Kaledon – Carnagus: Emperor of the Darkness (2017) – Review

RockmusicRaider Review - Kaledon - Carnagus: Emperor of the Darkness - Album CoverSometimes you get this sense of déjà-vu. Like that prickly feeling down your spine, when you sense something unknown. And it started straight from the beginning of Kaledon‘s newest album Carnagus: Emperor of the Darkness. ‘Tis the flavor of Overtures, a known entity belting away at a Power Metal event. And – lo and behold – it is indeed Michele Guaitoli, who got hired to advance the glory of Kaledon‘s 9th full length album.

The band started to spin their tale many years ago already. In the Year of the Lord 1997 to be precise. A medieval-fantastic story, enacted in a series of albums over time.Got hooked? Raid this some more...

Rotting Christ – Triarchy of The Lost Lovers (1996) – Review

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RockmusicRaider Review - Rotting Christ - Triarchy of the Lost Lovers - Album CoverThe new year is still fresh, so what better moment than this one to reflect on some old metal for a change. Old? ’90s are old? Well, yeah, if you look at the rapid-fire development all things metal took since then. We sure show a totally different landscape today, if compared to all these years ago. And for sure again if you look at the style changes Rotting Christ took over the years to the present day. Triarchy of the Lost Lovers really took a fresh look at things and delivered powerfully well.

In essence, 1996 was a year of turning points of sorts!

This was the year where the mad cow hit the UK.Got hooked? Raid this some more...

Newsflash: Blind Justice acts in the Name of … Justice!

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RockmusicRaider Newsflash - Blind Justice - In The Name of Justice - Album CoverOkay, let’s be clear: This is about the Greek band called Blind Justice. Not the hardcore punk nitwits from New Jersey or the folks from the UK, Italy or wherever they all come from.

And whoever said that time machines don’t exist? If you like your Heavy Metal featuring a ’70s/’80s style with some juice to go, then Blind Justice (the Greek outfit) and their début In The Name of Justice is a band to lend you ear to.

For those familiar with the band, yes this is indeed their first official album. The band started way back in time in the late ’80s, but only produced a few demos so far.Got hooked? Raid this some more...