High Noon brings the return of longtime vocalist Mark Fox and apparently a renewed passion (to an extent) for the band as a whole.Read more
Being a teenager during the 80’s, Def Leppard was staple at school dances, car stereos and Sony Walkmans for most of that decade.Read more
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Californian Rocker Johnny Lima seems to be very active in recent years.Read more
All You Can Eat is a perfect introduction to any Thunder novice, but for those like myself who have been salivating over this band for the past 25 yearsRead more
We get interviewed like people like yourselves. But festivals won’t touch us with a barge pole.Read more
It has always been surprising that a well-respected, and frankly brilliant band like Therapy? do not play more shows on their native emerald isle. By their own admission, it’s not that they don’t want toRead more
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