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Allegaeon – Proponent for Sentience (Metal Blade)

Allegaeon are back with their fourth album and only a single line-up change. Long-time vocalist Ezra Haynes has been replaced by Riley McShane and to be honest I wasn’t immediately convinced, especially when I noted he had taken over a… Continue Reading →

These Hands Conspire – Sword Of Korhan (Ván)

Science fiction and heavy metal make for a wondrous partnership. Hailing from Berlin, These Hands Conspire have drawn on the classic 70’s and 80’s metal influences to create a soundtrack to their galactic tale. Debut effort, “Sword Of Korhan”, being… Continue Reading →

Diablo – Silvër Horizon (Sakara Records)

Silvër Horizon’ is the sixth release by the Finnish quartet Diablo and the first time I have encountered this 20 year old band. Once again I am immediately compelled to comment on the packaging of the CD. It’s in the… Continue Reading →

Third Ion – 13/8Bit (Glasstone)

The first thing you notice about the debut album from Canadian Prog band Third Ion is the artwork, it’s a pretty bad-ass design, bringing back memories of old game cartridges, they’ve even nailed the old school gaming font. The name… Continue Reading →

Rollerball – Norman Jewison (Arrow)

Films such as The Hunger Games (2012) and Battle Royale (2000) featuring dystopian societies playing future sports that are fought to the death may well have been quite landmark flicks of more recent times, as well as naturally were the… Continue Reading →

Deconstructing Sequence – Year One (SR)

Deconstructing Sequence are a new band formed from the dissolution of black metal crew Northwail. Hailing from blighty (Taunton to be precise, but via Poland originally I believe), this three man project  have a very unique sound about them, marrying… Continue Reading →

Modified – Paul Cotrulia (Event Films)

We received an invite to the world premier of this new British Indie movie in Leicester Square. Sure it was only the Prince Charles but out of acorns… The film looked intriguing and it would have been rude not to… Continue Reading →

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