When Tracii and Phil decided to bury the hatchet (and not in each other) and released last year’s amazing The Missing Peace, it was like all things were right in the world again.
There cannot be a bad word said against any of the acts on stage this evening, with each one giving their best possible performance.
An excellent work, top marks for Crazy Lixx. A band that has for many years now remained true to their sound and influences, and I’m okay with that.
The guaranteed power ballad “Every Time I Think About You” reminds us the glory days of the golden sleazy rock.
Interview with Black Rain @ Hard Rock Hell
Buckcherry return this month with their 7th studio album Rock ‘ n’ Roll. To find out what’s going on with the band that only 12 months ago released an EP called ‘Fuck’ and are also the biggest producer of adult toys in the US, Adrian Hextall spoke to lead guitarist and founding member Keith Nelson.
So, an album that is indeed all killer and no filler (even the cover of ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’ as album closer is great fun). Pounding beats, great guitar riffs and solos, solid vocals with great range from Elliot supported by the band with chant along harmonies on the choruses.
Productionswise it’s all really good – like I said: it kicks ass. Speaking about the band members two performances are really outstanding and that is the strong vocal performance by Michael Starr and the virtuoso guitar-work from Satchel.
Usually featuring 2 ticket-drawing acts with either a tour support or local band-thus it was the case with this show. Quality long standing bands Buckcherry and Hardcore Superstar were joined by new band Venrez
Well, once again WALL STREET is a different beast to anything the band has done previously and while some elements of the album work well, overall it just feels as though the band have come too far away from what made them great and have possibly over-reached this time around…