Metal Underground reviews ‘Pillars Of Creation’ (4/5)

“If you are looking for a traditional act that mixes a myriad of styles for a form of heavy metal that exudes both power and a touch of groove, with an emphasis of heaviness, riffs and blazing leads and melodious hooks – then you need to check out Dendera’s “Pillars … Continue reading

‘Pillars Of Creation’ officially released today – 22.06.15

Dendera’s second album ‘Pillars Of Creation’ is officially released today – 22.06.15 With distribution by Code 7 and Plastic Head Media, ‘Pillars Of Creation’ is now available to buy from Amazon (CD), Amazon (download), iTunes (US), iTunes (UK) and all good record stores. In support of the new album Dendera have a series … Continue reading

Sea Of Tranquility reviews ‘Pillars Of Creation’ (4.5/5)

“Think Anthrax in their prime Bush era, or mid-period Megadeth and then marry that to the melody and drama of Maiden and Priest and what Pillars Of Creation becomes is a serious metal beast with a whole range of attacks. It’s a knock out concoction, majestic and pulsating, yet gritty … Continue reading

Dangerdog reviews ‘Pillars Of Creation’ (4.5/5)

“For the the fan of classic heavy and power metal, there’s a lot to like about Dendera, and maybe modern metal fans will have some interest as well.” “Dendera’s Pillars Of Creation is classic heavy and power metal, still melodic, but made roaring and rousing for our current times.” 4.5/5 … Continue reading

Metal Gods TV reviews ‘Pillars Of Creation’ (9/10)

“What an outstanding listening experience. The musicianship on display throughout is superb … From Ashley’s mind-blowing vocals, to Stephen and Tony’s genius guitar playing. All made possible by Bradley’s confident bass-play and Andy’s pummelling drums … A rhythm section that works well together as one. Together they have made another … Continue reading

Maximum Volume reviews ‘Pillars Of Creation’ (9.5/10)

“Ashley Edison soars with the best of them on the magnificent “In High Tide” which echoes both Dio and Judas Priest as it goes about its stunning business…” “The Portsmouth based five piece, who take their name from a small town in Egypt, have constructed something quite remarkable on this, … Continue reading