Released as the soundtrack to Jon Favreau´s movie "Iron Man 2", this compilation features 15 classic AC/DC songs selected from ten of the band’s studio albums, ranging from 1976 to 2008, an almost half & half mix of songs from both the Bon Scott...
If you thought that Accept couldn´t carry on without Udo Dirkschneider, you were wrong! "Blood Of The Nations" is Accept´s twelfth studio album - their first one after 1996´s "Predator" - and features excellent heavy metal vocals by Mark Tornillo.
Recorded in 1996 in Nashville, Tennessee, this is the eleventh album for Accept. This is a typical Accept album - it is fast, aggressive, & technically adept hard rock. For singer Udo Dirkschneider the last studio recording with the band.
"Russian Roulette" shows a band on its peak. When the big ACCEPT classics are to be counted, mostly names like "Restless And Wild", "Breaker" and "Balls To The Wall" are mentioned. But the 86 output is not a iota less good!
Here comes "Stalingrad" – a statement for the iron will to succeed. Songs forged in the sweat and haze of the concert halls and hardened in the fire of hundreds of thousands fans’ excitement. Thunderous riffs, noble chorals, exceptional but yet...
Agnostic Front has always been the face of New York City hardcore. They aim to remind the world with their new album, "Warriors", as tough a slab of old-school hardcore as you´re likely to hear anytime soon.
Alcatrazz was originally formed as a vehicle for vocalist Graham Bonnet, but became famous for introducing budding guitar heroes instead, namely Swedish phenom Yngwie J. Malmsteen and ex-Frank Zappa associate Steve Vai.
Amorphis´ 7th full-length features a new vocalist and the return of death metal vocals. "Eclipse" stylistically spans "Tales From The Thousand Lakes", "Elegy" and "Far From The Sun" for the band´s most diverse offering yet.