As we turn our time machines back to the year 1983 in the city of Los Angeles, we look back on the beginning of the complete and utter decadence of the eighties rock and roll scene filled with lots of hair and lots of rebellion. On this day, September 26th, 37 years ago, the glam [...]
Category: ALBUM REVIEWS
DEAD LORD ‘SURRENDER’ (2020) REVIEW!
If you've been waiting for a dose of canorous classic rock to reach your ears and give you some kind of solace from the insanity that has been 2020 - Stockholm, Sweden's Dead Lord is here to give it to ya. Over the last decade, Sweden has had a rather large part in creating modern-day [...]
HAZZERD’S ‘DELIRIUM’ (2020) REVIEW!
Starting off the new decade with a bang, Calgary, Canada's own thrash metal band Hazzerd is anticipating the release of their second full-length studio record entitled, 'Delirium' via M-Theory Audio on January 24th, 2020. It's no surprise that heavy metal and rock and roll have fallen out of the eyes of the mainstream music industry; [...]
40 YEARS OF THE OZZY OSBOURNE CLASSIC ‘BLIZZARD OF OZZ’!
On September 20th, 1980, Ozzy Osbourne, then known for his almost decade of fronting metal giants Black Sabbath, released his first solo album (and in my opinion one of his most definitive solo records) on Jet Records. Unbeknownst to him and others involved in the project, this record entitled 'Blizzard of Ozz' would eventually be [...]
THE STRUTS ‘YOUNG&DANGEROUS’ REVIEW!
"I won't be a rock star. I will be a legend." — Freddie Mercury. If you've read my review of The Struts at the TLA, or just know me in general whether personally or from my social media platforms, you know just how obsessed I am with this band. Very rarely have I ever been [...]