Absolva – Flames of Justice (Album Review For TBFM)

"All in all, Flames of Justice is a solid debut, dragging the glory days of metal back to the fore whilst paying homage to the classic NWOBHM bands of yesteryear." Check out the full review of Absolva's latest album Flames of Justice and find out what I scored it out of 5 on TBFM’s website here

Devil To Pay – Fate Is Your Muse (Album Review For TBFM)

"Devil To Pay are southern hard rock with a sprinkling of sludgy sleaze for good measure, a complete rollercoaster of riffage. I feel the need to go and dance round a pole. Fate Is Your Muse is the soundtrack to every seedy strip club you ever wanted to go to." Check out the full review … Continue reading Devil To Pay – Fate Is Your Muse (Album Review For TBFM)

Dirt Box Disco – People Made Of Paper (Album Review for TBFM)

“Freaks” opens People Made Of Paper and sets the scene for Dirtbox Disco’s sound with a singalong chorus…the theme of the album. It’s also probably the heaviest track. Check out the full review of Dirt Box Disco's People Made Of Paper and find out what I scored it out of 5 on TBFM's website here

The Darkness at The O2 Apollo (Review)

Last Saturday I headed up the The O2 Apollo Manchester to see The Darkness, a band I've loved for a long time now.  They certainly did not disappoint! Click here to see my full review for Manchester Rocks...

Reet Hot Chili Peppers at The Towler Review

Those who know me well will know that I'm a teeny bit obsessed with The Red Hot Chili Peppers.  Obviously the real deal is a little busy on tour elsewhere at the moment so I jumped at the chance to review a gig at The Towler from one of the leading UK tributes to them, The Reet Hot Chili Peppers.  They're … Continue reading Reet Hot Chili Peppers at The Towler Review