Dennis Jarman

Full time downtrodden album/gig reviewer and part time rock God!

The Midwich Affair-Energy-Single Review-Planetmosh

Staffordshire based The Midwich Affair step away from their usual high energy covers gigs to record another attention grabbing original song as they hit hard and heavy with the utterly bonkers new single release of ‘Energy’, something we all need these days if we can afford it. This tune to …

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Dirty Honey-Dirty Honey-EP/LP Review-Planetmosh

Another day and another band that almost slipped passed my radar until fellow Planetmosh collleague Alex English put Dirty Honey my way. Formed in Los Angeles in 2017 the quartet have come on in leaps and bounds as they release their fourteen track debut release ‘Dirty Honey EP/LP’ on Dirt …

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Dynazty-Final Advent-Album Review-Planetmosh

Swedish melodic rockers Dynazty come back fighting from the frustration of lockdown with their eighth studio album Final Advent, released via AFM Records on August 26th 2022. This self produced ten track monster falls mainly on their heavier side as lead singer Nils Molin admits “We decided to come up …

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H.E.A.T-Force Majeure-Album Review-Planetmosh

Tearing out of Upplands Vasby, Stockholm, Sweden in 2007, H.E.A.T are making the temperature rise with their brand of hard rock, point proven by Force Majeure, their seventh studio album via earMUSIC. These eleven thermometer bursting songs begin with ‘Back To The Rhythm’. A colossal drum intro along with earworm …

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Bernie Marsden-Trios-Album Review-Planetmosh

Bernie Marsden, still walking in the shadow of the blues after all these years, delivers the utterly exhilarating Trios album via Conquest Music. It follows his two previous releases the Kings and Chess albums, part of his ‘inspirations’ series where he pays tribute to the songs and artists that shaped …

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Witchery-Nightside-Album Review-Planetmosh

Fittingly enough, when I started to review Nightside, the eighth studio album from Swedish death metallers Witchery, the bright sun was pushed aside for heavy thunderstorms. Recently released via Century Media Records its easily the heaviest album I’ve heard in 2022. Formed in Linkoping 1997 it’s their first concept album …

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White Spirit-Right Or Wrong-Album Review-Planetmosh

If ever a band could be described as a “Phoenix from the ashes”, Hartlepool, County Durham rockers White Spirit certainly fit that title! Formed in 1975 by Janick Gers and Graeme Crallan their 1980 debut single ‘Backs To The Grind’ on Neat Records got a lot of recognition from the …

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When Rivers Meet-The Flying Free Tour Live-Album Review-Planetmosh

Pre-sale links to the album, a headlining tour in October 2022 and other band info are here :- https://whenriversmeet.co.uk/ I https://www.thegigcartel.com/Artists-profiles/When-Rivers-Meet.htm I https://bit.ly/3GUTmoO I https://twitter.com/WhenRiversMeet I https://www.instagram.com/whenriversmeet/ I https://www.youtube.com/c/whenriversmeet I https://open.spotify.com/artist/3r4hYfzQA1yuQFEKMDJzJi So what do husband and wife duo Grace and Aaron Bond from When Rivers Meet do after completing their …

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Prowler-Reactivate-Album Review-Planetmosh

As Ted Nugent once said, “You can’t keep a good dog off your leg”, point proven by the welcome return of NWOBHM band Prowler who show they still have pedigree to reactivate themselves with the long awaited release of Reactivate via Cherry Red Records. Formed in Basildon, Essex in 1975 …

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Vice-For The Fallen-Album Review-Planetmosh

It’s been a helluva long wait for the brand new album For The Fallen by Vice, five years to be exact since unleashing their debut The First Chapter by the Bury based trio but it’s definitely worth waiting for as it’s on a par to be the heaviest I’ve heard …

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