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REVIEW: The Black Keys – Dropout Boogie

After last year's cover album, The Black Keys are back with another studio released, entitled "Dropout Boogie," released through Nonesuch Records on May 13th. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Crobot – Feel This

Crobot's next release, "Feel This," is set for release on June 3rd, via Mascot Label Group. We had the chance to give it a spin, so check out the review here...

REVIEW: The Pineapple Thief – Give It Back (Rewired)

The Pineapple Thief found a soulmate in their drummer, Gavin Harrison. His reworked versions of older material were good enough to make a full album, so Kscope released "Give it Back (Rewired)" on May 13th, 2022. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Evergrey – A Heartless Portrait (The Orphean Testament)

Darkness abounds on Evergrey's thirteenth studio album “A Heartless Portrait (The Orphean Testament),” but there's also light and hope to be found. Read our review to find out more about the album, which drops on May 20 via Napalm Records.

REVIEW: Halestorm – Back from the Dead

Here's our review of Halestorm's fifth album, "Back from the Dead," released on May 6 through Atlantic Records...

REVIEW: Lord of the Lost – EP: The Heartbeat of the Devil

Here is our review of the EP "The Heartbeat of the Devil" from German gothic metal band Lord of the Lost. The EP is out now on Napalm Records...

REVIEW: Visions of Atlantis – Pirates

Here's our review of "Pirates," the new album from symphonic metal unit Visions of Atlantis, to be released on Napalm Records on May 13, 2022.

REVIEW: Poets of the Fall – Ghostlight

Finnish rock act Poets of the Fall have recently released a brand new album of cinematic splendor, simply titled "Ghostlight." Check out our review of this album here....

REVIEW: Dark Funeral – We are the Apocalypse

Dark Funeral have returned after 8 years with a new release, "We Are the Apocalypse." Check out the review here...

REVIEW: Lähiöbotox – Itä-metal

Lähiöbotox recently opened for Nightwish after the release of their second album, "Itä-metal." Check out the review here...

REVIEW: OU – One

Chinese proggers OU are blowing minds with their debut, "one," out on May 6th via InsideOut Music. If you haven't heard of them yet, check out this review...

REVIEW: Bloc Party – Alpha Games

British Bloc Party are back with a new indie-crossover album, "Alpha Games," through BMG. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Robin Trower – No More Worlds to Conquer

Guitar legend Robin Trower - known from his tenure in Procol Harum alongside his solo career - is releasing a new solo album, "No More Worlds to Conquer" next week via Provogue / Mascot Label Group. Check out our review of this bluesy album here...

REVIEW: Michael Romeo – War of the Worlds Pt.2

Michael Romeo is back again after a couple of years with a followup to his 2018 solo album, "War of the Worlds pt.1," with its second part, "War of the Worlds pt.2," which was out last month via InsideOut Music. Read our full review here...

REVIEW: Halo One – Tuli Sisälläni

Halo One continued to impress us with the sophomore release, "Tuli sisälläni," which likewise surprised us with its language change. Check out the review here...

REVIEW: Fozzy – Boombox

Fozzy will be back next week with a new album, "Boombox," out via Mascot Label Group! You can check out our review, however, already...

REVIEW: Friends of Hell – Friends of Hell

The international Friends of Hell supergroup definitely caught our attention with their self-titled debut, out on March 18th via Rise Above Records. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Saattue – Vain Toinen Heistä

"Vain Toinen Heistä" was last year's independent comeback release from Saattue. Check out our review of this doom metal album here...

REVIEW: Leslie West – Legacy: A Tribute to Leslie West

Compiled by Mascot Label Group, this Friday is the release of "Legacy: A Tribute to Leslie West," featuring legends like Dee Snider, Mike Portnoy, Ronnie Romero, and Robbie Krieger to name a few. Read our review of the release here...

REVIEW: Reckless Love – Turborider

Finnish rockers Reckless Love have traded in the sleaze/glam for synth-wave with a touch of game-inspired sounds for their new release, "Turborider." The album will be out on March 25 on AFM Records. Check out our review here...