strange choice of reissue from the Feeder camp, so how does Renegades fair this time round? Read our review to find out what we thought…
Along with the reissued CD Digipak’s for Animositisomina and Houses of the Molé, Sphinctour is a must-have album for any Ministry fan.
There may be a fine line between cohesive and redundant and it’s up to individual fans of the band to decide where Animositisomina falls.
The first album of their Bush trilogy, Ministry’s Houses of the Molé, gets the reissue treatment. See if it has held the test of time…
Priest has always been a bravura live band, and this 20 song live performance easily justifies the purchase of this set.
An excellent re-issue of an album that deserves far more recognition than it gets today. Check out our full review for how damn heavy this album is.
In what is one of the most fun articles we’ve posted to date, Trivium guitarist and vocalist Matt Heafy shares with us this list of the TOP 10 things you didn’t know about Trivium!
Texan outfit This Will Destroy You give their Young Mountain debut the reissue treatment. Is it worth buying second time round? Read our review here…
Seattle supergroup Temple of the Dog has reunited and will tour for the first time ever since forming in 1990. Listen to the band’s previously unreleased track “Black Cat” above!