Never judge anything by its looks! I tell ya. Don’t. The garish album art of the newest Gloryhammer album Space 1992: Rise of the Chaos Wizards with its purple pinkish hue and green Lego monster just got my teeth hurting in a heartbeat. And it is a good example why not. Gloryhammer present you with insanely catchy lines, melodies that will stick to you like honey in your hair, presenting their parodic #metal cheese with an enthusiasm and energy that will wither away the mighty egos of other bands to nothing. By Loki!
In short, Space 1992: Rise of the Chaos Wizards will just worm itself into your brain and take hold. And at the same time blow these other folks out into space, facing the forces from Scotland marching (or more zapping about the stars) to save the galaxy, nothing less. [...]