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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...

REVIEW: Robby Krieger: The Ritual Begins at Sundown (Musicalypse Archive)

On April 24th, 2020, THE DOORS' guitarist Robby Krieger was meant to release his ninth solo album, the first since the 2010s Grammy-nominated "Singularity."...

REVIEW: Yngwie Malmsteen – Blue Lightning (Musicalypse Archive)

If you know the name Yngwie Malmsteen, you might also know the not-so-old adage, "How can less be more? More is more!" When it...

REVIEW: The Mutual Admiration Society – The Mutual Admiration Society (Musicalypse...

Mascot Label Group is a wonderful record label in the sense that they keep us listening to new things. One of the most recent...

REVIEW: Shaman’s Harvest – Red Hands Black Deeds (Musicalypse Archive)

This album showed up in the mail a few weeks ago, and has been sitting on my desk ever since. I've never heard of...