New TREMONTI album in September

Mark Tremonti just announced his fifth studio solo album. 'Marching in Time' is the title of this new longplayer and release date will be September 24th this year. 'Marching in Time' will come via Napalm Records and carries twelve new songs of the iconic guitarist. Curious about the track listing? here it is: A World... Continue Reading →

Review THE CEO ‘Redemption’

A CEO is defined as Chief Executive Officer and the definition is now enlarged with The CEO also being a metal band, hailing from the US. The Georgia-based powerhouse features with Vince Hornsby the bassist from Sevendust, who together with his bandmates Chase Brown, Beau Anderson and Joseph Herman stands for The CEO and band... Continue Reading →

Review INTERLOPER ‘Search Journey’

Interloper from California, that is Andrew Virrueta, Aaron Stechauner and Miles Baker. The foundation of Interloper happened in 2014 and it took a while before things became tangible. Two independently released singles have marked the start that led to a contract signing with Nuclear Blast and a first EP, that was revealed in early 2021.... Continue Reading →

Review LINDEMANN ‘Live in Moscow’

Who thought that the most creepy thing of a Lindemann concert isn't lyrics or the show. Looking at the newest release of the iconic singer, it is the big audience that came together at the beginning of the upcoming pandemic that seems so unreal these days. Lindemann, that was Till Lindemann and Peter Tägtgren until... Continue Reading →

EVANESCENCE unveil a new song

Evanescence reveal a new song called 'Better Without You', taken from the upcoming album 'The Bitter Truth'. Evanescence's new longplayer will be released on March 26th, comes via Sony Music and HERE is the link to 'Better Without You'. Photo: P.R. Brown

CD review GHØSTKID ‘GHØSTKID’

GHØSTKID is the brainchild of former Eskimo Callboy frontman Sebastian 'Sushi' Biesler and in different to his ex-bandmates, Biesler establishes with GHØSTKID a sound that's far away from soulless pop-/electrocore. GHØSTKID take the inspiration from various sources, starting with metal and metalcore to pop and nu metal. The album opens with the wild und untamned... Continue Reading →

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