A weekly collection of brief music reviews.
Gloriously retro, a bit camp, some laid back cool and of course some uber-prog.
Avant garde black metal, through a couple of guys trying new things and more.
German's doing Southern rock boogie, Iron Maiden doing heavy prog, and a whole bunch of other stuff.
From Neurosis to Electric Light Orchestra and back to Black Label Society... via Israel.
Southern-tinged country metal to ethno and backed to some rather dull "extreme" stuff.
Goth metal, hard rock, and a touch of classy rock fills this column out nicely.
Progtastic to power to thrash and back... it's that time of the week.
Power metal from Romania, Greece & Scandinavia plus Andrew WK and some blues.
Lashings of power metal, bit of horror punk and a whole lot of clever metal kicking around.
From the cold Scandinavian wastes to groove rock care of a Nugent (not that one) and some plod pop rock.
A couple of releases with Ozzy looming large and a few other notable releases for your listening pleasure.
From the Rolling Stones to a bit of melodic goth to some classy power metal.
From the jolly Viking tales to the pop rock goodness of AOR.
From acapella metal to pagan and back to no idea what.
Goth metal, modern proggy death, an AC/DC clone and righteous pagan metal.
From doom to progressive through gumby and back to symphonic... its all metal this week.
A classic reissue, a revamped greatest hits and some great metal.
Creepy gospel-tinged rock, epic doom and two does of French power metal.
Solid American rock, decent thrash, and some rather good power metal.
Veteran thrash, so-so metal core thrash, some decent power pop and a Hawkwind tribute.