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Egypt – Endless Flight Album Review 2015

Egypt Endless Flight Review 2015One of my all-time favorite Heavy Rock acts, Fargo based Doom band Egypt, just released their new album ‘Endless Flight’. It came right in time to land under the tree on Christmas Eve.

Admittedly, I was a little bit concerned. After all, Egypt’s previously released material set the bar high. Very high, actually. So, I curbed my excitement and expectations in anticipation of ‘Endless Flight’. However, as it turns out, for no reason, because Egypt did yet again what they do best:

They killed -They destroyed – Big time!

Egypt – Endless Flight Album Review 2015 was last modified: December 28th, 2015 by Ulrich Peise

KADAVAR – KADAVAR Album Review

KADAVAR AlbumKADAVAR by KADAVAR was my first album from this band. And what a great surprise it was. I had them on my radar screen for quite a while but I’m glad that I finally went ahead and got myself the band’s highly acclaimed debut record.

KADAVAR – KADAVAR Album Review was last modified: October 24th, 2015 by Ulrich Peise

KADAVAR – ‘Berlin’ Album Review

KADAVAR just recently released their third studio album titled ‘Berlin’. As a fan of their previous two releases, I had high hopes for this record. However, when I listen to it for the first time, I felt rather indifferent. But Read the full article…

KADAVAR – ‘Berlin’ Album Review was last modified: October 20th, 2015 by Ulrich Peise

Graveyard – Innocence And Decadence Album Review

Graveyard Innocence and Decadence ReviewWith ‘Innocence And Decadence’, Graveyard delivered yet again. Their new 2015 release, which marks their fourth full studio album, the Power-Rock quartet from Sweden once more gave testament to what they do best, namely producing uncompromising and authentic music. And simply at the end of the day, that’s why I love them.

Graveyard – Innocence And Decadence Album Review was last modified: October 19th, 2015 by Ulrich Peise

Purple Hill Witch – Purple Hill Witch Album Review

Purple Hill Witch ReviewWhat an album, what a band. I have no idea why not more people are all over this. Not to say that Purple Hill Witch is lost in obscurity by any means – but I still wonder why, even among die-hard doom and heavy rock fans, the Swedish power-trio finds hardly any mention. It certainly can’t be because for a lack of quality or musicianship. “Purple Hill Witch” by Purple Hill Witch is one of the best hard/heavy rock records ever. Hands down.

Purple Hill Witch – Purple Hill Witch Album Review was last modified: September 11th, 2015 by Ulrich Peise

Great Lefty Live Forever Tony Iommi Tribute CD Review

Great Lefty Live Forever ReviewAs I explained in the video, I am usually a little weary when I hear the term “Tribute band” or “Tribute CD”. Especially in conjunction with my all time favorite guitarist, Tony Iommi. So, with some initial reluctance and skepticism, I nonetheless decided to give it a shot and purchased my copy of the Great Lefty Live Forever Tony Iommi Tribute CD. After all, Tony asked me to do so, hence I did. Well, he didn’t just asked me, but all of his fans. Anyway….

The idea behind this project was to get bands and artists together who in some way, shape or form got influenced by Tony’s playing and ask them to contribute to a Tony Iommi tribute album. The proceeds will go to a good cause, namely the Macmillian Cancer Support group in the UK.

I really like this double CD. Despite my hesitation, the Great Lefty bands all delivered. Of course, as we most albums, there are some tracks that I like more than others. Therefore, let me point out a couple of my personal highlights you can find on this tribute to Tony Iommi, known as the Godfather of Metal!

Great Lefty Live Forever Tony Iommi Tribute CD Review was last modified: August 31st, 2015 by Ulrich Peise

Witchfinder General Friends Of Hell Album Review

Frineds Of Hell By Witchfinder General“Friends of Hell” is the second Witchfinder General studio album. It was released in 1983, succeeding the debut record “Death Penalty”.

Witchfinder General Friends Of Hell Album Review was last modified: August 28th, 2015 by Ulrich Peise