CD review MASSIVE WAGONS ‘House of Noise’

After having listened to the album several times I can recommend to push the door to the 'House of Noise' wide open. The organic and warm rock'n'roll spirit that welcomes you right away ist just something you shouldn't miss. And once you're in the 'House of Noise' you want to stay.

CD review THE DIRTY DENIMS ‘Ready, Steady, Go’

'Ready, Steady Go' is a tight rock'n'roll album that is a blast from start to finish. It's not that The Dirty Denims is turning the rock world upside down. It's rather the passion for a good riff and an easy groove that drives the album and makes the music a great summer soundtrack. Open a beer, lean back, press 'Start' and have a good time, life's not more complicated than that.

New album from THE WILD! in March

“In a time where our genre has never seemed more lost, we stay the course, Some of us still believe in rock and roll music and this album is for those of us that do.” Dylan Villain (v/g) states. With this statement in mind the Canadian quartet approached work for their next album 'Still Believe in Rock'n'Roll'.... Continue Reading →

GILBY CLARKE releases a new single

Guitarist Gilby Clarke, known from Guns'n'Roses and Snakepit, releases with 'Rock'n'Roll is Getting Louder' an new song. Heavily isnpired by Kiss and Ace Frehley in special, the guitarist unleashes a smoothly rocking smasher that lifts every party from good to wild and furious. Photo: Golden Robot Records

CD review MOTORJESUS ‘Live Resurrection’

Motorjesus started in 2006 and is one of the most popular representatives of Heavy Rock hailing from Germany. The guys from Mönchengladbach premiered in 2004 with 'Dirty Pounding Gasoline' and their tank didn't get empty so far. Four additional longplayers followed the debut before the time felt right for a live album. So let's start... Continue Reading →

CD review PHIL CAMPBELL ‘Old Lions Still Roar’

(8/10) Phil Campbell is a musician that doesn’t need any introduction. Known from his many years with legendary Motörhead, Campbell continued his career in Rock/Metal with a generation bridging project called Phil Campbell and The Bastard Sons with him and his sons following their passion for great Rock’n’roll. Another thought Campbell had in mind for... 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 NAVARONE ‘Salvo’

(8/10) Navarone is a rock band that’s very well known in their home country, which is The Netherlands. The guys sell-out even the bigger venues in Holland and they now get the chance to open for Bon Jovi at the open air show in Nijmegen. Such an opportunity is a very welcome one since it... Continue Reading →

CD review SKULL PIT ‘Skull Pit’

(8/10) Skull Pit is a great example of what can be achieved with a global approach. In this specific case, it's a collaboration of two musicians that identified a common passion for bands like Motörhead. The two guys we're talking about is Mem V. Stein (Exumer) and Tatsu Mikami (Church Of Misery). The two guys... Continue Reading →

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