4 albums followed with Erik, countless tours and a stunning reputation as a frontman ensured sold out gigs around the world. But then the unexpected took place and the new guy made way for the original guy and back came Kenny, fitter and healthier than ever and ready to take the crown that was always rightfully his.
Words and Pictures: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media The Quireboys, a band that somehow make you want to start drinking whiskey even if you’re tee total whilst reaching for a pack of Marlboro cigarettes when you’ve never taken a drag in your life. Quite what it is about this band but they epitomise the true […]
The European leg of the tour will start in Copenhagen on Monday 30th October and the band will play their first show in the UK in Wolverhampton on Friday 17thNovember.
“Redefined” is taken from H.E.A.T’s “Into The Great Unknown” album which is released by earMusic on Friday 22nd September.
I had the opportunity to catch up with singer Erik and Drummer Crash from the Swedish band Heat at Download Festival recently following their set.
Having started as a showcase for the now defunct Now & Then record label through ‘Gods of AOR / The Gods’ concerts, FireFest’s inaugural show was in Bradford before moving only six months later to its adopted home at Rock City in Nottingham.
If you take a closer look at previous records you see that the musical style shifted into a slightly different direction. While the first two records offered more typical AOR stuff (think of Journey and Toto), “Address The Nation” added more of an Arena-Rock feeling like Bon Jovi
But the big, underlying question was…How in the world is the band’s next album going to sound? And would the decision to team up with Erik Gronwall prove to be a resounding success or a stunning failure?