A weekly collection of brief music reviews.
Heavy rock is on show this week and it is all quite good.
As usual, we saw the tone-deaf, the dire and some gems. Here is Marty's top five.
A nice collection of decent hard rock, from blues to pop, through folk prog rock.
More progressive-influenced stuff this week. In fact, we start with one of the founding members of the genre.
Reviewed this week is some classic rock and at least one album that is a soon-to-be classic.
Up this week is a nice collection of new heavy rock releases, all of which will please some ears.
All sorts of glorious prog are reviewed in this week's column.
There's lots of heavy music for your pleasure this week, and Adema?
Reviews range from pop-tinged rock through quality AOR to some damn fine blues rock this week.
All sorts of rock from cheesy pop to bluesy hard rock.
Country, electronic and modern rock are in this cornucopia of reviews.
Reviewed this week is a fine and varied collection of releases in the genre called prog metal.
Something for every sort of power metal taste this week.
This week I have pulled out six hard rock albums for my critical ear.
Norwegian folk music, the return of Poco and a bit of Lordi this week.
A varied sextet of new releases, all worth your attention.
This week the reviews travel from the stoner to German lyrics to some epic pomp metal.
Classic rock, pagan and heavy metal with a touch of goth are reviewed this week.
Prog, blues, and jazz-prog topped with a touch of sleaze.
Two supergroups CDs I missed and a mixed bag of heavy music releases.