‘Renegades’ showcases a band that doesn’t deny their roots while moving on by evolving their sound. The new album has the potential to score similar successes as the previous disc and can widen the fan base even more.
Released by: Napalm Records Release Date: Out Now! Genre: Rock Links: https://scottstapp.com/ Album Line-up: Scott Stapp — lead vocals Sammy Hudson — bass, backing vocals Ben Flanders — guitar, backing vocals Yiannis Papadopoulos — lead guitar Dango Empire — drums Tracklist: World I Used To Know Name Purpose For Pain Heaven In Me Survivor Wake Up […]
Released by: Spinnup Release Date: Out Now Genre: Hard Rock Links: https://www.facebook.com/TheRealMercuryRising/ Album Line-up: Max Cambell – vocals, guitars Rob Raymond – lead guitar Stephen Ellis – bass George Tinsley – drums Tracklist: City Lights Running Out Of Time Love For Lust Coming Home We All Die Young Essex band Mercury Rising […]
Destruction doesn’t take any prisoners when it comes to the new record. Ten musical blasts made it on the album, all belonging to the best Thrash Metal can offer these days.
Having been active for nearly a decade it is surprising then that this will be just their second LP, following on from 2012’s Parking Cars and Pumping Gas but one that has been worth the wait.
The Great War by Sabaton is far and away the best album I’ve heard in 2019 so far, with any upcoming releases having next to zero chance of topping it.
100% Proof by Gin Annie is a hard-hitting melodic rock album with 80s Sunset Strip sensibilities dialled into the modern audience.
The Allman Betts Band deliver a sublime and soulful album of southern-fused blues-rock with their debut album Down To The River
Assembled like a love-letter to the Gov’t Mule faithful, the core audience for this album, Bring On the Music: Live At The Capitol Theater delivers in every way.
‘Road Chronicles: Live!’ by the Supersonic Blues Machine is a superb example of how some albums are simply meant to be.