Having given every ounce of themselves to the crowd with boundless energy, the band proved once again that they are a force of nature.
Released by: Rat Pak Records Release Date: Out now! Genre: Album Oriented Rock Links: https://ratpakrecordsamerica.com/roxanne Line Up: Jamie Brown: vocals, guitar, piano Joe Infante: bass, vocals John Butler: guitar, vocals David Landry: drums George Lynch: guitars on “Super Bad” & “Go Fuck Yourself” Dug Pinnick: vocals on “Go Fuck Yourself”, bass on “Man in the Moon” Ray […]
So what is it? A livudio release, ‘unleashed in the studio’… no that one’s taken. Either way, it’s a hybrid and probably the one of the first of its kind.
A return to form by the classic rockers. Released by: Frontiers Music s.r.l. Release Date: Out Now Genre: Classic Rock, Progressive Rock Links: http://www.URIAH-HEEP.com Line Up: Mick Box: Guitar, Vocals Phil Lanzon: Keyboards, Vocals Bernie Shaw: Lead Vocals Russell Gilbrook: Drums, Vocals Dave Rimmer: Bass, Vocals Tracklist: 1. Grazed By Heaven 2. Living The Dream […]
A return to the halcyon days of rock. Released by: Metalville / Rough Trade Release Date: Out Now! Genre: Classic Rock Links: https://hound-hardrock.bandcamp.com Line Up: Wanja Neite: vocals Nando Grujic: guitar Jonas Gehlen: organ Yannick Aderb: bass John Senft: drums Tracklist: Not So Long Ago Jim Vance The Perilous Realm Cursed Place Thoughts & Prayers Not […]
Atmospherically nightmarish …but in a good way!
With new member on the drums, Deen Castronovo, plus those grooviest of cats Marco Mendoza, Doug Aldrich, John Corabi and David Lowy, the line-up of the Dead Daisies feels good, it feels legendary and it feels joyous, and boy couldn’t we do with a bit of rock n roll happiness these days, the world has gone bloody bonkers!
It’s been said before that the man in black has remained a Classic Rock mystery for a long time, yes his timeless licks and guitar vibes have paved the ways to so many Classic Rock cuts through the years, and even at the helm in Deep Purple and Rainbow, his image was always one of a very private and enigmatic character.
Undoubtedly in fine form and tightened up by the recent touring schedule, they took to the stage amongst rapturous applause with the ease and expertise of veteran rockers.
Michael Schenker Fest’s Resurrection isn’t as great as some of the past albums (there’s my meathead coming out,) but it is still one I can see me pulling out from time to time.