There are supercharged versions of the band’s songs like “Signs Of The Time,” “Divine Addiction,” and “Lost In Oblivion” which showcase the band’s versatility to play their complicated music live.
Wearing a simple black dress and adorned with tattoos and flowing rockers hair, Beth’s talent does not need pyrotechnics and a massive all singing all dancing stage show.
King Diamond didn’t release any live albums during his entire career. If I counted right ‘Songs From the Dead Live’ is number three in more than three decades and it’s the first one that comes as DVD/Blu-Ray
Well fool me more, as at first I was convinced I was listening to some new Metallica tracks. But it’s definitely a completely different band!
With this exceptional album, guitarist Joe Bonamassa kills two birds with one stone. On the one hand, he manages to convey the musical feeling of these British blues greats exactly, on the other hand, it is a typical Bonamassa record.
the band discuss their musical mortality and confirm that replacing members in order for them to continue touring will always be out of the question
Released via: Eagle Rock TRACKLISTING: Let s Go Animal Let It Go Dangerous Foolin Love Bites Armageddon It Rock On Man Enough Rocket Bringin On The Heartbreak Switch 625 Hysteria Let s Get Rocked Pour Some Sugar On Me Rock Of Ages Photograph Available as DVD+2CD / Blu-ray+2CD / Digital Video, the latest live offering […]
“Triple Threat” is a well-chosen package, presenting the band in various ways,and including some behind the scene clips. Annihilator was always a band that used a wider approach and this package documents it in a great way.
Ritchie, as master, conducts the happenings in a quiet way and radiates something inviolable – showing here some of the most timely Rock music ever made
““We just didn’t give a f—. We did things our way, and we had a hell of a good time doing it.” Mötley Crüe, The End is here…