Kajit has wares if you have coin!
DEFTONES – GORE (AMAZON UK, £9.99)
If you haven’t already guessed, I am a huge fan of Deftones and pretty much own every single album of theirs, with me owning the LP of Koi No Yokan and my Dad the CD copy. I had heard the lead single “Prayers/Triangles” prior to release and, as you’d expect, I was pretty excited for the upcoming album. Already had listen through and I love it! They are a band that has, honestly, never disappointed with an album.
IHSAHN – ARKTIS (AMAZON UK, £9.99)
Already as I listen to this album for the 10th time again I can safely that I love it. Ihsahn, in his solo work, has always been known to experiment, which we saw a lot of in his previous album. This album is a mix of both Eremita and Das Seelenbrechen, and although this isn’t as guitar-centred as Eremita or Das Seelenbrechen, it still makes for an awesome record. Can we safely say a contender for ALBUM OF THE YEAR?
Haken – Affinity (Amazon UK, £9.99)
Down – Down II: A Bustle In Your Hedgerow… (Amazon UK, £5.32)
The Haunted – The Dead Eye (Amazon UK, £5.92)
Simon Scarrow – Britannia (AMAZON UK, £5.59)
One of, what I consider to be, my “big hitters” of the year so far. I have ready every book in the Eagles of the Empire series and currently this book sits at the bottom of the pile.
The Walking Dead (Robert Kirkman)- Volume 1: Days Gone By (COMIC PARADE, £11)
The Walking Dead (Robert Kirkman) – Volume 2: Miles Behind Us (COMIC PARADE, £11)
Bernard Cornwell – Warriors of the Storm (The Last Kingdom Series, Book 9)
James Patterson – Truth Or Die
MISC (DVDS/GAMES/COMPUTER ACCESSORIES)
WWE 2K16 Season Pass. (Playstation Store, £15.99)