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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: 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: 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...

Interview with Shaman’s Harvest: “Everybody’s got their issues. Just be kind.”

Shaman's Harvest's new album, "Rebelator," knocked our socks off. Check out our interview with Nathan Hunt and Josh Hamler, where we talk all about this new release...

REVIEW: Stengah – Soma Sema

Masters of tech-metal, Stengah, are releasing their near decade-long-awaited debut, "Soma Sema" on March 18th, 2022, via Mascot Label Group. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Shaman’s Harvest – Rebelator

If you read Musicalypse back in 2017, you'd know that we loved Shaman's Harvest's most recent album. These alternative rockers are back with a new release, "Rebelator," out via Mascot Label Group on March 11th. Read our review to see how it holds up!

REVIEW: Kris Barras Band – Death Valley Paradise

The Kris Barras Band made huge waves with their last two albums, so "Death Valley Paradise" - out on March 4th via Mascot Label Group - is a highly-anticipated record. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Steve Vai – Inviolate

Steve Vai is back with another album full of sick guitar licks! Check out our review of "Inviolate," out through Favored Nations/Mascot Label Group on the 28th!

REVIEW: The Georgia Thunderbolts – Can We Get a Witness

We made a big fuss over The Georgia Thunderbolts' self-titled EP last year, and they're back right away with their debut, out on October 15th! Check out a little taste of some classic southern rock in our review...

09.11.2021 VOLA: Live From the Pool

Live streams aren't dead yet! Vola recently put on a "Live from the Pool" stream in the abandoned swimming pool of a military camp. Check out the stream review here...

REVIEW: Yngwie Malmsteen – Parabellum

Yngwie Malmsteen is back with another exceptional display of guitar mastery in "Parabellum," out next week via Mascot Label Group. Read our review here...

REVIEW: Vola – Witness

The Danish prog monolith Vola are releasing their new album "Witness," out on May 21st, 2021 via Mascot Records. Read our review here:

REVIEW: Marty Friedman – Tokyo Jukebox 3

Marty Friedman is an American-born musician, probably best known for his 10-year tenure as the lead guitarist for MEGADETH long, long ago. Early on,...

REVIEW: Dragged Under – The World Is in Your Way

Life has a nasty tendency to drag us under every once in a while. The force majeure imposed by the pandemic notwithstanding, lately, we've...

REVIEW: Black Stone Cherry – The Human Condition (Musicalypse Archive)

On March 11th, 2020, The World Health Organization declared that the outbreak of a viral disease, with a name similar to a certain brand...

REVIEW: Joe Bonamassa – Royal Tea (Musicalypse Archive)

Joe Bonamassa returns to the British Blues Explosion that gave him inspiration to create a new album. Every release, Joe Bonamassa shifts through the...

REVIEW: 10 Years – Violent Allies (Musicalypse Archive)

There's no doubt that this year is a period of sweeping change. While the most cynical of minds might be tempted to think that...

REVIEW: Derek Sherinian – The Phoenix (Musicalypse Archive)

Derek Sherinian is a prolific American keyboard wizard, whose name might not instantly ring a bell, but you're certainly prone to have a vague...

REVIEW: Ayreon – Transitus (Musicalypse Archive)

Arjen Anthony Lucassen's progressive metal opera, AYREON, is back with another album, within a mere year of the release of the DVD of the...

REVIEW: The Georgia Thunderbolts – EP: The Georgia Thunderbolts (Musicalypse Archive)

If rock 'n' roll ever needed a kick in the pants, it's now. Fortunately, Mascot Label Group has delivered yet another group of American southern...