FRONTIERS MUSIC postpones April & May releases

Frontiers Music postpones upcoming releases for April and May. Here comes the official statement of the Frontiers Music Team: "It is with great disappointment that we have to announce some changes to our upcoming release schedule. Due to the coronavirus pandemic and the impact it has caused on multiple facets of our industry, including how... Continue Reading →

CD review ALLEN/OLZON ‘Worlds Apart’

Although the album is released as Allen/Olzon it's Swedish guitarist and producer Magnus Karlsson being a driving force behind this release. He was already deeply involved in the first three Allen/Lande albums and returns to the concept with a twist. This time it's Russell Allen and singer Anette Olzon sharing vocals on this new album.... Continue Reading →

CD review HARDLINE ‘Life Live’

This review could become a rather short one. Why? Since Frontiers Music's live releases are following a similar pattern. The label established a yearly returning festivals with bands taken from their portfolio. Many, or all, of these shows are recorded and later published as live releases. This time it's Hardline, that performed a show at... Continue Reading →

CD review BLACK SWAN ‘Shake the World’

Black Swan, that's vocalist Robin McAuley (McAuley Schenker Group), guitarist Reb Beach (Winger, Whitesnake), bassist Jeff Pilson (Foreigner, The End Machine, ex-Dokken), and drummer Matt Starr (Ace Frehley, Mr. Big). These well-known guys found together and started a colleboration under the banner of Black Swan. The fruitful work now leads to a first album of... Continue Reading →

CD review MICHAEL SWEET ‘Ten’

(7/10) Michael Sweet is known as being the frontman of legendary Stryper, a band that got attention due to tossing bibles during live shows, being dressed in their bumblebee like yellow/black striped stage clothing. Next to the releases with Stryper Michael Sweet released solo albums too of which the newest one is entitled 'Ten'. It's,... Continue Reading →

CD review ECLIPSE ‘Paradigm’

(9/10) Swedish Melodic Metal masters Eclipse reveal their new album 'Paradigm' mid October and it's a blast. Eleven excellently executed Melodic Metal anthems are a treat for everyones ears and the right soundtrack for swiping away the grayish autumn mood. As a prolongation of summer days 'Paradigm' shines bright. Erik Mårtensson, Eclipse founding member, has... Continue Reading →

CD review CRASHDÏET ‘Rust’

(8/10) Swedish hard rockers Crashdïet are a band that didn’t take the easy way. Their journey, starting in 2000, was a bumpy ride with many ups and serious downs. The first stroke of fate hit the band in 200 when frontman and founding member Dave Lepard committed suicide. After some first thoughts of stopping with... Continue Reading →

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