Hair of The Dog - Rise Review by Gary Hill If you like your rock hard and fun, then this is definitely the album for you. The disc really has a nice '80's metal texture to it, and I say that in a good way.
Halford - Metal God Essentials Volume I Review by Gary Hill This compilation of remasters from the real metal god, Rob Halford is a top-notch set. Not only do you get a CD that’s full of some of his best material from his three previous solo albums, but that’s just the beginning. More
Halford - Resurrection Review by Gary Hill The god of metal has returned! Rob Halford has come back to the metal fold, and if this first release is any indication, it should be a powerful and successful return. More
Halford - Live Insurrection Review by Gary Hill This double live disc really shows why Judas Priest made a big mistake in not taking Rob Halford back. The album rocks out much better, and captures the Priest magic much closer than his old band's most recent live album. More
Halford - Crucible Review by Mike Korn The name of this record should really be "Redemption". "Resurrection" was a very apt title for the debut Halford CD. More
Havochate - Cycle of Pain Review by Mike Korn Once in a while, a band makes such a leap in quality between albums that it takes your breath away. This has definitely happened with Havochate. More
Headrush - Headrush Review by Greg Olma I read on the web that this band is a “power metal band from Italy”. That statement shows how the internet can be a good thing and a bad thing at the same time. More
Heavenly - Virus Review by Greg Olma Heavenly is a power metal outfit that has been around for some time. Virus is their 4th release and marks a bit of a change in their sound.
The Heavils - The Heavils Review by Mike Korn Once in a great while, a band comes along that does something truly unique, something that gives the whole music scene a much needed kick in the rear , something that has never really been heard before. More
Hell - Human Remains Review by Mike Korn Around 1985, I was a huge fan of the British fanzine "Metal Forces.”
Helloween - Gambling with the Devil Review by Gary Hill Considering Helloween’s legacy and how much they’ve brought to the metal world over the last years, there’s a bit of a desire to just “rubber stamp” this as, “here’s another great album from Helloween.” The truth is, that wouldn’t really be fair or honest.
Helloween - Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II Review by Gary Hill Dating from 1988, this is early prog metal, and in many ways is more pure metal than prog metal. However, it does contain progish elements. The musicians on the album are Kai Hansen, Michael Weikath, Markus Grosskopf, Ingo Schwichenburg and Michael Kiske.
The Hidden Hand - Mother-Teacher-Destroyer Review by Mike Korn Mr. Scott Weinrich, known as "Wino" to friends and fans, has been a constant but low key presence on the American heavy music scene for close to three decades now. More
High on Fire - Blessed Black Wings Review by Patrick Hennen Welcome back headbangers, this disc is a treat for me to do. This is my pick for an up and coming band that is truly going to devastate the world of metal. More
High on Fire - Surrounded By Thieves Review by Mike Korn If ever an album cover gave you an idea of how the music within sounds, this would be the one. We have before us a horde of mail-clad warriors looking like they will kill anything that moves. More
Hirax - The New Age of Terror Review by Mike Korn It may be a "new age of terror" but what we have here is a very familiar sound. That sound is old school thrash metal, and the band purveying it is truly one of the die-hards of that scene, Hirax. More
Holy Moses - World Chaos Review by Greg Olma The good folks at Locomotive Records were nice enough to release some of the earlier albums by German thrash metal outfit Holy Moses. Not many have heard of the band so it’s nice that this release (along with Queen Of Siam) is getting a second chance.
Holy Moses - Queen of Siam Review by Greg Olma The good folks at Locomotive have done it again. The idea of reissuing an album is one of the best ways to give some older music a new lease on life.
Holy Mother - Agoraphobia Review by Mike Korn Now here is proof positive that you cannot judge a CD by its cover. The cover on this one almost certainly seems to indicate that you will be hearing some cheezy European power metal from a band of Hammerfall wannabes. More
The Hope Conspiracy - Endnote Review by Mike Korn American hardcore music seems to be mutating minute by minute. Starting out as a kind of extra heavy punk with sing-along choruses, hardcore in recent years has added a ton of heavy metal elements and has experimented with highly bizarre and complex rhythms and time changes. More
Horse The Band - The Mechanical Hand Review by Travis Jensen When I think of any of the bands that I’ve heard over the last 20 years, there are many that I like, but few that I’ve felt are innovative on developing their own, distinct style that sets them aside from the rest.