Kissin' Dynamite - Megalomania (AFM Records)

Coming of age has never sounded so good...
Release Date: 
30 Sep 2014 (All day)

BOOM!! Lordy lordy lordy, what a bunch o’ toonz!

Crystal Viper - Possession (AFM Records)

I'm just not feeling it...
Release Date: 
21 Jan 2014 (All day)

Polish outfit Crystal Viper came highly recommended to me from people (who shall in this instance remain nameless) who have opinions in the field of power metal that I feel I can u

Wolfpakk: Returning for Album Number Two!

Ready to ride the bullet and slam down the hammer again!

In August 2011, Wolfpakk, the allstar-project led by Mark Sweeney (ex-Crystal Ball) and Michael Voss (Mad Max, Casanova

'Get the record and live with it before you become the World's greatest critic' - Steve Blaze of Lillian Axe talks to Metal as Fuck

And Steve's got a bone to pick with us...

Those of you who pay attention to such things will remember that about a month ago Metal as Fuck ran a review of the new album by Lillian Axe, XI: The Days Bef

Lillian Axe - XI: The Days Before Tomorrow (AFM Records)

Steve Blaze and company are determined to leave the past behind...
Release Date: 
26 Jan 2012 - 11:30pm

Aah, the ‘Axe. At one point in 1990 (in my house at least) it looked like Lillian Axe were going to be the next big thing.

Almah - Motion (AFM)

Solid but always enjoyable power metal from Brazil.
Release Date: 
14 Oct 2011 (All day)

Now three albums in, Almah, which started as a side project for Angra vocalist Edu Falaschi, is undoubtedly a ‘proper’ band.

Sinner - One Bullet Left (AFM Records)

They know what they like, and they like what they know...
Release Date: 
9 Sep 2011 (All day)

Every now and then it’s nice to just be presented with an album that is what it is; Sinner’s sixteenth studio album, One Bullet Left, is just such a refreshing

Byfrost - Of Death (AFM Records)

Norway has a habit of coming up with ear-scourging extreme music - and Byfrost are happy to add to a proud tradition.
Release Date: 
16 Jun 2011 - 11:30pm

Byfrost hail from Bergen in Norway, and Of Death is their second full-lengther.

Onslaught - Sounds of Violence (AFM)

Onslaught. Never were a band so aptly named? That's debatable, but this album is indeed a no-holds barred onslught on your sensibilites...
Release Date: 
19 Jan 2011 - 11:30pm

Onslaught. For a brief while in the eighties they looked like being Britain's best bet for stemming the tide of American and German thrash that was flooding the ears of metalheads