Black Veil Brides - Vale

It’s been a while… and I bet that some missed them badly or something like that. Almost 4 years after their self-titled album, Black Veil Brides are back with their new studio work, which can be seriously regarded as one of the top gay/pop/rock/metal albums for 2018! Yeah, it is that good or bad either way you see it!

Amaranthe - Massive Addictive

Amaranthe appeared a few years ago as a rather interesting proposition with their triple pronged vocals, which were and still are very much spearheaded by the delectable miss Elize Ryd, who in the meantime has done a lot more respectable singing than she has in her main band in other projects and in Kamelot. They were always mixing metal riffs with poppy hooks, and some fake aggressive parts. Part, Linkin Park, Part In Flames, Part Nightwish... their first album, was pretty good and had some quite inspired moments, good solid songwriting, melodies, good performances.

Dead By April - Let the World Know

I’m sooo into this gaycore trend of our time. It’s fun! Why? Well, it’s easy to be part of it. Get a few trendy, “macho-like” guys with tattoos and the band is ready to go! So, here (in case you are not aware of it) we have a Swedish band formed in 2007 and this is their third full-length album.

Amaranthe - The Nexus

I remember happening upon this band during its early demo days when they used to be called Avalanche. Besides the gifted and beautiful Elize and the band’s mastermind Olof, I knew that this band generally had the talent and the will go big. I was impressed by their demo songs back in the day and I was waiting to see how they would evolve further.

Black Veil Brides - Wretched and Divine - The Story of the Wild Ones

It’s with joy that I’m watching the gay rock movement going on strong & becoming our time’s hottest music genre. Bands with no identity, no talent, no image, no skills, no imagination or originality have taken over the teenagers around the world. It kinda brought the Eurovision-lover band Sturm Und Drang on my mind!