BLACK LABEL SOCIETY box set out now

Zakk Wylde and the Black Label Society released a box set today, that includes all twelve studio recordings on color vinyl. Also included is a 32 pages photo book, patch and bottle opener. all wrapped in into black on black collection box. A special treat is the 'The Songs Remain Not the Same II' that... 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 THE LIMIT ‘Caveman Logic’

The Limit is a collaboration from the veterans having a history in punk and doom. Members of The Stooges and Testors reflect the punk attitude while Bobby Liebling (Pentagram) adds the doom metal influences and with Dawnrider, also metal impacts the sound on 'Caveman Logic'. What sounds like a wild combination works out in reality... Continue Reading →

CD review LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT ‘LTE 3’

What's a real supergroup? Often, these kind of 'supergroups' should be labeled as 'bands with known musicians included'. In the case of Liquid Tension Experiment we can truly talk about a supergroup for two reasons: the stellar musical capabilities and the songs that are jaw-dropping. What the quartet delivers on the third longplayer is the... Continue Reading →

CD review THE END MACHINE ‘Phase 2’

The End Machine is one of the many projects that have been generated by Frontiers Music. The line-up of this outfit is an interesting one since it includes some well-known names in hard rock. With George Lynch and Jeff Pilson two main pillars of the successful Dokken line-up added their musical piece to The End... Continue Reading →

Hamburg’s PLATTENKISTE and the limited 3-CD set

Hamburg-based Plattenkiste found a new creative way to handle the COVID crisis in an inspiring and heavily rocking way. It's a 3-CD set that is announce and here is the official statement from the Plattenkiste-Facebook site: "Since the governmental support package doesn't provide us with anything, we have to help ourselves in another way. The... Continue Reading →

CD review FM ‘Tough It Out Live’

It was on October 2nd, 1989 when British melodic rockers FM released with ‘Tough It Out’ an album that still belongs to the highlights this genre ever brought to surface. With no less than Neil Kernon at the helm, the album is a treat for fans of melodic rock music. To celebrate the 30th anniversary... Continue Reading →

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