CD review WIG WAM ‘Never Say Die’

Norway's flagship glam rockers Wig Wam had their first creative era from 2001-2014 before they decided to disband as a band. One of the highlights of the quartet during this time was certainly their participation in the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, where they represented their home country Norway and achieved a respectable ninth place. After... Continue Reading →

CD review WARDRUNA ‘Kvitravn’

Wardruna’s new masterpiece was announced for a release in summer 2020 and had to be postponed to January 2021. Limitations and restriction, based on the pandemic situation, forced the band to bring their new longplayer to the record stores a bit later than expected. In the meantime the new release date is announced, which will... Continue Reading →

CD review W.E.T. ‘Retransmission’

W.E.T., that's still Robert Såll (the “W” from Work of Art), Erik Mårtensson (the “E” from Eclipse), and Jeff Scott Soto (the “T” from Talisman) who teamed up with a few more musicians to work on and record the forth longplayer. 'Retransmission' is the title of the new musical treat that reaches us from the... Continue Reading →

CD review ELLEFSON ‘No Cover’

Megadeth founding member and bass-ace David Ellefson signed a deal with earMUSIC and the first delivery is available at the record stores. It’s an album with cover versions which was also done in cooperation with Combat Records. ‘No Cover’, so the title of this longplayer, builds on an 19 songs featuring tracklist with covers versions... Continue Reading →

CD review PALACE ‘Rock and Roll Radio’

If I counted correctly, 'Rock and Roll Radio' is Palace's third longplayer. It follows the 2018 release 'Binary Music' and brings for a next time some melodic rock to your private palace. Palace, that's basically Michael Palace, who started his collaboration with Frontiers Music with First Signal. This contact was the springboard for Palace to... Continue Reading →

CD review JACK SLAMER ‘Keep Your Love Loud’

Jack Slamer, that’s Cyrill Vollenweider, Hendrik Ruhwinkel, Florian Ganz, Marco Hostettler and Adrian Broeckli. These five guys from Switzerland started their journey through the landscapes of rock under the banner of Jack Slamer a few years ago and premiered in 2012. The newest product from Jack Slamer is named 'Keep Your Love Loud' and is... Continue Reading →

New music from RICKY WARWICK

Today sees Ricky Warwick release the second single from his first studio album in five years, 'When Life Was Hard And Fast' (out February 19, 2021, via Nuclear Blast). The new single is titled 'You Don't Love Me' and features a guest guitar solo from the inimitable Luke Morley of Thunder who also makes an appearance in the video. It's a direct song with a direct... Continue Reading →

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