Honest, exciting and beautifully played, Midnight Dogs have exceeded the lofty expectations raised by the stage show and delivered an album of anthems-in-the-making and if you’re a fan of blues-infused rock ‘n’ roll, then this is the album for you. 8
You certainly would not know this to be an independent release with regard production or song writing and there’s no question in my mind that the band’s hook-infused material is destined to reach a far greater audience.
Nine Shrines have left no stone unturned in their efforts to produce a hard-hitting EP and it certainly should open up the band to legions of new fans. 9
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More than a side project, Me and that Man is a compelling musical journey that deserves to be heard in isolation from Nergal's work in Behemoth and judged upon its own, very fine, merits.
When the album is good, it’s really good and you long for a greater whole, but ultimately too much soul is traded away by the production with the result that the album ultimately feels like something of a missed opportunity. 6
A beautifully coherent album that invites the listener to embark on a journey to far flung lands, ‘Emperor of sand’ is perfectly represented by the artwork that adorns its cover and stands as a truly magnificent feat of creation. 10
Almost impossibly good, any serious music fan should consider purchasing a copy of this blistering live document. 10