Newsflash: All Else Fails claim The False Sanctuary!

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Okay, it is Punk Rock, but a hefty dose of it. No, actually this disk is so Progressive Metal, Frozen Sand just got themselves a partner in crime. Hell no all over again, ’tis Metalcore, like from Finland of all places.

But I must beg to differ again. The False Sanctuary from the Canadian band All Else Fails is all of the above. I have rarely heard a band that managed to marry all these styles together in quite such a comprehensive and alluring fashion. Not to forget that – usually – the RockmusicRaider deck crew does not exactly [...] Click to raid more!

Infected Syren – Infected Syren (2018) – Review

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RMR already covered a number of bands from Cyprus. Blynd or again Arrayan Path come to mind – to name just two. But never did we get a band like Infected Syren on the review list that seems to originate from the London East End much more than coming from an island in the Med.

And they are sinners. You don’t think they are? They are, for sure. Vile, rotten language. Spitting about the stage. Loud, brutal, and fast guitar play with reckless abandon. Rebellious, ruthless screaming of vocals in a staccato voice seemingly reaching us from the past, straight [...] Click to raid more!

Newsflash: Fifteen Minutes of Pain with Nightmen!

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Ha! Somebody just stepped out of their garage and started rocking away! In a ’70s to ’80s style of Punk Rock, Pop Rock, and plain rock ‘n’ roll that will just take you on a ride. And no, they don’t even reach us out of the US of A. 

We talk about the Swedish band Nightmen and their second blurb Fifteen Minutes of Pain, released in April 2016. 

And true to one of their stated main influences, the Ramones are very (and I mean very) discernible in those 28 minutes of pain. A very few minutes that cover a whopping [...] Click to raid more!