Stone Sour – House Of Gold & Bones Part 2

Stone Sour are back, almost exactly six months after the release of the first part of their double concept album, to deliver House Of Gold & Bones Part 2! But first, it’s time for a bit of a personal aspect: since early February I’ve been anxiously following the band’s news section in order to clench […]

Stone Sour – House Of Gold And Bones Part 1

Stone Sour are back! Their new record House Of Gold And Bones Part 1 was recently released and since they’re among my favorite bands of all time I decided to review it, even though they hardly need any special attention since they have a solid fan base already. As you guys might have noticed from […]

Stone Sour – Stone Sour

Today I’m going to review another CD that will most likely stay in my top 3 of all time forever. Ironically, it features two members from this album…ladies and gentlemen, I give you Stone Sour and their self-titled debut album. Stone Sour have their roots in 1992, way before Slipknot, but only saw mainstream success […]

Holy Mountain – Earth Measures LP

A little more than 30 minutes of power, that’s what Holy Mountain created with their first full length Earth Measures LP. Power can be released in different ways or appear in various shapes. Gunner, the opener, assumes a fast and dirty rock party right from the beginning, but the three Scotsmen curb the speed without […]

Turbowolf – Turbowolf

Beelzebub’s newest breeds call themselves Turbowolf. Striking riffs, powerful lyrics, wolves on fire, the turbo is loaded right from the start. The fact that sometimes you get the suspicion to have heard all this once before in the past doesn’t dampen the mood. Young Alice Cooper welcomes you on the journey through the river Styx. […]