Tag Archives: hard rock

Palace of the King’s Animated Video Single

Palace Of The King have released an animated video for their new single ‘I Am The Storm’.  ‘I Am The Storm’ is the opening track and second single release from the Australian band’s new  album,  Get Right With Your Maker that is now on sale through Golden Robot Records. It is the band’s third full length album and fifth release overall, and said ...

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Rose Tattoo & Girlschool Anniversary Party 2018

High octane Aussie rockers  Rose Tattoo have this year mapped out for them with their Blood Brothers 2018 tour taking them round the world with a pit stop in the UK where they’ll be having the formidable support of Girlschool. The tour coincides with the bonus reissue edition of their Blood Brothers album on 18th May through Golden Robot Records. First released in ...

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Brian Downey To Tour UK

Following two sold out London concerts in the last half year, former Thin Lizzy drummer Brian Downey will be taking ALIVE AND DANGEROUS on shows throughout the UK later this year. Downey said, “We will be celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Live and Dangerous by performing the album in its entirety when we tour it in the UK in September and October. Thin ...

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Joe Satriani – What Happens Next

This is how it happens. You walk casually across the room, forgetting for a moment where you’ve been and what you’ve done. Then a barrage of sound hits you square in the back of the head. You turn wandering what on earth this assault on your ear drums is; looking at speakers bellowing away your memory lapse fades as you ...

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Lordi release new album ‘Sexorcism’

Eurovision song contest winners and Finnish horror rockers Lordi release their lastest album on 25th May and it’s going to be controversial. The band’s 9th studio album bears the name of Sexorcism and has been described as “An uncensored shot with a full on in-your-face attitude.” If you were in any doubt about that here’s a list of the songs ...

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Take The Pill Free… From Theia!

 Midlands-based rock band Theia have made their first album – Take The Pill – available for free download for a limited period through WDFD Records Ltd. All Theia are asking is that people to donate £1 for each download to the charity closest to the band’s hearts –  Rock Against Child Pornography and Abuse UK. While it’s not mandatory and we wish there ...

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Palace Of The King – Get Right With Your Maker

Picture some crime thriller movie where there’s a scene taking place in a strip joint. That’s how the first couple of bars of ‘I Am the Storm’ start out. After that it’s a different kettle of fish with screaming psychedelic rock with a vocalist who sounds like a tired and weary Steve Marriott fronting The Black Crowes singing over the ...

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THE DEAD DAISIES – Burn It Down

The Dead Daisies keep up their charm and momentum on Burn It Down

Thanks to a number of stellar albums and glorious live performances all over the globe, The Dead Daisies have been on an upward spiral ever since the band was conceived and there can be absolutely no doubt that these guys have worked their asses off to get where they are today. Boasting a most impressive line-up consisting of rock royalty ...

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Stryper – God Damn Evil 

Christian heavy metal band Stryper show they’re still going strong by releasing their brand album, God Damn Evil, on 20th April through the Frontiers Music s.r.l. The band’s 10th album, it follows on from 2013’s No More Hell To Pay and has been described as their “heaviest release yet!” As testament to that you can watch the video to the ...

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Bob Kulick – Skeletons In The Closet

Having spent 50 years in the music business, playing with the likes of Kiss, Meat Loaf, Lou Reed and W.A.S.P; Bob Kulick remains an in demand guitarist, and sometime producer. Little wonder then it took him until 2015 to start putting together his first solo album, Skeletons In The Closet, available through Vanity Music. Skeletons in the Closet features ten ...

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