https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTE8v-OCaIU&feature=youtu.be HERE is the album review...
(8/10) Love/Hate was a not unsuccessfully operating American sleaze metal band in the second half of the 80's and early 90'. 'Wasted in America', the sophomore album, was a bigger success and also the following 'Let's Rumble' faced a chart entry. Unfortunately the quartet couldn't maintain their successful career in times when grunge and alternative... Continue Reading →
After a furious first metal party yesterday, it was Swabian rising stars Traitor who kick-started a new hot RHF day. Their Swabian thrash metal blew away any tiredness and got everybody‘s metal heart to work again after a long day on Friday. The quintet is one of the recent rising stars and being the opener... Continue Reading →
(8/10) One of last decade’s shooting stars in classic rock is Graveyard. The four Swedes began in 2006 and debut with a self-titled album the same year. It was Tee Pee Records and their great sense for new bands that led to the album number one. ‘Graveyard’ was the springboard for the band signing with... Continue Reading →
The all-star hard rock and heavy metal group DevilStar, which founding producer/guitarist Paul Crook (Anthrax, Meat Loaf, Sebastian Bach) and executive producer John Madera describe as the world's first interactive band, have posted a teaser video of the group's debut single – a cover of the Judas Priest classic “Beyond The Realms Of Death.” The clip... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Female-fronted powerhouse Liv Sin, successor of Sister Sin, added a new EP to their discography. The disc is entitled ‘Inverted’ and follows the debut 'Follow Me' from 2017. Three songs found a spot on the short tracklist of this mini album. These three tunes are the first output with a contribution of the entire... Continue Reading →
Classic 80’s rock veterans Vixen will release “Live Fire” via Rat Pak Records on July 6, 2018. Mixed by Michael Wagener, “Live Fire” features 12 live tracks and was recorded at Chicago's legendary Arcada Theater during the group’s successful 2017 tour. In addition to the classic Vixen songs, the effort also includes a newly recorded... Continue Reading →
The Rock Hard Festival (RHF) in Germany belongs to one of the most established open airs. The first edition took place in 1990 in Lichtenfels, Bavaria with German Rock Hard magazine being the organizer and sponsor. In 2003 the Rock Hard Festival moved location. The Amphitheater Gelsenkirchen became the new venue, a great location that... Continue Reading →
On July 6th Metal Blade will release the 'The Doomsday Clock' 7" single on vinyl as well as digital. The b-side features another brand new track, 'Catacombs' exclusively to this 7". You can get 'The Doomsday Clock' in these formats, limitations in brackets: • Black vinyl (400) • Transparent red vinyl (200) • White vinyl... Continue Reading →
This year's edition ended two days ago and here is already the outlook for next year. The dates are set: June 7th to June 9th.
(8/10) Dizzy Reed is no less than the keyboarder of Guns’n’Roses, which he joined in 1990. He was part of the two legendary “Use Your Illusion” releases and is the meantime, next to Axel Rose himself, the most consistent member of Guns’n’Roses. Next to being part of this iconic rock band, Reed also worked with... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Subsignal allowed themselves two years of time to work on their next delivery. Work has been finished and the next longplayer is supposed to hit the shelfs end of May this year. “La Muerte” is release number five of a band that belongs to the spearhead of German progressive rock music. The band, that was... Continue Reading →
(9/10) Canadian death metallers Kataklysm finished work on their next studio album entitled ‘Meditations’. The title of this album led to a smile because the album is definitely no soundtrack for meditation. So, if you were worried about what this chosen name means for the band’s music I can comfort you – things are as... Continue Reading →