Don’t let the name of this band fool you, if you’re expecting this to be an album of Southern rock played out in its purest form, you’ll be in for a royal shock.Read more
In the summer of 2000, I was given a cassette (pre-hipster cool) with Corrosion of Conformity‘s Wiseblood on side 1 and America’s Volume Dealer on the other.Read more
The first time I saw Everthrone they were opening for Fates Warning. As this was my first time seeing Fates Warning, frankly, I was WAY more excited about FW than any of the opening bands. Until, Everthrone took the stage and blew my mind. I’ve said it before and I will keep saying it: there are far more bad Power Metal bands than good ones.Read more
This Scottish Hard Rock/Heavy metal band have earned their reputation by playing festivals, headlining shows and tours across the UK and Europe, supporting the likes of Saxon, Slash and Judas Priest.
Attica kick off the night with ‘Killer Carousel’ and ’36 Insane’, which keeps the electric flowing.
This October marks the return of a few Rock legends. Not only did Def Leppard release a full album with new songs, Canadian Rock superstar Bryan Adams presents us a new album with completely new material as well. It took him seven long years to record the new album. In the wait for the new album, he did some live shows, a re-mastered version of his classic “Reckless” and a cover album.Read more
The Silent Comedy are from of San Diego, California. They are an interesting band founded by the brothers Joshua and Jeremiah Zimmerman in 2006. They have released 2 full-length records and 2 EP’s and Friends divide is their latest effort.Read more
Most surprising fact on this release is the appearance of 1980s AOR veteran Doug Kahan on bass. Doug is best known for being a member of Flash Kahan, Adrenalin, DC Drive, PKM, Paul Thorn and countless other bands/projects as a session musician.Read more
Cocksure is the new album from the New York based singer/songwriter Laura Stevenson. Liz Phair, The Replacements and The Lemonheads influence her. The songs on her album are rather short, but overall it is a very diverse record and an actually pretty good sounding album. Vocally it reminds me of Belinda Carlisle meets The Bangles’ Susanna Hoffs. Musically speaking it is 80s meets 90s alternative rock based, sounding similar to The Pretenders meets Stevie Nicks meets Patti Smith. It is her 4th record, so she has been in the music business for quite a while now.Read more
Out of the Bay-Area in San Francisco come Midori and Ezra Boy. A band with a strong 1980’s US Hair Metal influence. This band is formed around lead singer Midori Longo, drummer Dave Briggs, guitarist Sean Zilla and bassist/guitarist Tiger Yakimoto.Read more
Formed in 2014 by Dutch guitarist Peter Bourbon of Picture, Vengeance and many more, the band Faith Healer is a new sensation on the horizon. The line-up is completed by Dennis Geraads (drummer, producer, sound engineer and owner of the Skillz Drums Academy), Peter Rovers (bass), Marc Meesters (guitarist and singer) and young Polish vocalist – Zinny Zalesky (Piotr “Zinny” Zaleski).Read more
These guys have always been about the message and about making a point, free music to lead a free world of punishment and control by corporations and government. Sure some call them hippy and communists, I call them visionariesRead more
World renowned vocalist Mike Tramp (White Lion, Freak Of Nature, Tramp Solo) has one of those instantly recognizable voices, a veteran of the rock and roll scene, “Tramp” has been on tour to promote his new album entitled ”Nomad”. I had the pleasure of catching ”Tramp” at the Corporation In Sheffield.Read more