‘You’re The Voice’ is released digitally on Friday 6th December, while a limited-edition CD version costing £5 will be available to buy throughout Wyatt’s epic 2000 mile Road 2 Rockstock 2 cycle trek.
After two very successful releases with PHIL CAMPBELL AND THE BASTARD SONS and countless live shows with rock giants like GUNS N’ ROSES, legendary long-time MOTÖRHEAD guitarist Phil Campbell is currently laying down finishing touches to his first-ever solo record.
“We needed to use every part of our fucking bodies to make this work, if it’s there a spare appendage, I’m sure if we had got more rehearsal we would have been beating stuff with our dicks to get extra sounds out”
MUTATION is a UK-based extreme metal band formed in 2013 by celebrated vocalist / guitarist Ginger Wildheart, one of British rock’s official living legends and the man behind the rock group The Wildhearts. The underground three-piece will release its new album, Mutation III: Dark Black, on June 30 via Undergroove Records. Described as “an aural […]
The former Motorhead guitarist has got together with his three sons and vocalist Neil Starr for their debut EP.
Hey Hello quickly followed the men from down under and include amongst their ranks, the one and only Ginger Wildheart (when does the man sleep?) All members of the band look like they are having a great time on stage as they rattle rapidly through their catalogue, not missing a beat or a strum.
We might be born to lose – however being a Motorhead fan has always been a win-win in my book.
The Temperance Movement caused a serious ripple when they released their five track Pride EP in 2012.
We got this massive break in front of these pure rock guys, the old guard so to speak like Brian May. We came on, blasted a couple of tunes and were loved for it. Then we were played on Planet Rock radio and the views of our videos went up massively. We tried to capitalize, as we had some video presentations of us doing”Only Friend”. It went to over a 100,000 views after that. That to me was the lucky break for us, it felt amazing because we came onto the same stage that Led Zeppelin had played. First thing that I did when I went home is watch Led Zeppelin live at the Albert Hall”.