Review GEORGE LYNCH ‘Seamless’

If you didn’t live under a rock for the last decades, you know the name of George Lynch. The axe wizard from Spokane, Washington enriched the most successful Dokken longplayers with his unique guitar sound and was a strong base for Dokken’s success. Also Lynch Mob belongs to the well-sounding monikers in rock with a... 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 →

TODD LA TORRE announces a solo album

Postponed touring activities provide a lot of time for bands and musicians. Queensrÿche frontman Todd La Torre used the time to add the final touch to his new solo album named 'Rejoice in the Suffering'. "'Rejoice In The Suffering' was truly a labor of love. It's a pure metal record that certainly showcases a wide range... Continue Reading →

CD review MICHAEL SWEET ‘Ten’

(7/10) Michael Sweet is known as being the frontman of legendary Stryper, a band that got attention due to tossing bibles during live shows, being dressed in their bumblebee like yellow/black striped stage clothing. Next to the releases with Stryper Michael Sweet released solo albums too of which the newest one is entitled 'Ten'. It's,... Continue Reading →

MICHAEL SWEET (STRYPER) announced new solo album

Stryper frontman Michael Sweet announced a new album, which is scheduled for October 11th. The longplayer comes through Rat Pak Records and prominent contributors that added some riff power to 'Ten'. Tracklist: Better Part of Me (featuring Jeff Loomis of Arch Enemy)Lay It Down (featuring Marzi Montazeri) Forget, Forgive (featuring Howie Simon)Now Or Never (featuring Gus... Continue Reading →

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