Tag: Music Review

Metalwings: For All Beyond (2018) Music Review – By Baron Craze

Metalwings, a Bulgarian band founded in 2010, delivers symphonic metal with folk music touches, all aided by Stela Atanasova’s classically trained voice and viola player. For those unaware, the band returns with this their first full length album carrying on the Nightwish influential musical blend, complete with operatic vocals from both sexes and ranges, that works…


Salems Lott: Mask of Morality (2018) Music Review – By Baron Craze

Hailing from the Hollywood, Salems Lott, a band that fully embraces the shock rock (metal) that was made famous by the legendary Alice Cooper; however they deliver nothing glam, rather metal, with thrashing moments on Mask Of Morality, which was released on April 6th of 2018 on their independent label Red Moon Records. Their previous…


Alice Cooper: Trash (1989) Retro Music Review – By Baron Craze

I think it’s a safe bet to state, everyone who is a fan of metal music and horror flicks, knows about and who Alice Cooper is once deemed the ‘Shock King’ in the 70s, who influenced so many in multiple disciplines of arts from other musicians to filmmakers and artists in general. After all, the…


Soulburner: Blessed By Fire (2019) Music Review – By Baron Craze

First, I should note I am a big fan of the Soulburner and have listened to their music for a while, and played their music on my podcast music show Sinister Death, but when presented with the opportunity to review a reissue of the first full length ‘Blessed By Fire’, I truly reevaluated them. One…


Feral: Flesh for Funerals Eternal (2018) Music Review – By Baron Craze

Feral’s ‘Flesh for Funerals Eternal’ marks their third full-length effort, once more proving their intensity starts as soon as one hits the play button, delivering unrelenting death metal, it’s not for the faint or weak, their style gives a vicious bite. The band doesn’t worry over the image, as this Swedish outfit knows that the fans…


Alice Cooper: Billion Dollar Babies (1973) Music Review – By Baron Craze

First, allow me to state I am a huge Alice Cooper fan, remembering the first album I purchased “Goes to Hell” and from there went a full-on ride to get them all, which brings us to the time to reviewing some of his classic recordings. Alice Cooper had significant importance throughout the 1970s he took…


Rituals – Neoteric Commencements (2018) Review – By Baron Craze

Rituals introduces the listeners to the pure death metal the echoes with melodic methods, for a band housed out of Melbourne, Australia, releasing their EP of 4-songs on Sleeping Church Records. It’s quite clear their influences come from Scandinavian death metal and aided by well-known producer and musician Dan Swano, who worked with Asphyx, Dissection…


Wallachia – Monumental Heresy (2018) Review – By Baron Craze

Wallachia returned with their fourth album, ‘Monumental Heresy’ on April 13, 2018 from Debemur Morti Productions, originally founded as a one-man band in 1992 in Norway, now delivering as full group playing a baseline of black metal but with hint back to past atmospheric tones to symphonic sweeping melodies. Hence their genre defines as Symphonic…


Archgoat – The Luciferian Crown (2018) Review – By Baron Craze

Every fan of the black metal genre has their favorites from Emperor and Darkthrone to Dark Funeral, however this extreme genre exists of many subgenres and styles, Archgoat falls to that of war metal, they are very controversial with the album covers, song titles, and lyrics but each song bleeds rawness. For those unaware the…


Retro Review – Annihilator: Alice in Hell (1989) – By Baron Craze

If one thinks about the long-standing thrash bands a few names pop into one’s mind, Overkill, Slayer, Anthrax, Exodus, and Kreator, just to name a few, however one band some overlook on their lists is Canada’s Annihilator. A band that formed in 1984, taking the time to redefine their sound into a technical thrash, and…