WARRIOR SOUL, the band fronted by legendary singer Kory Clarke, have announced 2018 tour dates
Southern Rock Legends Molly Hatchet join Warrior Soul, Leader of Down, and Aussie Rockers Cherry Grind to Lock their Places at this Year’s Hard Rock Hell X, alongside Ugly Kid Joe, RATT, Glenn Hughes, Last in Line, & Living Colour. With just 3 months to go until this year’s sold-out 10th anniversary Hard Rock Hell, […]
Zebrahead, Black Spiders, Yuck & more confirmed for Camden Rocks 2016, Escape The Fate & We Are The Ocean Cancelled
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CAMDEN ROCKS ANNOUNCE THE CRIBS TO HEADLINE. THE FESTIVAL IS SET TO RETURN FOR THE 5th YEAR ON JUNE 4th 2016
It’s been dead forever. But just different aspects of it. If you go to a heavy metal con, festival or something, it’s not dead. But I think what this says is that the spirit of rock is dead and in essence it’s right. It’s been dead for years. But that doesn’t mean I have to be dead, you know? For some it’s easy to say, but for the rest of us rock lives
Once Kory Clarke and his band entered the stage to blast out tunes from his newest record “Payback’s A Bitch”, the crowd’s response was one of excitement with people throwing their hands in the air following Kory’s lead, dancing along and hanging onto his lips to sing along with him. During one song I even caught two guys in the audience cheering along and throwing big smiles at each other, clearly having a blast.
Kory Clarke’s “Payback’s A Bitch” overflows with creativity capturing both classy and modern sounds with songs that, on their own, will be like a good friend accompanying you in every life situation you can imagine, from sad and thoughtful to fun and rebellious, but as a whole might confuse you a bit. Although the record itself doesn’t have a specific style, it still shows variety and talent in every single song and will at least have one song (if not more) that you’ll love for sure.