Despite the fact Ronon’s Reviews is based here in London, we truly are worldwide. We have readers all over the globe and writers dotted all around. But most information about bands that reaches me is mainly from US or UK sources
Here it is in all it's glory, Metallica's triumphant return to the world of Thrash: Hardwired... To Self-Destruct.
A few months ago I reported on the Ronon’s Reviews FB page that Metallica had promised their fans that the new record, Hardwired… To Self-Destruct would take a massive step towards their thrash sound of yesteryear.
After a whole week of being my album of choice I can finally say, yes it does and the best way I can sum it up is, while it's not as awesome as Master Of Puppets (what I consider the greatest release from Metallica) it's definitely nowhere as shit as St Anger (we all know it's a piece of crap).
Thank you twitter for allowing me to discover this brilliant thinking band.
While we are still waiting for something decent to escape the massive monster that is the music industry I decided to check out some of the bands that follow me on social media, I’m glad I did since I would never have found this amazing
Forget who Adele is winging about in her new album, forget which 16 year old Taylor Swift is dating this month, Don’t worry if 1Direction are still together or not….. the glorious 90’s are back!!!
After the 20th anniversary re-release of Garbage by (you guessed it) Garbage on the 2nd of October, Alanis Morissette decided it was her turn to get some extra money in the bank to pay for her kid’s school fees with the redrop of her multi platinum,
It has been 19 years in the making and Ugly Kid Joe has sadly missed the mark with this very average 4th studio album.
Formed in 1987 in Isla Vista California, Ugly Kid Joe have been plying their trade for a long time. Even releasing multi platinum album America’s Least Wanted which took the world by storm back in 1992, they then followed it up with another 2 average albums before disbanding in 1997. During this time various