Review AUDREY HORNE ‘Devil’s Bell’

Bergen-based rock’n’roll outfit Audrey Horne belongs to the top of the European hard rock bands and six albums speak the clear language of rock’n’roll. High energy and an unbound passion for their music is what makes the band stand out. Four years after having unveiled their latest album to date, ‘Blackout’, the agenda of everybody... Continue Reading →

DEE SNIDER reveals ‘Stand (With Ukraine)’

Legendary heavy metal vocalist Dee Snider recently announced his steadfast support of the people of Ukraine using Twisted Sister's 'We're Not Gonna Take It' as their battle cry anthem, and within just days, became heavily involved at the forefront of World United Live. The platform operates with the goal of raising awareness that may otherwise be shielded from the... Continue Reading →

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 →

CHARLOTTE WESSELS announces ‘Tales From Six Feet Under’

Former Delain singer and songwriter CHARLOTTE WESSELS will release her first solo endeavor, Tales From Six Feet Under, on September 17, 2021 via Napalm Records. Unable to perform live due to the pandemic, Wessels spent most of last year buried in her Six Feet Under home studio, writing, performing and producing an eclectic wealth of songs. Tales From Six Feet Under offers her... Continue Reading →

Review MYLES KENNEDY ‘The Ides of March’

Myles Kennedy is a busy guy, and a successful one too. Being an important part of Alter Bridge and also enriching Slash And The Conspirators songs with his excellent voice guided the spotlights of rock to the singer from Boston, Massachusetts. In addition it has been guest appearances (Halestorm, Disturbed,...), painting the dot on the... Continue Reading →

CD review EVILE ‘Hell Unleashed’

UK thrash metal enthusiasts Evile have been away for quite a while. The latest album, 'Skull', has been unleashed in 2013 and then silence took over. Earlier this year, things changed with the release of a first single. 'Hell Unleashed' was the appetizer for a next longplayer penned by Evile. It's the grinding title track... 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 MOONSPELL ‘Hermitage’

After the first single release, which was the title track, curiosity for Moonspell's new album was aroused. But step by step. The first time I ever listened to Moonspell was when the Portuguese opened for Tiamat in 1995. Impressed by the intensity of their music, the band's sound has stuck with me to this day,... Continue Reading →

CD review NERVOSA ‘Perpetual Chaos’

We know that Brazil provides not only samba music but also excellent thrash metal, especially since Sepultura had their big breakthrough in the late 80s. Since 2010 Nervosa is also been rocking the scene and released in 2014 with 'Victim of Yourself' a remarkable debut. 2020 was a special year for the band, not only... Continue Reading →

CD review EKTOMORF ‘Reborn’

Zoltán "Zoli" Farkas certainly cannot be blamed for a lack of willpower, and Ektomorf's career was certainly not a straight highway to success. Farkas and Ektomorf were confronted with several difficulties. Due to his gypsy roots, Farkas was confronted with racism and prejudice while Ektomorf was often labeled as being a Sepultura-clone. However, all these... Continue Reading →

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