Get What You Deserve is the 6th studio album by German thrash metal band Sodom released in 1994. It is their first one with then new drummer Guido "Atomic Steif" Richter who shows himself to be one of the best drummers in the music business.
Folk Music is the sigh of ordinary people - their hopes, fears, aspirations, victories and defeats. I have listened to Folk Music from as diverse parts of the globe as Ireland to the Peoples Republic of China. There is a commonality that can be easily observed even by the author's toneless ears.
Creating a playlist of your favorite songs on Spotify is relatively easy. However, coming up with perfect name for your playlist can be quite a task. This article reveals tips and tricks on how to make a good playlist along with an epic collection of playlist names for Spotify.
Read on to find out why I enjoy how "Dangerous One" combines forlorn, but powerful vocals with an ethereal and energetic synth backing.
Read on to learn about how "Neverending Sunrise" combines a classic synthwave beat, emotive lyrics and an uplifting vocal melody.
Read on to find out why I feel that "Cloudscape" is a poetic song with a lush and energetic synth backing.
Read on to learn about why I feel that "Dreams & Doubts" is a wistful, emotional song with a caressing, sparkling synth backing.
Like in every instrument, guitar world has also their own virtuosos. Some of them brought speed, new technics or styles to the genre. But still when we talk about virtuosos that means they have their own styles, moves or sounds. And yet when we talk about best solos it's no surprise that they came.
Read on to find out why I feel that Lombardo's cover of "Nothing Compares To You" by Prince captures the emotional weight of that song while adding a lush synth soundscape that is equally expressive.
Read on to find out about how "Kyoto" tells a hopeful tale of love and escaping from the demands of the world to live a fulfilling life.
What is the essence of the phenomenon of Russian melancholy? If you want to find the answer to this question or wish to be sad like a real Russian, you can check out a list of 10 musical performers related by the presence of a dark vibe of Russian melancholy in their work.
Shadows of the Cross is the 2021 debut album by Romanian thrash metal band Mercaptan. The album sounds almost exactly like Metallica's Death Magnetic but it is very much a solid release!
Read on to find out why I feel that Take A Breath showcases The Authoritarian's unique vocal style and thoughtful lyric writing.
Read on to find out why I feel "Eyes On The Horizon" is bursting with inspiring energy and positive emotion.
Pandemolition is the very good four song mini-album by Swiss thrash metal band Honor released on August 1, 2021.
Rising melodic artist Paxson Chase is back again with his 6th studio album. With 9 tracks, this is by far the most versatile we have seen Paxson get. For genres, we see this album shuffle from pop to alternative to hip-hop quite frequently. Give "Pretend" a listen now!
Nightmare Strikes Back is the 3rd studio album by old-school Japanese thrash metal band Impaler. Recommended for fans of the older Slayer albums.
Read on to find out why I enjoy how Thorisson and Hedband create dynamic, positive sensations through the energetic music and upbeat lyrics of "In For the Win."
Lords of Destiny is the 2018 debut album by Beijing China based thrash metal band Ancestor.
Mental Decay is the second studio album by Czech thrash metal band Laid to Waste. In spite of the band's name these guys are not short on talent.
De Profundis is the 1995 studio album by famous Polish death metal band Vader.
Who will reign supreme in K-Pop in 2021? This is a question to which we are all waiting for an answer. In the year 2021, the ultimate k-pop king has yet to be determined. However, we can make some educated guesses. The Korean K-pop industry is estimated to be worth billions of dollars.
Episode 7 of a series of record "reviews" where the author shares their thoughts & memories about an album, instead of the technical aspects. The subject of today's article, "Prime Candidate for Burnout" by Blenderhead
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the seething darkness, powerful vocals and well-written lyrics on "Devil's Night."
Tales of Creation is the 1989 studio album by Swedish doom metal band Candlemass and it is the last one to feature Messiah Marcolin on lead vocals until his brief return more than 15 years later.
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the powerful energy, leaping guitar and strong vocals on "Mother Mania."