Both guitarist Pete Lance and vocalist Jack Stiles have managed to craft that perfect combo that all classic bands over the decades have produced. This is clearly not just one person’s vision and in Vambo, the band all feel like necessary cogs in the wheel.
This isn’t a ‘stream it when you feel like it’ exercise, it’s a put the vinyl on, get the e-Book and read the story, absorb the lyrics and lose yourself in the story exercise.
Released: Out Now Label: Provogue/Mascot Label Group Genre: Blues Musicians: Eric Gales on guitar and lead vocals, Mono Neon on bass, Aaron Haggerty on drums, La Donna Gales on backing vocals and percussion, Dylan Wiggins on organ. Track Listing: 1 – Intro 2 – Something’s Gotta Give (Feat B.Slade) 3 – Whatcha Gon’ Do 4 […]
This album is one I feel every metalhead should give a listen to. Even if you’re a fan of just hard rock music, you most likely would enjoy this album! I can’t wait to see where Bad Wolves go on their tour, which can be found easily through their website!
Genre: ROCK Label: GOODTOGO Release date: Out Now Line up: Erja Lyytinen. – Vocals, guitars. Kasperi Kallio. – Keyboard, Hammond. Tatu Back. – Bass. Liro Laitenen. – Drums. Track-list: Snake in the Grass Cherry Overdrive Another World Hard as Stone Wedding Day Miracle Torn Break my Heart Gently Finnish guitarist Erja Lyytinen […]
Alter Bridge has been around for more than 15 years and grew to one of the big players in the fields of Alternative Rock and –Metal. Four years ago the band released ‘The Last Hero’ a highly successful record entering the Top 10 in several Top album charts.
Over the years I have heard about Anacrusis being such an early pioneer of Progressive Thrash Metal, but I still never found their stuff to purchase (and usually never crossed my mind digitally.) Finally, their albums are being reissued and I have been given the chance to get to know them.
Maybe it’s a sacred cow sort of thing. I know that Spread Eagle has long been one of those bands that never quite achieved the level of success as some of their far less deserving peers (they always had better songs) and both of these albums are held in such high regard that nothing was ever going to satisfy the diehard lifelong fans. I feel like the biggest change, outside of being a little darker, is the vocals are a bit different, but you can still tell it is Ray West, he’s just not singing in the same fashion as before.
What do you get when you mix an amazing songwriter, depression, and a thirst to make a great album. The answer is An astonishing masterpiece called: Pitfalls by Leprous. From the first single on the album ‘Below’ to the very last epic, ‘The Sky is Red’. Throughout all nine songs…