Posts Tagged ‘Kate Wilcox’

Internal Nightmare – Segregation

After days or weeks of reviewing band after band and reviewing album after one can get a little jaded and burnt out on the music scene. Then you come across a band that is raw, passionate and honest with their music. This was my situation, I was getting a little burnt out, a little jaded…and […]

Interview with Infectious Grooves

Infectious Grooves are back on the road, taking their own special brand of Funk, Punk and insane musicians, starting with the SOUNDAWAVE festival across Australia! I had the pleasure of talking to guitarist, Dean Pleasants about Infectious Grooves, his projects and any of their plans in the near future.

Posthuman – Rise from Ruins

Rise from Ruins is the debut release from melodic death metallers, Posthuman, hailing from the Netherlands. The album really does contain some solid death with fierce guitar work and also brings in some atmosphere with futuristic-sounding keyboards. The album starts out with an interesting intro in which you hear the news on the radio broadcast […]

ReVamp – ReVamp

After a 12 year run, Floor Jansen and her former band, After Forever, decided to call it quits. Not really sure of the reason behind it but she is now back with her new metal project, ReVamp. I am truly a fan of female-fronted metal bands like Nightwish, Lacuna Coil, Epica, Within Temptation etc… but […]

Devil’s Blood, The – The Time of No Time Evermore

The Devil’s Blood is one of the most complex bands I’ve had to describe. Some bands you just expect corpse paint, satanic lyrics, burning crosses etc… but what I really admire here is the subtle approach they have towards singing and praising Lucifer himself. You can’t even call The Devil’s Blood metal; it’s more 70’s […]