I am the owner of Nick Green's Reviews (2012 - 2015). I love all types of music and I really enjoy writing about it, hence this blog. I am a quiet individual but do speak when I need to. I welcome all feedback and embrace criticism.
nickgreensreviews has written 6 posts for Bearded Gentlemen Music

Record Review: Black Sabbath – 13

So, the moment arrives when I finally have the new Black Sabbath album. After months of waiting and waiting, without downloading the leak and not streaming it through iTunes, I put 13 into my CD player with much hesitation and worry — Would I love it, or would I hate it? Apart from the obvious constant dispute about Bill … Continue reading

Record Review: Megadeth – Super Collider

Following on from 2011’s 13 I was really unsure of the direction Megadeth would take with their next record, given that 13 (I felt) was an album that was more commercial than Endgame, with Endgame being one of Megadeth’s finer moments. When I first listened to the self-titled single from Super Colider my expectations seemed to go down really quickly; almost like attaching a weight to … Continue reading

Record Review: Alice in Chains – The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here

Following on from Black Gives Way to Blue in 2009, which was a monumental return since Layne Staley’s death, I was quite looking forward to Alice In Chains new album. I have always been an Alice in Chains fan ever since hearing Dirt (which left quite a mark me in my early teens) and from then on I have always approached … Continue reading

Record Review: The Ocean – Pelagial

Having never experienced or having never listened to The Ocean before, you could say that this was a bit out of my depths. The German post-metal band who last released two albums back in 2010 (Heliocentric and Anthropocentric) now embrace us with more sonic beauty, based around a concept where it takes the listener on … Continue reading

Record Review: The Dillinger Escape Plan – One of Us is the Killer

The Dillinger Escape Plan, who have formed a large fan base because of their unique music, are set to release their fifth album via Party Smasher / Sumerian to the masses which will no doubt be devoured happily. I have always been a fan of them ever since hearing Miss Machine and being entranced by their tendency to … Continue reading

Record Review: Deep Purple – Now What!?

It has been a while since I’ve had the pleasure of listening to a new Deep Purple album, seven years to be exact. A lot has changed in seven years, none more important and saddening than the loss of keyboardist Jon Lord, who passed away last July. R.I.P. Jon Lord. For anyone familiar with Deep Purple they will no doubt … Continue reading


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