Review: Mirror – Pyramid of Terror

The wild, hard rocking heavy metal of the ‘70s and early ‘80s has been enjoying a resurgence of sorts in recent years as more and more bands yearn for musical days long gone. Most of that revival focuses on the more mystical side of that coin, with occult rock, love letters to Blue Öyster Cult,  and the ethereal leads of Pagan Altar enjoying some success. There’s a lot less (good) homage to the higher-octane groups like Scorpions, Rainbow, and Deep Purple. Fortunately for those who miss those days, or who really wish that Rainbow did more like “Gates of Babylon,” … Continue reading Review: Mirror – Pyramid of Terror