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 →

CD review MÄDHOUSE ‘Bad Habits’

L.A. has the Hollywood Boulevard, Vienna has the Kärtnerstrasse. L.A. brought bands like Ratt and Mötley Crüe up to the surface, Vienna has Mädhouse. What all of these bands have in common is the shared passion for sleaze rock and glam metal. That Mötley Crüe, Ratt, Skid Row and others have been in a league... Continue Reading →

L.A. GUNS announce a brand new album

'Renegades' is the tile of the next L.A. Guns album. Release date is November 13th and the album comes via Golden Robot Records. The title track 'Renegades' is already available as single and the entire 10 songs comprising tracklist looks like this: Don't Wanna KnowRenegadesWould All That You AreWitchcraftYou Can't Walk AwayLost BoysWell Oiled MachineWhy Ask... Continue Reading →

CD review MARYANN COTTON ‘Hallelujah’

The label info sheet talks about songs for convertible car cruises and they are right on the money. 'Hallelujah' is a musical accompaniment to a cabriolet ride into the Las Vegas sunset, music that doesn't leave any cliche untouched. Not more but also not less.

CD review CRASHDÏET ‘Rust’

(8/10) Swedish hard rockers Crashdïet are a band that didn’t take the easy way. Their journey, starting in 2000, was a bumpy ride with many ups and serious downs. The first stroke of fate hit the band in 200 when frontman and founding member Dave Lepard committed suicide. After some first thoughts of stopping with... Continue Reading →

CD review BLACKRAIN ‘Dying Breed’

(6/10) French rockers Blackrain surf with their new album 'Dying Breed' on the sleaze wave and they for sure manage to stay on the board. Since 2006, the guys, hailing from the French Alps, did release five albums up to date and number six is on the way. A solid ride. Blackrain's newest longplayer includes ten... Continue Reading →

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