Bonafide are a straight up, rock and roll band – end of story. No gimmicks, no fuss…Read more
To win a signed copy of the CD tell us “Which UK summer festival did Apocalyptica play at in 2016” Comment on the post and share it for a chance to win.Read more
This weekend, however, is the first HRH Metal event, to be held in, well there was nowhere else a metal festival deserves to be really and that’s Birmingham.Read more
The reality is, physically it would be difficult to continue this lifestyle forever.Read more
The whole stage set up was incredible, as was the lighting and even the sound impressed me tonight. I don’t usually enjoy the acoustics at the Motorpoint arena, but the band brought so much additional lighting and stage gear with them.Read more
“Champion deals with the concept that we are what we eat, not just our physical health but our soul’s well-being,”Read more
Alice Cooper’s first headline UK tour in 5 years comes with the anticipation of a big 2017 for Coop.
The seeds have been sewn this year, with Alice having just ended his more than 90 show 2016 tour with a final night at the legendary Pantages Theatre in Hollywood.
Give us your answer in the comments before midnight tonight and we’ll announce the winner tomorrow morningRead more
We’re back on the road! Tickets are now on sale for our upcoming tour […]Read more
THE SOAPGIRLS unveil debut UK video BAD BITCH … and tour dates too!Read more
A loud, varied and entertaining show, one well worth seeing as testified by the continuance of sold-out gigsRead more
Spider were a British NWOBHM (New Wave of British Heavy Metal) band from Liverpool that formed in 1976.Read more
Vader delivered a mixed set with songs from their albums dating back to the early 90’s to their more recent album, Tibi Et Igni, from 2014. Their mix of songs played perfectly to the crowd – old grizzly metal heads in their sleeveless denim jackets along with newbie metal heads some of whom were attending their first metal concert.Read more
UDO Dirkschneider: This was billed as a ‘Farewell to Accept’ tour, with UDO (vocals) saying that it was a tribute to the Accept songsRead 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