Fireworks Magazine review for Dendera’s ‘Pillars of Creation’

“I’ve seen Dendera many times and I promise you that it is extraordinary to see the quality of a true stadium band in clubs and bars. ‘…Floor’ was a remarkable debut album and ‘Pillars Of Creation’ seals the promise in style.” Issue 70, July/August 2015. On sale now

Review for Dendera’s ‘Pillars of Creation’ on Encyclopedia Metallum

“The band have clearly carved their own path into heavy metal and I’m sure will continue to craft more neck-breaking riffs, finger-shredding fretwork and sing-along choruses. With a generally darker tone than their debut, fantastic artwork, riffs to die for, memorable anthems and the true spirit of metal just oozing … Continue reading

Metal Only (Germany) review I.C.O.N ‘The Blacklist’ 9/10

Thanks very much Steiff at Metal Only. “Fazit: Fans von ehrlichen und powervollen Hard Rock / Heavy Metal Bands der Marke The Almighty sei dieser Silberling schwerstens an Herz und Ohren gelegt. Wirklich sehr gut gemacht …bitte mehr davon!” 9/10 Check it out in full HERE (downloadable pdf of the review)

I.C.O.N at Wildfire Festival, Scotland (All About The Rock)

“We’d seen the official video to new single ‘Welcome To My War‘ so were totally hyped for seeing these guys playing their own brand of aggressive metal as they headlined the second stage.  We weren’t disappointed.  The show they put on was first class, and it was great to see a … Continue reading

Powerplay magazine reviews ‘Pillars Of Creation’ (9/10)

The July issue of Powerplay features a review of Dendera’s ‘Pillars Of Creation’: “…easily the most impressive pure heavy metal band to come out of the UK in recent memory … Dendera have more to them than meets the eye and have proven that we should make no assumptions of … Continue reading

Powerplay magazine reviews ‘The Blacklist’ (7/10)

The latest issue of Powerplay features a review of I.C.O.N’s ‘The Blacklist’: “There is absolutely no doubting the live talent that these guys possess, and in spinning the follow-up to their well received debut album, ‘New Born Lie’, you can rightly expect a real treat … A solid second album, … Continue reading