Two years have passed, since Jorn Lande released his last record. Spoilt fans already started to worry because usually they are treated with a new masterpiece every year. But now it´s clear why Lande took a longer break from touring and recording. And the wait was worth it – Jorn Lande and his new guitar player, Trond Holter (Wig ... more/mehr
“Are we gonna change the world?” Joseph Parsons asks at the beginning of his new album “Empire Bridges” and during the course of the 11 songs he notes that this may not be an easy task. Parsons takes a look at the state of the world and society and sees many things that have a bad influence on our lives. Yet he does not despair in ... more/mehr
If Thine Enemy Hunger
You have to smuggle a recorder in the rehearsal place of an average band and wait for the things to come. The result is “If Thine Enemy Hunger” of the Indie Rockers Jucifer. This record really sounds like a demo-tape, that has been produced with great listlessness and in dopey condition.
Six long years have passed since the release of Judas Priest´s last, very disappointing album, Nostradamus – six, very eventful years: KK Downing (git) left the band after 40 years, Richie Faulkner replaced him and the Priests went on their “Epitaph” farewell tour, taking them around the globe. During that time, the band reconsidered ... more/mehr
Juliana Theory, The
Now that emotional music is in and many bands try to surf on the popularity wave, “The Juliana Theory” will find their audience for their album „Deadbeat Sweetheartbeat“. It doesn´t contain whiny vocals or those pointless growls. Well balanced instrumentation creates nice emotions and leave room for your own interpretations. ... more/mehr