A weekly collection of brief music reviews.
The Great Kat appalls, Black Crowes disappoint, while Hanging Doll & The Bakerton Group enthrall.
Jeff Scott Soto solo, The Answer storms back, an Icon and Prong remixed.
Italian Celtic power-metal, biker metal, pomp, a bit of classy blues and Thin Lizzy blues, not a bad outing.
Mythological metal, some estrogen-fueled heavy rock, some pomp and a bit of old heavy rock.
From the bleakest of black, through the lamest of lame all the way to some properly decent metal.
Jeff Beck live, Ian Gillan, Closer, Leprous, Cauldron in this week's collection.
From the laid back to the impossibly dreary this week's MMM has something for all.
Foreshadow some Guillotine or The Harpoons, We Insist, Seizure Crypt... confusing innit?
Texan metal, a bit of reggae tinged country, some symphonic Yes, and live Thin Lizzy.
More Ted Nugent with added noise of art metal oddity.
A bunch of da Nuge re-issues, a Supagroup and a Burn Halo for good measure... send out an SOS?
Thrash to southern rock back through industrial and some good ole metal.
Mortification, Rising Force, Scale the Summit, and Uriah Heep in an Apocalyptica release.
Some Plastic, Wino and southern Texas blues rock feature in this week's roundup.
Ross the Boss, through prog-ville via Hades to watch Yardbirds.
Axl's solo, rather GnR release, lots of power metal, a concept album against Jihad and a few other things.
God bothering power metal to death rock via a bit of Kip Winger.
A Decapitated Nashville Pussy Onsluaght in Society1. Confused? Don't worry it just my latest DVD music round-up.
A power metal opera, some quality blues rock and a bit of (Living) Colour.
Fancy a bit of rocky country with your metal? Well Marty does and wants you to hear about it.