"The Broken Law: A Tribute to Judas Priest" CD Review
"The Broken Law: A Tribute to Judas Priest" is a compilation album released in 2012, featuring Judas Priest classics covered by Motorhead, L.A. Guns, Great White, and more.
Helloween Delivers the Ultimate Power Metal Album of 2021
Helloween's 2021 studio album is the first to feature the band's all-star "Pumpkins United" lineup, including Michael Kiske and Kai Hansen.
"Straight Outta Smogtown" by Polish Thrash Metal Band Terrordome (Album Review)
"Straight Outta Smogtown" is the third studio album by Polish thrash metal band Terrordome.
Suicidal for Life by Suicidal Tendencies (Thrash Metal Album Review)
Suicidal for Life is the very controversial studio album by American crossover thrash metal band Suicidal Tendencies; it was released in 1994. It has the contribution of bassist Robert Trujillo (current bassist for Metallica).
Review of the Album "Danzig 6:66 Satan’s Child" by Danzig
Danzig 6:66 Satan's Child is the 6th studio album by Glenn Danzig's band and solo project Danzig. It was released in 1999 and it continues in the experimental style of the previous album.
Todd La Torre, "Rejoice in the Suffering" Album Review
"Rejoice in the Suffering" is the debut solo album from Queensrÿche front man Todd La Torre.
Forgotten Hard Rock Albums: Aerosmith, "Night in the Ruts"
Aerosmith's "Night in the Ruts" was released in 1979, at a point when the band was coming apart at the seams.
Review of the Album "Sentenced to Life" by Exarsis
"Sentenced to Life" is the very solid 2020 studio album by Greek thrash metal band Exarsis.
Blazon Stone "Return to Port Royal: Definitive Edition" Album Review
"Return to Port Royal: Definitive Edition" is a freshly re-recorded and updated version of Blazon Stone's first album, originally released in 2013.
Rocka Rollas, "Metal Strikes Back: Definitive Edition" Album Review
"Metal Strikes Back: Definitive Edition" is an updated, newly re-recorded version of the second album from Swedish speed metallers Rocka Rollas.
Classic Thrash Metal: Exodus, "Pleasures of the Flesh"
1987's "Pleasures of the Flesh" was the second studio album by Bay Area thrash metal pioneers Exodus, introducing new front man Steve "Zetro" Sousa.
Forgotten Hard Rock Albums: Judas Priest, "Ram It Down"
"Ram It Down" seems to have been forgotten by all but the most diehard Judas Priest fans.
Forgotten Hard Rock Albums: Savatage, "Fight for the Rock"
Savatage's second major label release, 1986's "Fight for the Rock," was an ill-advised commercial disaster that almost destroyed the band.
Forgotten Hard Rock Albums: Judas Priest, "Demolition"
Judas Priest's "Demolition," released in 2001, was the second (and final) studio album to feature replacement vocalist Tim "Ripper" Owens.
Review of "Demency Overdose" by Mexican Thrash Metal Band Maddox
"Demency Overdose" is the 2019 debut album by Mexican thrash metal band called Maddox.
A Review and Analysis of Cannibal Corpse's "Tomb of the Mutilated"
"Tomb of the Mutilated" is the 1992 studio album by extreme death metal band Cannibal Corpse. It is considered by some to be the best album in the Chris Barnes era.
Forgotten Hard Rock Albums: Newsted, "Heavy Metal Music"
In 2013, former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted struck out on his own with "Heavy Metal Music," the lone full length album from his solo band Newsted.