In the space of a year on these shores Steel Panther have moved from a night each in Dublin and Belfast, playing the Academy and the Limelight during the Lower The Bar tour, to now having two nights in Vicar Street and a night in the Ulster Hall
In keeping with 2013’s album “Second Coming”, Stryper have indeed been ‘reborn’ and are currently riding high on a second career. Whether they ever manage to reach the heady heights of their career in the 1980s remains to be seen but on the strength of recent releases, the quality of their output cannot be brought into question.
So what of their latest offering, ”Fallen” to be released 16th Oct? Will it be “The Rock That Makes Me Roll” or will it be heading straight to the “Abyss”?
Hard rock band Buckcherry is back with their seventh studio album “Rock ‘n’ Roll” that is due to be released on the 21th August 2015, 2 years after “Confessions”. Featuring their newest single “Bring It On Back”, their latest record offers ten tracks that range from groovy, foot-tapping and hip-shaking tracks to beautiful, slow, countryish ballads and faster-paced as well as heavier tracks.
Released By : Spinefarm Records Genre : Glam Rock, Melodic Rock Link : http://www.recklesslove.com/ Tracklist: 01 – Animal Attraction 02 – Speedin’ 03 – Born To Break Your Heart 04 – Hot 05 – Fantasy 06 – Dirty Dreams 07 – Dance 08 – Fight 09 – Switchblade Babe 10 – On The Radio 11 […]
s obvious Mason and the rest of the guys took a new approach to their song structures, most sleaze or glam isn’t anywhere to be found and guess what? I could care less because to be honest there were too many 80’s band in the day doing that better then Warrant anyways.