THE COLD STAR announced ‘Heavy Shoes’

The Cold Stars is a duo, hailing from Indiana, US. The guys announced their new album ‘Heavy Shoes’ which will be in the record stores on August 13th. The record will come via Mascot Records and features blues-laden songs like the great ‘Prosecution Blues’. The album title already indicates that ‘Heavy Shoes’ isn’t a light-hearted... Continue Reading →

MAMMOTH MAMMOTH announce a live album

After having been in a hibernation for around a year, Australian powerhouse Mammoth Mammoth return in their classic line-up. Frank ‘Bones Trobbiani, Ben ‘Cuz’ Couzens, Mikey Tucker and Pete Bell have signed a deal with Golden Robot Records, and it will be a live album that will be released later this year. Knowing about the immense live power of... Continue Reading →

Review RIAN ‘Twenty-Three’

Melodic rock and Sweden is a recipe that more than once stood for professionally made rock music with an addictive factor embedded. Rian is a band that follows the tradition and releases with 'Twenty- Three' a new album, filled with eleven tracks that are supposed to continue an undertaking that started in 2017 with the... Continue Reading →

Review HEAVY WATER ‘Red Brick City’

Like father like son. That could be the header for the debut album of Heavy Water. The band premiers on July 23rd with ‘Red Brick City and although the outfit is a rather new one, the names behind this moniker are well-known. Heavy Water is the lockdown project of Saxon’s legendary frontman Biff Byford und his... Continue Reading →

Review LEE AARON ‘Radio On!’

Lee Aaron announced a new album called ‘Radio On’ which will hit the shelves On July 23rd. The award-winning Canadian singer from Belleville, Ontario started her career when she was fifteen years old and the band, she joined was called Lee Aaron. The breakthrough album of the Canadian vocalist was the 1984 release ‘Metal Queen’,... Continue Reading →

Review HEAVEN & EARTH ‘V’

It was back in 2017 when Heaven & Earth’s latest longplayer ‘Hard to Kill’ hit the shelves. After four years, Stuart Smith and bandmates return with a new longplayer, simply entitled ‘V’. The new album also marks the return of the band to Frontiers Music who already released the debut in 2000. The fifth Heaven... Continue Reading →

Review STÖNER ‘Stoners Rule’

Right in time for the starting summer season desert rockers Stöner unleash with 'Stoners Rule' an album that fits perfect to the summerly heat. Stöner, one out of six bands that filled the Mojave desert with rock music, release a seven song album that brings some desert heat to your place. Stöner's line-up sounds like... Continue Reading →

Review HARDLINE ‘Heart, Mind and Soul’

Hardline is a band that is around since 1991 when the Gioeli brothers, Johnny and Joey, started the band. ‘Double Eclipse’ was the debut, and it was a great start. Neal Schon, Todd Jensen and Deen Castronovo completed the line-up that created with ‘Double Eclipse’ a timeless classic in the fields of melodic rock and... Continue Reading →

Review L.A. GUNS ‘Cocked & Loaded Live’

The 31st anniversary isn’t a date that you usually celebrate extensively. But in an extraordinary situation, which these days certainly reflect, things are different. In such a situation also a 31st anniversary could become something special. It was a bit more than three decades ago the L.A. Guns unleashed their seconds album ‘Cocked & Loaded’, a record... Continue Reading →

Review WILDSTREET ‘III’

Wildstreet started back in 2006 and premiered in 2009 with a self-titled full-length record. Not putting too much effort into the titles of the longplayers and keeping things easy, the band numbered their next longplayer. ‘II .. Faster ... Louder!’ had a at least a bit of an appendix to the pure numbering while their... Continue Reading →

Review VHF ‘Very High Frequency’

VHF stands for Vinciguerra, Hoekstra, Franklin, names that resonate very well when it comes to hard rock and metal. Guitar virtuoso Joel Hoekstra is known from his contribution for bands like Whitesnake, Night Ranger and the Trans Siberian Orchestra. Tony Franklin provides a rock solid groove for Kenny Wayne Shepherd and The Firm, not to... Continue Reading →

Review BUCKCHERRY ‘Hellbound’

Buckcherry started full speed into their rock’n’roll endeavor. The band is the brainchild of singer Josh Todd and Keith Nelson with both exploring a similar taste when it comes to music. That was in 1995 and it still took a while before Buckcherry, the band they started, debuted. Th self-titled first longplayer has been released... Continue Reading →

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