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28th November 2017

you spin me round

Edition Five of MetalTalk's new album review radio show, You Spin Me Round, is available on our On Demand page now.

Here's the running order:

Part 1:

1. Black Sabbath – The End DVD (Eagle Vision) reviewed by Steve Göldby
Under The Sun/Every Day Comes and Goes
Tomorrow's Dream

"It comes with the highest recommendation I can muster. So high in fact that every time it comes back to 'The End' I take it right back to the beginning…"

2. Five Finger Death Punch – A Decade Of Destruction (Prospect Park) reviewed by Jeff and Wolf from the 3rd Floor
Bad Company
Under and Over It

"Five Finger Death Punch continue to roll along…it wraps everything up nicely into one single spot, a good six-record synopsis of the band"

3. Pretty Boy Floyd – Public Enemies (Frontiers Records) reviewed by Johnny Churchill
We Got the Power
Girls all over the World

"Sleazy, noisy, and it could start a party in an empty room."

4. Devilfire – Dark Manouvers (Escape The Fire Records) reviewed by Johnny Main
Waiting For A Rockstar
Kill Your Love

"For a debut, is just astounding if I'm honest. It hasn't got a single filler track on it"

Part 2:

1. Michael Monroe – The Best (Universal Music) reviewed by Steve Göldby
Dead Jail Or Rock'n'Roll
Hammersmith Palais
One Foot Outta The Grave
Simple Town
Self-Destruction Blues

"Huge evidence of this iconic performer's considerable influence and unflagging energy. You can hear the influence Michael has had and what some of his influences are."

2.Jeff Lynne's ELO – Wembley Or Bust (Columbia Music) reviewed by Johnny Main
Don't Bring Me Down
Livin' Thing

"Great set list, great sound and great visuals on the DVD."

3.Warrior Soul - Back On The Lash (Livewire Cargo) reviewed by Steve Göldby
Back On The Lash
That's How We Roll
Going Broke

"These tunes spit and snarl with inebriated aggression and political invective."

4.Destruction – Thrash Anthem vol II (Nuclear Blast) reviewed by Johnny Main
Black Mass
The Antichrist

"These newly recorded songs haven't lost any of their original rough edges, despite the new powerful sound."


You Spin Me Round is presented by Deputy Editor Liz Medhurst and features MetalTalk writers reviewing the albums.

The show airs on TotalRock every Monday night at 10.00pm UK Time here and is available thereafter on our On Demand page here.

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