A beautifully recorded, exquisitely played album, ‘time and emotion’ is indeed a highlight of Robin’s impressive career. 9
‘Sacred’ is a love letter to the very genre of metal and should be embraced as such. 8
Very strongly recommended, 'The exigent' is a powerful album, but I believe that Only Echoes Remain have even better things ahead. 8
Super-fans will want the super-deluxe edition and I can understand that, even if I can’t entirely condone the cost. More irritating is the somewhat lacklustre 2-disc version which seems poorly served both in terms of packaging and content. 10 (for the music); 6 (for the package).
‘Lay it on down’ is a rare treasure that maintains Kenny’s flawless body of work. 10
The band know the value of light and shade and, for all the savagery on offer, there are moments where the waters run still and deep, allowing just enough time for the listener to lose themselves before the next assault upon the senses. 9
Temple of Lies have unleashed another scorcher – embrace the sickness. 9
A night of heroic rock ‘n’ roll delivered with aplomb by both Blue Oyster Cult and Jared James Nichols alike, this was a night to remember and Nottingham once again earned its reputation as one of the UK’s most rocking cities.