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David Glen Eisley – Stranger From The Past

David Glen Eisley returns to the realm of melodic hard rock with some serious backup in the likes of Craig Goldy (Dio/Giuffria) on guitars,...

Doro – Calling The Wild

Doro Pesch’s (Warlock) first domestic release in about a decade features a talented lineup of heavy metal guests and the distinct vocals of Doro...

Dokken – Long Way Home

Dokken’s latest release Long Way Home starts out with a hard rockin’ backbeat from drummer Mick Brown, but somewhere in the mix it seems...

Buckcherry – Time Bomb

Buckcherry are the new saviors of good time rock n roll.  Time Bomb is the follow up to their wildly successful debut CD and...

Annihilator – Carnival Diablos

Jeff Waters and company rebound nicely once again from the second controversial departure of vocalist Randy Rampage. "Criteria For A Black Widow" was solid,...

Andy Timmons – The Best Of X-tacy

Many will remember Timmons from his taste of fame with the pop-metal band Danger Danger in the early nineties, but those dedicated enough to...

 Alice Cooper – Dragontown

Anyone who has heard the Last Temptation (Epic) or Brutal Planet (Spitfire) will find themselves in familiar territory when they visit Dragontown (Spitfire), the...

Agalloch – Pale Folklore

Sorrow never sounded so good.  Agalloch's Pale Folklore is a symphonic depressent of well structured compositions and tales of misery as told through the...

Tarot – Suffer Our Pleasures

Tarot is one of those bands that over the years I had read about or heard about but never had the chance to hear....

To/Die/For – Epilogue

”Epilogue” is To/Die/For’s 2nd release under this monicker (formerly known as Mary-Ann) and upon the first spin one finds an instantly appealing gothic metal...

Blaze – As Live As It Gets

"As Live As It Gets" is a live 2 CD set that covers Blaze Bayley's first 2 solo CD's ("Silicon Messiah" and "Tenth Dimension")...

Tad Morose – Undead

Tad Morose’s previous releases for some reason have left me rather cold.  The band’s latest release “Undead” is a most welcome surprise as Tad...