Transcendence - Crimson Glory
Crimson Glory's second album the lesser known progressive metal band kicks off with Lady Of Winter, a hook ladened opening introduces the track before Midnight comes in singing, his voice quite similar to Geoff Tate with a bit of Rob Halford...
Whoosh! - Deep Purple
Deep Purple have released their 21st studio album. The mythical figures having released music for more than 50 years. It opens up with a single called Throw My Bones. Despite the band having aged immensely since their 70s heyday, Ian Gillan still sounds...
Counterparts - Rush
Rush's fifteenth album, having consistently put out an album at least every other year since their debut almost 20 years prior. Although this would be the final album to follow that blueprint of consistent releases, with the time between albums lengthening...
Ontario (only for a layover)
Born Again - Black Sabbath
Black Sabbath returns or should I say is Born Again by yet another of the former singers of Ritchie Blackmore this time it is Ian Gillan from Deep Purple whom takes the helm of the mighty british metal legends. Originally supposed to be under...
Technical Ecstasy - Black Sabbath
Technical Ecstasy, the seventh album of Black Sabbath and from what I've heard the real beginning of the end for the Ozzy Osbourne era of the band. Back Street Kids opens up quick and as heavy as one would expect from Sabbath, the bands famed...
Tooth And Nail - Dokken
Dokken brings forth their second album Tooth And Nail the slow building introductory track fades in slowly building up excitement as it does so before segueing into the Title Track. The latter of which comes in with a swift drum based introduction the...