HEAVY PETTIN’ re-issues debut

Scottish Metal veterans Heavy Pettin' re-issues their debut 'Lettin Loose'. Originally unveiled in 1983 the album and features nine songs. All these Metal hymns are part of this re-release. Enriched by two bonus tracks 'Lettin Loose' reflects Metal from the earlier days, a time when Metal started to gain momentum. Release date for the re-release... Continue Reading →

CD review LAURA COX ‘Burning Bright’

(9/10) Fans of very well-done Hard Rock music shouldn't miss this album. French Laura Cox is the deliverer of an album that, just by listening to it, wouldn't me connected with France. Influenced by bands like ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynryd and AC/DC the French singer and guitarist recorded a longplayer that is a pure treat... Continue Reading →

CD review MAMMOTH MAMMOTH ‘Kreuzung’

(8/10) Mammoth Mammoth is back with a new album. 'Kreuzung' (German for 'crossroads') is the title of a record that comes with a lot of firepower. Rock music needs to be loud, rebellious and wild. Mammoth Mammoth has all of it in their Rock'n'roll DNA. As with their earlier releases the guys shine with 'Kreuzung'... Continue Reading →

CD review PHIL CAMPBELL ‘Old Lions Still Roar’

(8/10) Phil Campbell is a musician that doesn’t need any introduction. Known from his many years with legendary Motörhead, Campbell continued his career in Rock/Metal with a generation bridging project called Phil Campbell and The Bastard Sons with him and his sons following their passion for great Rock’n’roll. Another thought Campbell had in mind for... 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 AIRBOURNE ‘Boneshaker’

(8/10) Rock’n’ roll is a spirit, a feeling and nothing you plan for. It’s the liveliness that grows out of spontaneity, capturing and expressing a momentary vibe. A band that has the ability to utilize this approach in perfection is Australian Airbourne. The quartet learnt it the hard way, being on tour through Australia in... Continue Reading →

CD review GOODBYE JUNE ‘Community Inn’

(8/10) Retro-based Hard Rock gained momentum over the last years with bands like Rival Sons and The Answer being the spearhead of this movement. Newcomers Greta Van Fleet are another contributor since a number of years and here is a band from Nashville sharing the same musical passion. Goodbye June, that's a family business if... Continue Reading →

KISS plays concert for white sharks

Photo: Universal Music As an Airbnb experience event Kiss will play a show on the Indian Ocean. Airbnb says: "Welcome to “Shark Rock City,” where KISS will perform a live set off the southern coast of Australia to entice sharks, who love the low-frequency sounds of rock and roll." Things will take place on November... Continue Reading →

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