Here’s the latest batch of reviews that I have written for Ghost Cult Magazine, click the links to read further.
Austin Meade – Abstract Art Of An Unstable Mind
Austin Meade is a singer songwriter from Texas, whose second album Abstract Art Of An Unstable Mind came out in October. It is a concept album about life and growing up, a varied one with attention grabbing hooks, thoughtful and storytelling lyrics and a nice ebb and flow.
Massive Wagons – Triggered!
Triggered! is a terrific dose of raucous classic rock, full to burst with big choruses, in your face guitar work and humour in abundance. Lancaster’s Massive Wagons have managed the improbable, and topped their previous offering House of Noise.
Mammoth WVH – Massive WVH (Deluxe Edition)
After his father’s untimely passing, Wolfgang Van Halen focused his energies on his solo project, and the self-titled debut for his one man band Mammoth WVH. It’s modern hard rock made with a consummate sheen that fans of Alter Bridge and Foo Fighters will love.
Mother Vulture – Mother Knows Best
Mother Knows Best is the debut album from the Bristolian quartet Mother Vulture and is an absolute belter. It is a boisterous and energetic serving of rock with metal, punk and Royal Blood influences writ large – as statements of intent go this is quite something.