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Sunseth Sphere – Storm Before Silence

Atmospheric, dreamy and eerie are 3 good adjectives to describe Sunseth Sphere's CD titled "Storm Before Silence".  This band from Hungary evokes images of...

Pallas – Cross And The Crucible

According to their biography, “Pallas was formed in Aberdeen, Scotland in 1974 under the initial monicker of Rainbow.  When Deep Purple's Ritchie Blackmore decided...

Ben Jackson – Here I Come

Thanks to Lance King for sending this CD our way which features Ben Jackson, the guitarist from Crimson Glory and Parish.  If you are...

Balance Of Power – Perfect Balance

Balance Of Power's "Perfect Balance" is a melodic progressive metal masterpiece.  Lance King's vocal performance on this release is in the same league as...

Ravens’head – From The Darkness

Ravens'head - From The Darkness delivers a 1983 era styled release that comes as a welcome relief from the all the Helloween 7 Keys...

Onward – Reawaken

Guitarist Toby Knapp and singer Michael Grant (Legend Maker) return with their second release "Reawaken" which keeps the spirit of mid 80's straight ahead...

Dream Evil – Dragonslayer

Another glorious romping metal release from Sweden.  Dream Evil obviously must have been paying attention to Denzel dragon in the mid 80's!  All kidding...

Angel Dust – Of Human Bondage

Initial reports about the latest CD from Angel Dust did not bode well for longtime fans of the band.  All indications pointed towards a...

CETI – Lamiastrata

This 2002 symphonic power metal release for Poland's CETI apparently was overlooked by most Western metal web sites as there is very little information...

Vanden Plas – Beyond Daylight

Ever prolific, Germany's Vanden Plas returns with "Beyond Daylight" and continues in the vein of early period Dream Theater and recent Balance Of Power. ...

Valley’s Eve – Deception Of Pain

According to the Valley’s Eves’ press release “'Deception of Pain' is a concept album comprising of 12 chapters (songs) and dealing with the manifold...

UDO – Live From Russia

The first live CD from the former Accept frontman contains 26 songs spanning a period of 22 years from the early days of Accept...