Daily Archive: February 22, 2021


Overkill – The Grinding Wheel – 2017

Overkill was formed in 1980 and this is their 18th album. That gives an average of about one album every two years. Of course this is not evenly spread out through the years; sometime it has been only one year and sometimes three. But as a whole the albums have been coming pretty steady! I think that’s highly impressive even though they’ve changed some members over the years. Well, most bands have! The singer Bobby...


Thunder – Rip it up – 2017

I don’t know when I first heard about Thunder but if memory serves I think I bought my first album with them by ’mistake’. Obviously it wasn’t a mistake since I planned to buy it and I would also consider it a lucky shot since the first acquaintance with their music was a bliss. I really liked that first album I heard, which was Behind Closed Doors from 1995 if I’m not mistaken. Since then...

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Kiss – Paul Stanley – 1978

Paul Stanleys solo-album, one of four that Kiss made in 1978, is the most boring of them all. It’s not bad by any means but it seems very unnecessary to make a solo album like this. I mean, why make an album that sounds exactly like kiss usually does when you get the chance to broaden the horizons? There’s no imagination in the selection of the songs at all. The album soon gets pretty tiresome....