(8/10) Danish metal powerhouse Forever Still is still a rather new band in the fields of metal, although their foundation date was back in 2010. After some first EP’s the band premiered in 2016 with ‘Tied Down’. Already the debut made it clear, that these guys didn‘t came to be ‚forever still‘. Their mission is... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Navarone is a rock band that’s very well known in their home country, which is The Netherlands. The guys sell-out even the bigger venues in Holland and they now get the chance to open for Bon Jovi at the open air show in Nijmegen. Such an opportunity is a very welcome one since it... Continue Reading →
Coheed And Cambria released a new video. The clip is done for the song 'True Ugly' and fuses live impression with band members wearing various animal masks.
01.03 / Kempten / Parktheater 02.03 / Basel (CH) / Redrocks 03.03 / Köln / Helios37 04.03 / München / 8Below 05.03 / Nürtingen / JAB 06.03 / Bern (CH) / Live @ Radio Rabe 07.03 / Luzern (CH) / Bar59 08.03 / Davos Dorf (CH) / Montana Saal 09.03 / Melchsee-Frutt (CH) / Boni-Horst... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Altitudes & Attitude is a side project of no less than Megadeth bass player David Ellefson and Anthrax's four string specialist Frank Bello. The guys teamed-up with Jeff Friedl (A Perfect Circle) on drums, plus there's a bigger amount of guests, contributing to some of the songs. The two guys released a first EP... Continue Reading →
AVATAR 2019 EUROPE HEADLINE TOUR25-Jan Nantes (FR) Le Stereolux - SOLD OUT 26-Jan Bochum (DE) Matrix 27-Jan Strasbourg (FR) La Laiterie29-Jan Zurich (CH) Dynamo Saal31-Jan Vienna (AT) Szene - SOLD OUT01-Feb Zlin (CZ) Hala Euronics02-Feb Warsaw (PL) Open Stage at Stodola - SOLD OUT03-Feb Graz (AT) Explosiv04-Feb Budapest (HU) A38 - SOLD OUT05-Feb Munich (DE) Backstage Werk... Continue Reading →
(8/10) This album is a kind of jubilee for Papa Roach, being the tenth album of the successful rock engine. ‘Why Do You Trust?’ is the name of this new longplayer, featuring 12 new tracks. The album picks things up where the quartet left off with ‘Crooked Teeth’, with the only exception of becoming even... Continue Reading →