The regeneration is complete – Skarlett Riot are back!
“Follow Me” is an album that’s like a metal tornado.
Thundermother play classic, hard hitting Rock n Roll with a fresh edge to it – I was instantly smitten. Their latest album Road Fever is due for release on 4th September 2015 and is sure to be exceptionally well received by all!
Released by: Despotz Records Release date: 25 September 2015 Genre: Rock Links: Facebook Lineup: Anders Ljung (Space Age Baby Jane) – Vocals Josephine Forsman (Sahara Hotnights) – Drums Erik Almström (Bullet) – Guitar Ryan Roxie (Alice Cooper, Slash’s Snakepit ) – Guitar Erik Stenemo (Melody Club) – Guitar Mats Rubarth – Bass […]
What is it with the melodic/glam/hair band revival (for lack of a better term) going on in Sweden? I’ve been digging the stuff I’ve heard coming from there, but the sophomore effort from all female quintet THUNDERMOTHER is a total hoot! Recorded over sessions in Stockholm and Klippan, the production is tight, no-frills and raw around the edges, complemented by the old-school analog equipment used to make this.
To me that is more Euro Disney Metal. I don´t care really, but to me, we play Heavy Metal, that´s it. Everybody can call us what they want. I read some review on one of our albums way back, and that guy thought we played “Half trashy, soft doom metal” Ha ha ha.
or many years now Tad Morose is a band many of my friends have told me to check out countless times, but minus a song or two here and there I really haven’t delved deeply into their stuff. I’m not sure why, as the people suggesting them were usually pretty straight up about music, but when there are so many bands, and myself being someone that listens to so many different styles, sometimes bands fall between the cracks.
In 2013 Swedish power metal group Lancer entered the scene with their highly addictive self-titled debut, an album which had a very strong 80’s feel to it from start to finish, mixing elements of early Helloween and classic Maiden together to make for a style that was perhaps a bit cliche, but certainly a lot of fun to listen to.
Interview with Mia Coldheart (Vocals and Guitar) (Crucified Barbara)