Something You Love, an album highlight also ticks the boxes that make the blue collar men nob and sob into their beers as he sings about running into an old friend, swapping stories, having a few drinks etc… The company has closed he finds out, budget cuts and setbacks so it’s time to get out there and do… something you love! Springsteen would be proud!
Psychostick know how to have a good time.
“Say Goodbye to the Sun” is the 5th single to premiere world-wide from Joel Hoekstra’s 13’s new studio album DYING TO LIVE, which will be released October 16th.
It’s been a turbulent few years in the Queensrÿche camp. With the well-publicised split with original vocalist Geoff Tate and the bitter fallout that followed now behind them, the Seattle band are entering a new chapter in their three-decade career. Supporting the release of acclaimed new album ‘Condition Hüman’ – their second with vocalist Todd La Torre – the five-piece have hit the road in the USA with The Scorpions for a run of sold-out dates in some of the country’s biggest arenas. We caught up with bassist Eddie Jackson in Rosemont, Illinois to discuss the new album, the highs and lows of Queensrÿche history, and the band’s plans for 2016. Walking the thin line: Eamon O’Neill.
SLYDIGS SINGLE ‘LIGHT THE FUSE’ RELEASE DATE: 13th NOVEMBER 2015 ESTUPENDO/UNIVERSAL Featured On Forthcoming Global Bestselling Game Franchise Rock Band 4 ANNOUNCED AS SUPPORT TO VINTAGE TROUBLE UK & EIRE TOUR – NOVEMBER 2015 Slydigs are set to release their brand new single ‘Light The Fuse’ via Estupendo Universal Records on 13th November […]
Toseland Confirms UK Dates, News, October 2015
World’s only all-female Iron Maiden tribute band the Iron Maidens have announced a one-off show at Shepherds Bush Empire on 14th April 2016.
“Def Leppard” Worldwide Album Release Date: 30th October 2015. Single: “Let’s Go”
UK CD Fanpack, double vinyl gatefold and digital: 30th October 2015, CD album: 27th November 2015
Brand new single to be released on November 26th Live In London – The Garage, October 28th (supporting Vukovi)