Album closer ‘Rewind’ completes the media playback analogies and again paints an image of a young Daltrey singing classic Who tunes. If indeed The Who had released Control instead of (the patchy) Endless Wire back in 2006, it would have sold millions and kicked off this resurgence in quality 60’s / 70’s music five years earlier. We can only hope the same can be said for The Brew. This should be their time.
Black Star Riders – All Hell Breaks Loose Album Launch Party, Milton Keynes on Thursday, May 30th, 2013
In conclusion the evening delivered quality entertainment, and like everybody else that had witnessed the Black Star Riders introductory performance I would be proud to say as per the official event badge and T-shirt that “I was there” “Bound for Glory”? I think that Black Star Riders wont be long in achieving that status, already on the way with current chart placing of the “All Hell Breaks Loose” release. Successfully bridging the past and present of the band this marks a new and exciting chapter in their history, inevitable world domination waits!!!
MTV Headbangers Ball featuring Iced Earth, Ensiferum, Kataklysm and Unearth – Live at the Electric Brixton, London, 6 December 2016
a great comeback for a once mainstream movement that was MTV Headbangers Ball…