Review SIENA ROOT ‘Revelation’

Siena is a brown-reddish hue, a very earthy and warm color. Accordingly, it is no coincidence that the four Swedes of Siena Root have incorporated this hue into their band name, as it reflects the sound of the quartet in a very good fashion. It is this warm and organic sound that makes 'Revelation' an... Continue Reading →

Review THE POOR ‘High Price Deed’

We have known that hard rock made in Australia is a quality feature at least since AC/DC. In addition, bands like Rose Tattoo and Airbourne have delighted the world with excellent rock music. In addition, The Poor have been drawing attention to themselves since 1986 with well-made hard rock. Started as The Poor Boys, the... Continue Reading →

Review STEVE VAI ‘Vai/Gash’

Steve Vai is definitely one of the all-time greats of rock music. His collaboration with Frank Zappa, countless solo albums, his time with Whitesnake, etc. made the guitarist one of the most important representatives of his craft. These days Vai releases a new album, which is actually not that new. Vai/Gash' contains songs that were... 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 SIMON McBRIDE ‘The Fighter’

Simon McBride got quite some attention during the last weeks. It was end of March when Deep Purple guitarist Steve Morse announced a temporary hiatus from Deep Purple live shows. Morse remains a full member of the classic rock icons but will spend some time for taking care about his wife who is battling cancer.... Continue Reading →

Review CHILDREN OF THE SÜN ‘Roots’

Fans of bluesy rock music with a strong ‘70s appeal might have heard of Children Of The Sün already. The band, hailing from Sweden, has just released their second album. It was ‘Flowers’ that saw the light of day in 2019, right before the pandemic. Maybe the level of awareness would be higher if the... Continue Reading →

Review ERIC GALES ‘Crown’

Blues, funk and rock, it all comes together on 'Crown', the new album by blues guitarist Eric Gales. The 57-year-old musician began playing guitar at the age of four and since then the passion for music and guitar has not let him go. The list of releases is long. In 1991, the solo debut 'The... Continue Reading →

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