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BLACK MAJESTY - Cross Of Thorns

Pride & Joy Music
Release date:September 4th, 2015

Power Metal from Down Under. Australian BLACK MAJESTY are back after a short break and deliver. Anthem-like, melodic songs presented by extraordinaire singer John Cavaliere, that's the deal here. The GARY MOORE cover "Out In The Fields" is well crafted but because of the strong material not really necessary. Sometimes very QUEENSRYCHE, at times JUDAS PRIEST or early HELLOWEEN when it comes to doublebass-attacks, BLACK MAJESTY pretty well know what quality is, but definitely have their distinct sound.



MARTIN STARK


   

SUPREMACY - Leaders

Borila Rekords 2015

Supremacy, hailing from Colombia, is a five-piece that finds inspiration from classic acts such as Toto, Def Leppard, Danger Danger, as well as contemporary (The Poodles, H.E.A.T, Pretty Maids, Work of Art) finding a unique voice that tells us about all those great '80s and '90s achievements that made Hard Rock and AOR universal. They must have been doing something good, as several stars from the genre appear as guests too, incl. Alessandro Del Vecchio (also production), Nigel Bailey (Three Lions), Jakob Samuel (The Poodles) and Robert Sall (Work Of Art). Their debut "Leaders" is pure Melodic Hard Rock / AOR oriented with a strong '80s feel but served up with a terrific modern production. Killer stuff - BUY !.

HMC

Tracklist:
01. No One Like You (feat. Jakob Samuel)
02. Turning to Dust
03. On My Way (feat. Nigel Bailey)
04. Save Me
05. Time Never Lies
06. Yesterday a Freedom (feat. Alessandro Del Vecchio & Robert Säll)
07. Redamancy
08. Meaning of Love
09. Start Again
10. Dream Goes On
11. Despiertame


   

DEATH DEALER - Hallowed Ground

Label: Sweden Music Group
Release date: 02.10.2015
Distribution: Soulfood


Some of the most well known heavy metal musicians in one band: DEATH DEALER!
Featuring members that previously worked with the likes of Manowar, the Dictators, Rob Halford, Lizzy Borden, Udo Dirkschneider, and Cage, the newly formed DEATH DEALER are a true heavy metal force to be reckoned with. And their over-the-top debut, 'Warmaster,' certainly proved this. Comprised of vocalist Sean Peck, guitarists Ross the Boss and Stu Marshall, bassist Mike Davis, and drummer Steve Bolognese, DEATH DEALER is setting out to convert the metal masses to their brand of manly metal. "The DEATH DEALER sound is a mighty combination of five very talented, seasoned musicians," explains Ross. "It's classic power metal with the brutal edge of thrash, speed, and precision."
Their upcoming second full length album is an uncompromising journey in to what heavy metal is all about. Furious riffs, overwhelming energy, screaming vocals, pounding bass and hard hitting drums all mixed together in 13 extremely well written tracks.
Fresh off of the Metal All Stars arena tour and several dates all over Europe, DEATH DEALER are primed to rock the world with their killer new album. Get ready to rock!

HMC

TRACKLIST
1. Gunslinger (5.49)
2. Break the Silence (3.32)
3. Plan of Attack (4.21)
4. Séance (3.44)
5. Llega El Diablo (1.01)
6. The Way of the Gun (5.25)
7. K.I.L.L. (3.35)
8. I am the Revolution (4.53)
9. Total Devastation (5.32)
10. The Anthem (4.13)
11. Corruption of Blood (4.52)
12. Skull and Cross Bones (4.57)
13. U-666 (6.18)


LINE-UP
Sean Peck - Vocals
Stu Marshall - Guitar
Ross the Boss - Guitar
Mike Davis - Bass
Steve Bolognese - Drums

http://www.facebook.com/deathdealerband


   

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