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SPELLBOOK – Deadly Charms (Album Review)

Metal That Remembers To Swing Spellbook release their second album Deadly Charms on 23 September on Cruz Del Sur  Music. The band are obviously massive fans of 70s Black Sabbath and unlike many bands that also are, these guys noticed that in Bill Ward, early Sabbath had swing and groove. Yes, they have riffs, guitar solos, etc but they capture the […]

FRANCESCO MARRAS – It’s Me! (Album Review)

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I have never heard of Francesco Marras before. So when I started to review It’s Me I thought I would approach this a bit differently. Normally when doing a review I head on over to Google and start searching and reading up on the band or artist, this time I thought would listen first then go […]

TOEHIDER – I Have Little To No Memory Of These Memories (Album Review)

All The History You Need: We live in a world with Tik-Tok, something which can play excerpts of music for 45 or 46 seconds, perhaps the attention span of many folks these days. With that in mind, we come to this album, the wonderfully titled I Have Little To No Memory Of These Memories which is […]

SHIRAZ LANE – Forgotten Shades Of Life (Album Review)

2018 saw the release of the superb Carnival Days album, itself a huge leap forward in the band’s development from their acclaimed debut For Crying Out Loud and whilst the pandemic put the next album release on hold, Shiraz Lane continued to release great tunes on EP. Now in 2022, we are presented with their […]

 
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