Review THE BRONX ‘Bronx VI’

The Bronx is an American punk rock band, hailing from Los Angeles, CA. The starting point of this energetic band was in 2002 and its Matt Caughthran and Joby J. Ford, being the remaining founding members. The band premiered in 2003 and the guys kept the naming procedure for their albums rather simple. They stick... Continue Reading →

BILLY IDOL returns with a new release

Rock and punk icon Billy Idol returns with a new EP called 'The Roadhouse EP'. Release date is September 17th and the release comes via Dark Horse Records. Butch Walker produced the EP and it is guitarist and co-writer Steve Stevens who is part of the game too. 'The Roadhouse EP' features four songs of... Continue Reading →

BROILERS announce a new album

In times of social distancing, German rock icons Broilers are back with a new album. 'Puro Amor' is the title of the album that speaks for itself, a record being a 46 minute musical embrace. In focus is the theme of ' love ', with all its heights and lows addressed.'Pure Amor' will be in... Continue Reading →

CD review COREY TAYLOR ‘CMFT’

Slipknot frontman, Stone Sour founding member and numerous guest appearances, that's all Corey Taylor. What's missing so far is a Corey Taylor solo album and from Friday on the gap will be closed. October 2nd is the release date of 'CMFT', Taylor's solo debut that features thirteen songs. 'Black Eyes Blue' and 'CMFT Must Be... Continue Reading →

CD review MAGGOT HEART ‘Mercy Machine’

With all the different influences Olsson succeeds in presenting a homogeneous Rock album by creating her own distinctive style. 'Mercy Machine' contains music that comes right from the heart and has a strong emotional component. You get the impression that every note on this album reflects the feeling of the very moment and that's what gives this album its dark charm and authenticity.

CD review SLIME ‘Wem gehört die Angst’

In days with a world that's thrown out of kilter, bands like Slime are like musical call for action. Although commercially more successful than in the '80s and in general more mature than in the early days, the band is still authentic, stick to their mindset and is never tired of holding up a mirror to society.

CD review PETER AND THE TEST TUBE BABIES ‘Fuctifano’

With 'Queen of Fucking Everything' the end of the album comes far too early. Fortunately there is a 'Start'-button that you can press again and I can assure you that you will use this button after running through the album for a first time. Peter And The Test Tube Babies in 2020 go strong. Peter and Del might got older but certainly not calmer. These guys still breathe the spirit of Punk Rock.

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