Album Reviews

Black Star Riders – All Hell Breaks Loose Review

Black Star Riders will play some European festivals this summer followed by an extensive tour. And after that ….? well it’s probably time for another chapter for the touring Lizzy outfit.

Interviews

Exclusive Interview with the Legendary Scott Gorham (Guitars) (Thin Lizzy, Black Star Riders)

Black Star Riders entered studio in Los Angeles in January 2013 to start recording their debut album with the legendary Kevin Shirley (Led Zeppelin, Iron Maiden, Aerosmith, Rush). The album will feature material the band wrote whilst touring as Thin Lizzy and the sound retains that classic feel but is very much its own as well. The Black Star Riders record is the next step in the evolution of the Thin Lizzy story.

Album Reviews

Stone Axe – Stone Axe II Special Collectors Edition Review

If you are unfamiliar with the band let’s just say that they are one of the premiere seventies rock revivalist groups going around today. Their music is made up of a mix of influences and in it you can hear artists ranging from CREAM, JIMI HENDRIX, early AC/DC, early KISS, SLADE, THIN LIZZY, UFO, RAINBOW, FREE, LED ZEPPELIN and much more…

DVD Reviews

Gary Moore – Live At Montreux 2010 DVD Review

I think for generations to come we will forever be in debt to a classy guitar player like Gary Moore, from his signature Signature Les Paul BFG to the countless his power to touch people with strings. An artist that was able to transcend…

Album Reviews

Young Blood – Transfusion

YOUNG BLOOD where very, very close to inking a deal with BRONZE records when some personnel issues began tearing the band apart which eventually lead to them officially calling it a day and shelving the album they had recorded ready for their label debut. Now, some 25 or so years later the kind folks at Angel Air have combined the previously unreleased debut and the band’s earlier E.P…

Album Reviews

Brian Robertson – Diamonds And Dirt

Brian Robertson is probably best known as the guitarist that replaced Gary Moore at the beginning of THIN LIZZY’S successful patch, which he played a role in by the way. He is also quite well known for the fact that he joined MOTORHEAD for one album in 1983 titled ANOTHER PERFECT DAY. While he wasn’t really an ideal fit for the all-out dirty rock of Lemmy and co…