CD review SANTA CRUZ ‘Katharsis’

(7/10) Finnish rockers Santa Cruz went through some rough months. After having released three pretty good longplayers things clashed on the 2018 US tour when the guys were on the road with Fozzy. Massive internal problems led to nearly all members stopping with Santa Cruz and it was singer Kuosmanen being the only one remaining.... Continue Reading →

CD review AIRBOURNE ‘Boneshaker’

(8/10) Rock’n’ roll is a spirit, a feeling and nothing you plan for. It’s the liveliness that grows out of spontaneity, capturing and expressing a momentary vibe. A band that has the ability to utilize this approach in perfection is Australian Airbourne. The quartet learnt it the hard way, being on tour through Australia in... Continue Reading →

CD review GOODBYE JUNE ‘Community Inn’

(8/10) Retro-based Hard Rock gained momentum over the last years with bands like Rival Sons and The Answer being the spearhead of this movement. Newcomers Greta Van Fleet are another contributor since a number of years and here is a band from Nashville sharing the same musical passion. Goodbye June, that's a family business if... Continue Reading →

KISS plays concert for white sharks

Photo: Universal Music As an Airbnb experience event Kiss will play a show on the Indian Ocean. Airbnb says: "Welcome to “Shark Rock City,” where KISS will perform a live set off the southern coast of Australia to entice sharks, who love the low-frequency sounds of rock and roll." Things will take place on November... Continue Reading →

CD review IQ ‘Resistance’

(8/10) British Prog Rock pioneers IQ are back with a new album entitled 'Resistance'. The band, formed by guitarist Mike Holmes in 1981, belongs to the icons of progressive music from the UK and numerous terrific longplayers speaks to the power of IQ's music. With 'Resistance' Holmes and bandmates add a next chapter to the... Continue Reading →

CD review WEDNESDAY 13 ‘Necrophaze’

(7/10) Right in time for the beginning of the darker seasons Wednesday 13 unveils his next longplayer. 'Necrophaze' is the bringer of a next chapter of horror and creepy stories. Two years after ‘Condolences’ found its way out of some moisty soil, twelve new songs are supposed to provide some extra goose bumps for fans... Continue Reading →

DEWOLFF announce new album

„No drum kit, no Hammond and no guitar amps”: Dutch rockers DeWolff announce their next album entitled ‚Tascam Tapes’. Release date is January 10th, 2020 and the album comes through Mascot Label Group. An interesting album trailer can be watched HERE also explaining the „No drum kit, no Hammond and no guitar amps” statement.

THE PINEAPPLE THIEF announces a live album

The Pineapple Thief announces a live album entitled 'Hold Our Fire'. Release date is November 15th this year and the album comes via KSCOPE. Here's the tracklist: Try As I MightThreatening WarUndercover Your TracksAll That You've GotFar belowNot Naming Any namesWhite MistShed a Light3000 Days

CD review BORKNAGAR ‘True North’

(8/10) ‘True North’, that’s the title of Borknagar’s next album the band add to the books. Three years after ‘Winter Thrice’ has been released it’s the new album being the second one after having inked a deal with Century Media. Borknagar, started in 1995 and are one of the many Norwegian bands hailing from Bergen... Continue Reading →

CD review CORELEONI ‘II’

(8/10) Gotthard guitarist Leo Leoni is a restless mind with Rock’n’roll being the fuel. A lot of his time and energy are channeled towards Gotthard, the main band. Next to the mothership Leoni was part of the 2018 Rock Meets Classic tour and with CoreLeoni he has a rather new and still not new outfit... Continue Reading →

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