Tag Archives: Tracklist

Trespass-Wolf At The Door-Album Review-Planetmosh

It seems rather fitting that Wolf At The Door, studio album from Trespass is released on May 26th 2023 via From The Vaults! Formed in 1979 in Sudbury, Suffolk by guitarist/vocalist Mark Sutcliffe and brother Paul Sutcliffe on drums , they embraced the NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal), …

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Kilonova release scorching new EP and video!

Formidable UK thrash metallers KILONOVA have just set loose their heart-stopping new EP, Moment of Clarity. To mark the release, the imposing thrashers have released a lyric video for the track, Leeches And Parasites – https://youtu.be/eWHteYv-lXs . KILONOVA erupted out of the North-East of England in 2018, and instantly made …

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Syncolima-Wavelengths-Album Review-Planetmosh

Welcome back to Syncolima, the curiously titled band from Mansfield, Nottinghamshire who have just released their sophomore studio album Wavelengths that features stunning artwork from Andy Pilkington at Very Metal Art , following Where The End Meets The Beginning, their 2021 debut. These ten tracks prove that they put the …

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Tygers Of Pan Tang-Bloodlines-Album Review-Planetmosh

Welcome back Tygers Of Pan Tang who have just released their new studio album Bloodlines courtesy of Mighty Music! Formed in Whitley Bay, Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1978 embracing the NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal) movement by releasing several singles via local Neat Records and their debut studio …

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Spirit-Le Chaos-Album Review-Planetmosh

Well here’s a nice surprise as a blast from the past that sees French heavy metal band Spirit return with their stunning new studio album Le Chaos , recently released by Rockcity Production. Formed in 1996 in the North Of France (hauts de France/pas de Calais), it’s sung in French …

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Mike Ross-Third Eye Open-Album Review-Planetmosh

With the recent release of studio album Third Eye Open on Taller Records, Brighton based Mike Ross is definitely the boss with these twelve speaker rattling songs and I’ll admit to not expecting it to be this heavy, point proven by album opener ‘I Swear’. Wailing guitar feedback intro is …

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BUCKCHERRY ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM ‘VOL. 10’

Buckcherry has announced their tenth studio album entitled ‘Vol. 10’. The 11-song album features 10 new Buckcherry originals and, as a bonus track, a cover of the Bryan Adams classic “Summer Of ’69”. The album was produced by Marti Frederiksen and recorded at Sienna Studios in Nashville, TN.Premiering the video …

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The Heavy release soul-drenched single ‘Without A Woman’

The Heavy have released the brand new song ‘Without A Woman’, the latest to be taken from their forthcoming album AMEN, out April 21st and available to pre-order here. ‘Without A Woman’ is a soul-drenched celebration of women around the world. The empowering anthem closes AMEN with imposing powerful horns, funky rhythmic guitar and drums alongside a …

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Robert Jon & The Wreck announce first-ever live DVD “Live At The Ancienne Belgique”

Just weeks after the release of their celebrated EP One Of A Kind, Southern roots rockers Robert Jon & The Wreck have announced Live At The Ancienne Belgique, their first-ever live DVD, released April 21st via Joe Bonamassa’s Journeyman Records.  Recorded during their sold-out show at the Ancienne Belgique in Brussels, Belgium on June 29th, 2022, the …

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Demonstealer-The Propaganda Machine- Album Review-Planetmosh

Welcome back Demonstealer AKA Sahil Makhija, the quietly spoken creator of Demonic Resurrection but it’s Demonstealer we are talking about as he will release his latest studio album The Propaganda Machine via Black Lion Records on March 31st 2023. Dubbed as technical symphonic death metal, these eight tracks are overwhelming …

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Haken – ‘Fauna’ – Album Review

I have had a rocky relationship with Haken over the years, whilst their shows have been somewhat of mixed quality their albums have remained consistent, but that consistency has sometimes felt like their albums are something of a facsimile of others. Come 2023 and Fauna is upon us.  This is …

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