Judas Priest - Redeemer Of Souls

Judas Priest – Redeemer Of Souls (2014) Review

Whether or not they should go to a fully deserved retirement, that’s the issue under discussion for some time, at least since Nostradamus album, if not longer. The only conclusion that has so far emerged from these discussions is that there is no conclusion. Some argue that these heavy metal legends are not for scrap,…

Linkin Park - The Hunting Party

Linkin Park – The Hunting Party (2014) Review

Linkin Park, formerly one of the most popular bands in the world even today attracts attention, although not as much. Hybrid Theory, one of the most popular debut albums in history was spinning on my speakers for years after the release and it is not surprising that started the whole avalanche of similar bands and albums. Unfortunately…

Uriah Heep - Outsider

Uriah Heep – Outsider (2014) Review

After 45 years of career I really don’t think it’s necessary to introduce Uriah Heep, one of the best rock bands of all times. Unlike Magnum, Uriah Heep is quite known and popular band even where I live, so it’s no surprise that the situation is similar in the rest of the world. Well, as it…

Sabaton - Heroes

Sabaton – Heroes (2014) Review

Sabaton, power metal band from northern Europe should not be especially introduced. Not because they are so good nor because they invented the whole new genre, nor because all people can find themselves in their songs and have a chatarsis or some similar bullshit. They should not be especially introduced because their energy that they…

Edguy - Space Police

Edguy – Space Police (2014) Review

  Tobias Sammet, the hyperproductive German dude who was already mentioned on this site has published another album, this time using name Edguy, and the name of the album is as bizzare as we might expect from this comedian – Space Police – Defenders of the Crown. So, Tobias still hasn’t grown up, and it…

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