With this band you have everything to the extreme, and so the new album is introduced with so much promotion and noise, the fallen angel himself must be shaken up. A promotional trip with numerous signing sessions and endless flow of interviews before the actual tour takes off, expensive limited edition-cds, new merchandise and everything ... more/mehr
Evil Or Divine: Live In New York City
Apart from the cheap and crappy artwork there is nothing to complain about this album. The song selection is more the representative (everything from Rainbow through Sabbath to Dios solo works), it sounds top and of course the vocal abilities of the little man from New Hampshire are beyond question. The album can be equally recommended ... more/mehr
Finding the Sacred Heart Live in Philly 1986
The double-disc from Dio is here and itīs not bad at all -itīs just that itīs, well, a live album. The fact that itīs a live album brings up a few issues, for instance in the day and age of live DVDs, the live CDs are dying.
When it comes to musicians like Dio, the setlist is one of the things to start up conversations. ... more/mehr
From Nothing to Now
Promising band seeks new singer hopefully.
The album kicks off with a very nonchalant Nobody Like You, which leaves one wondering whether the rest is any good. Most wouldnīt make it through the second song. Later on there are a few things very clear: As far as their instrumental ability goes, theyīre not bad at all. ... more/mehr
Sometimes itīs funny what kind of people you meet in chatrooms. 99% are idiots and then finally, when you almost want to give up, you meet someone, who exposes you to this kind of music. Although the guys had some success, I honestly have to say that I havenīt heard of them before. Luckily this has changed because everyone who doesnīt ... more/mehr