Video Of The Week: Sumo Cyco ‘Sleep Tight’

Crazy Canadians Sumo Cyco are back with another video from their latest album ‘Opus Mar’. This time  it is for the track ‘Hold Tight’, which you can watch below: Skye and the boys take a more minimalist approach to the video by only using black, white and blue to depict a bleak Orwellian office environment. This follows their smash cover ...

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Cosmic Wool Album Debut

Oklahoma rock act Cosmic Wool will have their eponymous full length debut in stores on 15th December 15 through Nemesis/Vanity Music Group and has been described as sounding like “Soundgarden, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Prince kicking out one wild ass, baby!” Formed in late 2013 by brothers Nevada  (guitars, keyboards, backing vocals) and Rado Romo (lead vocals, bass) ...

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Ex-Misfits vocalist Michale Graves announces first UK tour in almost 20 years

Michale Graves was the lead vocalist of goth-punk legends Misfits from 1995 to 2000 and has released seven albums with them, as well as many solo albums. Now Graves is back on his first solo tour in the UK for allmosy 20 years. Check out the below trailer for more info: Michale had this to say about the tour: “A ...

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Gene Simmons presents ‘The Vault’ to the London press

Kiss co-founder and rock n’ roll hero Gene Simmons has recently been travelling around the globe to promote his book ‘On Power’ in which he teaches how to be successful in life and business, mentioning anecdotes from his own life and career. He’s also introducing his 2,000 dollars collection called ‘The Vault‘ which is comprised of 150 unedited and never ...

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Yes – Roundabout Live Across America

Following the release of Topographic Drama – Live Across America by Yes, the progressive rock band have issued ‘Roundabout’ for free listening on Soundcloud. To hear ‘Roundabout’ featuring Steve Howe (guitars), Alan White (drums), Geoff Downes (keyboards), Billy Sherwood (bass) and Jon Davison (vocals) click here. Yes will embark on 10 date 50th Anniversary UK Tour in March 2018, for ...

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Steve Hackett – Wuthering Nights Premiere

Steve Hackett’s Wuthering Nights: Live in Birmingham will receive an exclusive film screening at the Everyman Cinema in London on 15th January 2018. The evening will feature question and answer session by Hackett and keyboard player Roger King followed by a screening of the full concert in 5.1 surround sound. Tickets are priced at £17.50 each (plus booking fee) and can ...

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Video Of The Week: As Sirens Fall team up with Benji Webbe on ‘In My Mind’

You might have caught Yorkshire rockers As Sirens Fall live in the past few years – but did you know they have collaborated with Skindred front-man Benji Webbe on their new track ‘In My Mind’? Check out the video for ‘In My Mind’ below: The video depicts a bleak dystopian future where music is outlawed. Vocalist Mikey Lord had this ...

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Exclusive: Stray Train stream new album Blues From Hell!

Blues From Hell – The Legend of the Courageous Five is the new album from blues rock machine Stray Train. The Slovenian band have been grabbing our attention over the past few years at various European Festivals and just last week with the release of their debut video ‘Heading for the Sun’. Vocalist Luka Lamut tells us: “We began writing songs for ...

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Bloodstock 2018: Fozzy, Doro and more added to line-up

UK’s biggest extreme metal festival, Bloodstock, is always full of surprises. 2018 doesn’t look to be too different as another batch of great bands are added to next year’s line-up. Announced earlier today are: Symphonic death metallers Septic Flesh – playing the main stage on Saturday. Swedish death metal from Bloodbath. Lead by wrestling legend Chris Jericho – hard rockers ...

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Raven Cain – Oblivious

Raven Cain – Oblivious

America’s Raven Cain releases his new album Oblivious on 1st December featuring tracks of southern rock with flecks of blues and country added into the mix, making one almighty feel-good rock ‘n’ roll album. Cain’s life reads like a Chuck Palahniuk novel: Raised in an ultra-religious cult, with his mother, a father who was an absent musician and a stepfather ...

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