Classic Metal Reviews

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Anthrax – Kings Among Scotland Live (, , )
1st May 2018 -

Anthrax are one of the bands that always seem to pass me by. Obviously, I am familiar with them and have seen them live a few times, but something has never fully clicked with me before. With that said I think their last two albums ‘Worship Music’ and ‘For All Kings’ are some of their best work to date. So… Read More »

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Rob Zombie – Astro-Creep: 2000 Live Songs Of Love, Destruction And Other Synthetic Delusions of the Electric Head (, )
25th April 2018 -

In the 90s, an era where metal was defined by Headbangers Ball, Leather jackets and Beavis & Butthead, White Zombie was one of the driving forces behind the scenes’ success. They hit at just the right time and have enough unique elements to push them into the stratosphere, and even when they disbanded, they left a legacy behind that few… Read More »

Judas Priest - Firepower Album Cover Artwork
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Judas Priest – Firepower (, )
15th March 2018 -

What can you say about Judas Priest that hasn’t already been said? The metal gods looked set to call it a day, at least from live performing, a few years back, but thankfully reversed their decision thanks to their ability to continue performing at the highest level. A new album, Redeemer of Souls, and more touring, including a barnstorming performance… Read More »

Black Label Society Grimmest Hits Album Cover Artwork
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Black Label Society – Grimmest Hits (, )
14th March 2018 -

Upon hearing the title Grimmest Hits, you could be mistaken for thinking this was a hits or singles collection instead of a studio album, but no, it is the name of the latest release by Black Label Society. I have always had a mixed relationship with Zakk Wylde and Black Label Society. I think we can all agree that Zakk… Read More »

Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons - The Age Of Absurdity Album Cover Artwork
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Phil Campbell & The Bastard Sons – The Age of Absurdity (, , )
31st January 2018 -

When Lemmy Kilmister passed away in 2015 it marked the end of one of the most iconic bands in rock music. Despite the end of the rock behemoth, not wanting to rest on his laurels, guitarist Phil Campbell is back with a brand new project. Roping in the support of his sons and former Attack! Attack! Vocalist Neil Starr, Phil… Read More »