A must have for any blues devotee. Released by: Snakefarm Records Release Date: 21st of September Genre: Blues, Blues Rock Links: https://www.billygibbons.com Line Up: Billy F Gibbons: Guitar, Harp & Vox James Harman: Additional Harmonica Joe Hardy: Fender Bass Guitar Greg Morrow & Matt Sorum: Drums Mike Flanigin: Keyboards Tracklist: (all songs by Billy F […]
Our very own agony aunt, Francijn Suermondt chats to Doug and Marco about life, the universe and rock n roll.
GET ALICE COOPER ‘ELECTED’ – THE NEW SINGLE OUT NOW LOOKING FOR A BETTER CANDIDATE? A BETTER MANIFESTO? LOOK NO FURTHER ALICE COOPER RUNS FOR U.S. PRESIDENTHE WHOLE WORLD’S GOING CRAZY!T AND U.K. PRIME MINISTER “A TROUBLED MAN FOR TROUBLED TIMES” Alice Cooper is tired of the rhetoric – the mudslinging – the media frenzy. […]
THE SOAPGIRLS unveil debut UK video BAD BITCH … and tour dates too!
Tax The Heat’s album is out now, catch them at Ramblin’ Man in July as well as Steelhouse Festival the same weekend. If you like your RnB, true RnB from the 60s, bringing to mind The Who, The Kinks and more, then Tax The Heat are for you.
After being formed in Nashville back in 2013 the band released their debut album in 2014. Them Vibes is ready to make their big break worldwide with their follow-up album TV. This album is actually a mini-album.
Buckcherry return this month with their 7th studio album Rock ‘ n’ Roll. To find out what’s going on with the band that only 12 months ago released an EP called ‘Fuck’ and are also the biggest producer of adult toys in the US, Adrian Hextall spoke to lead guitarist and founding member Keith Nelson.
I’m going to say it straight off the bat. It’s been a hell of a long time since I heard a debut album that was this damn good. In fact, I’m not even sure who it would be. One thing’s for sure…if you didn’t know this was a debut, you’d think this was at least the third album from a band who’d been doing the rounds for a few years.
I must admit, Charlotte’s 21st Century Goliath’s 2012’s debut Radio Destroyer slipped through my radar. My music attentions are mainly stuck in the classic rock genre, but when the opening chords of opener, Welcome To The Dark Side, rang out, I got a buzz that I haven’t got from an album since Tesla’s Mechanical Resonance.