CRASHDÏET – new album, new song and tour dates

Glam rockers Crashdïet announce a new album. ‘Automaton’ is scheduled for a release on April 29th, 2022 and comes through Crusader Records / Golden Robot Records. The album will feature a 12-song tracklist of which ‘Together Whatever’ has been revealed already and can be enjoyed here: https://youtu.be/Xhj1UKTji4o Tracklist: AutomatonTogether Whatever Shine OnNo Man's LandDarker MindsDead CrusadePowerline... Continue Reading →

Review L.A. GUNS ‘Checkered Past’

L.A. Guns started in the heydays of sleaze rock in the '80s and what began successfully with three well-crafted records led to line-up changes, reunions and even two versions of the band. Today, we have a look at L.A. Guns, the band of Tracii Guns, Phil Lewis and bandmates. As all the other releases these... Continue Reading →

Review WAYWARD SONS ‘Even Up the Score’

Colorful artwork comes with each of the Wayward Sons releases since the band premiered in 2017 with ‘Ghosts of Yet to Come’. These covers were not only colorful but also creepy in way. What also strings the releases together is the numbered series called ‘Dedwood Tales’  with the third episode being supposed to be delivered... 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 →

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 →

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