Frontiers Records


Stryper – Even The Devil Believes

Glad to hear them focus on the heavy sound but ”Let him in”, ”Do unto others” and ”Even the devil believes” throws me back to the days when they first came on to my radar.

Rising Steel – Fight Them All

Don´t laugh when I say that a song named “Steel Hammer” is a good tune, followed by “Blackheart” and from then on the album has a better standard.

Black Rose Maze – S/T

Another good note from the album is that when I see “featuring Jeff Scott Soto” I know it will be awesome. Can he do anything wrong?
Dukes Of The Orient - Freaskshow

Dukes of the Orient – Freaksow

I was never a big fan of Saxophone in rock music, more often than not I think it ruins the songs. However, there is one exception and that is John Helliwell from Supertramp. I really like his style and thankfully, as there is a lot of sax on this record, Eric Tewalt’s playing seams to by influenced by him.

Vega – Grit Your Teeth

The dips are here and there and there is no song that I will remember after reviewing this album.

FM – Synchronized

Anyways, if you're looking for some high quality melodic rock/AOR from 2020, look no further. This album will fulfill most of your urges

Pretty Maids – Maid In Japan

Excuse me all. I need to go and calm down. This hour has been such an adrenaline rush and it feels like I just witnessed the band on stage and not listening to a record.

Dennis DeYoung -26 EAST: Volume 1

Well, if you like me where hoping for a progressive pomp rock return, you will be disappointed but if you like musicals, ballads, classic rock and Dennis voice you will probably love it.

Khymera – Master Of Illusions

Dennis sings with the best of ém. He´s a bit of a mix between Ronnie Atkins (Pretty Maids) and Marcie Free (Unruly Child, Signal) and second track, the sublime "The First Time" indeed sounds like the lovechild of Pretty Maids and Unruly Child.

Harem Scarem – Change The World

I enjoy it all the way, but can't really find any new classics to shake my foundations. It's just all right, basic nice rock music without any big flaws. Which of course isn't bad at all, really, just not that extraordinary.

Allen/Olzon – Worlds Apart

In some way I felt Anette was a bit misplaced in Nightwish, she might not have been given the chance either but here I feel that she felt she had a chance for a revenge and returned with a very convincing performance.

Archon Angel – Fallen

Fallen passes through and sounds good and decent, but then it fades away and I can't remember that much about it at all. After four spins, there are no songs I can hum along to and few titles I recognize when I take a look at the song list. I think that says quite a lot.
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