Review ROBIN McAULEY ‘Standing on the Edge’

A new album with Robin McAuley at the mic is always an interesting release, knowing the great voice of the Irish rock singer. Unforgotten is the McAuley Schenker Group album 'Prefect Timing', the frontman enriched with his vocals. In general, the collaboration with Michael Schenker is a very fruitful one, also thinking about the Michael... Continue Reading →

MYLES KENNEDY reveals a new animated video

Myles Kennedy reveals a new video. It's an animated video for the song 'Get Along', taken from the forthcoming album 'The Ides Of March' which will hit the shelves on May 14th and comes through Napalm Records. 'Get Along' can be watched HERE.

CD review SUNSTORM ‘Afterlife’

Sunstorm is more of an ongoing project than a band in a wider sense. Although having premiered in 2006 with the self-titles debut album, Sunstorm went through several line-up changes over time. After Joe Lynn Turner left Sunstorm, the last founding members disembarked and it’s new guys taking over. ‘Afterlife’ is the sixth album from... Continue Reading →

CD review ARCTIC RAIN ‘The One’

Arctic Rain is a new band that has with ‘The One’ their solo debut in the starting blocks. The band, that‘s the result of a collaboration of Pete Alpenborg and guitarist Magnus Berglund, who together with frontman Tobias Jonsson, are the core of Arctic Rain. The rhythm section, including Gert Daun and Jonas Jönsson, joined... 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 BURNING RAIN ‘Face the Music’

(9/10) If an album/band includes Doug Aldrich on guitar the result can‘t be anything else than a blistering rock record with excellent guitar play as a fundamental ingredient. Regardless if it is Aldrich’s contribution to The Dead Daisies or Revolution Saints, all good bands with great songs in their musical repertoire. Another outfit, with Aldrich... Continue Reading →

CD review TREAT ‘Tunguska’

(8/10) Swedish hardrocker Treat are a longtime player in the fields of melodic hardrock. The first and successful era ended with a split in 1993 before Treat reunited in 2006. The second era also included some good longplayer, starting with 'Coup de Grace'. I have to admit that the 1987 'Dreamhunter' album is still my... Continue Reading →

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