Review DEAD CITY RUINS ‘Shockwave’

Not only because of AC/DC Australia is known for its vibrant rock and metal scene. One of the bands from Down Under are Dead City Ruins, who set a first exclamation mark with 'Midnight Killer' in 2012. Ten years later, the five Australians delight the rock community with their fourth longplayer 'Shockwave' and once again... Continue Reading →

URIAH HEEP and the 50 Years Anniversary tour

Rock and metal veteran Uriah Heep will embark on a tour through Europe during the months of September to December. It will be the 50 years anniversary tour of the legendary band and what header could fit better than “From Lockdown to Rockdown”. Here are the dates for Germany, Luxemburg and Switzerland: Fri 9th Sept                        ... Continue Reading →

Review A-Z ‘A-Z’

Often it is singer and guitarist who come together to create music. In the event of A-Z, however, the story has a different beginning. A-Z is the brainchild of drum legend Mark Zonder, known from bands like Warlord and Fates Warning. At the beginning of 2020 Zonder had the idea to create a band that... Continue Reading →

Review WALTER TROUT ‘Ride’

Almost exactly two years ago Walter Trout released 'Ordinary Madness' which showed again why the singer and guitarist belongs to the giants of blues. The exceptional musician from New Jersey started with Canned Heat before he made his solo debut in 1994 with 'Tellin' Stories'. Since then, Trout has become an essential part of the... Continue Reading →

Review RESTLESS SPIRITS ‘Second to None’

Restless Spirits is a project driven by Tony Hernando of Lords Of Black. In collaboration with Frontiers Music, the guitarist has expressed his preference for melodic rock on a sound carrier. After the mother ship is more in the metallic realms on the way, Hernando focuses with Restless Spirits on catchy songs that can be... Continue Reading →

Review SUNSTORM ‘Brothers in Arms’

Ronnie Romero is certainly one of the busiest singers these days. He was a part of the recent Michael Schenker Group album, released a solo record and not to forget Lords Of Black, the band that was both a start and a springboard for Romero. In addition to all these commitments and obligations Romero has... Continue Reading →

Review BORIS ‘Heavy Rocks (2022)’

Boris started in 1992 in Tokyo Japan as a quartet and continued as a trio after Nagata left the outfit in 1996. Named after the Melvins song ‘Boris, the band started a wild journey through the spheres of heavy metal. If you are looking for bands that doesn’t fit any predictable standardized boxes, Boris should... Continue Reading →

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