Review: Lords of Metal

Stormzone has never released a weak album and fortunately this did not happen to them on ‘Lucifer’s Factory’ either. Fans of traditional heavy metal that do not shun a little complexity and variation do not have a single excuse not to listen to this excellent album. So when is this large-scale breakthrough coming?

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20 Jun 2018

Review: Ave Noctum

...in keeping with previous albums, these folks are really good at what they do, this album makes you gleam with happiness as it goes through its various stages, a continuing statement of intent solidifying their position of the regions greatest exports.

Rating: 9/10

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3 Jun 2018

Review: Metal Temple

STORMZONE is one of the rare bands one hears causing one to attempt to guess all day what band it could be. Their sound is that professional and well-crafted. They truly succeed in nailing the atmosphere of Heavy Metal in general with quality songwriting and talented, edgy delivery.

Rating: 8/10

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7 May 2018

Review: Metal Gods TV

This is definitely one for fans of Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, it is classic trad metal with, heavy, crunching guitars, clean vocals, time changes and melodic solos aplenty.

Rating: 8/10

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3 May 2018

Review: Metal Rules

What makes this such a strong album is the variety, it holds your interest by taking you down different paths, some heavy and dark, others lighter and brighter, and yet they hold true to the band themselves. The quality is obvious from the start, no weak tracks, this is a really strong album.

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1 May 2018

Review: Metal Express Radio

The highlight of this album is the lyrical content. While it’s not a through and through concept album, all the songs are at least loosely based on Irish myths and folklore. Considering the origins of the band, having the material so closely tied to the people performing it gives it a natural honesty and genuine passion that is often lacking on contemporary metal albums.

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30 Apr 2018

Review: Worship Metal Album Of The Week

This is classic sounding stuff, built on massive riffs and huge vocal hooks with melody and metallic muscle standing side by side. Power metal may be the easiest description – and Lucifer’s Factory is certainly powerful – but it’s also so much more.

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24 Apr 2018

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Lucifer's Factory

Lucifer's Factory

The new album from Stormzone, available April 2018 from Metal Nation Records.

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