Tag Archives: New album

Review: Blink-182 – California

Twenty-one years since the release of their debut album, ‘Cheshire Cat’, a lot has happened in the Blink-182 camp within recent years. With 2011’s Neighbourhoods showcasing a more ‘mature’ sound for the trio known for their dick jokes and music video nudity, many listeners were pretty torn on the release. The problem is, when you hit an age where you’re ...

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A Day To Remember announce new album ‘Bad Vibrations’

Floridian pop-punk / metalcore fusion icons A Day To Remember are proud to announce their upcoming album ‘Bad Vibrations’ is due for release on August 19th. This follows the track ‘Paranoia’ being premiered on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show. Check out the blistering new track below: ‘Bad Vibrations’ sees ADTR working with producers Bill Stevenson (Descendents, Black Flag) and Jason ...

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Review: Ray Wilson – Song For A Friend

Ray Wilson? Many of us know the pedigree less so the music: ‘Inside’ was a great post-grunge hit single come cool Levi’s jeans advert and ‘Congo’ a solid return to credibility for a band whose parent album Calling All Stations we never gave a fair crack of the whip. Genesis and Stiltskin are just two words among many that you’ll ...

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(hed) PE announce new album ‘Forever!’

Everyone’s favourite G-Punks (hed) PE are back with their tenth studio album ‘Forever’ – due for release on July 22nd via Pavement Entertainent. After a major success supporting Skindred on their ‘Pump Up The Volume!’ UK tour, Jahred and the boys with the much-anticipated follow-up to ‘Evolution’. (hed) PE rose to fame in the ‘nu metal’-era with their unique blend ...

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New Ray Wilson Solo Album Due

Stiltskin frontman and ex-Genesis lead singer Ray Wilson has announced the release of his fifth solo studio album Song For A Friend, dedicated to his much missed friend James Lewis who passed away in 2015.  The record will be available on June 3rd and has been described by the singer/songwriter as “a collection of musical short stories”. It will be ...

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Albany Down – New Album & UK Tour

British rock band Albany Down will be releasing their third studio album The Outer Reach on Friday 10th June 2016 through AD Recordings Ltd, and it will be available on CD, 180 gram vinyl and digitally. London-based Albany Down are a contemporary rock band with influences ranging from classic acts like Led Zeppelin and Thunder to modern bands such as The Black Keys and Clutch, the ...

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Review: The Enid – Dust

Progressive rock was ever the musical playground for both genius and lunatic, and frequently both cohabiting at the same time. The Enid have often veered towards both extremes, never succeeding in reaching its dizziest of heights but, in their most recent ventures, increasingly finding a large, receptive audience for their compositions.  With their latest album, Dust, they bring to a ...

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Review: Ben Poole – Time Has Come

‘Square-jawed but vulnerable’, implies the cover photo for Ben Poole’s new studio album Time Has Come. Well that’ll pull a much more attractive audience than the sweaty-faced, pot-bellied codgers usually trying to look cool at most blues-rock gigs. ‘Lying To Me’ is a hard chorded strut with some twinkly lead, a fat organ entering the sound warmly as it will throughout the ...

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Review: Stevie Nimmo – Sky Won’t Fall

A wave of feedback gives way to a strident mid-paced Bad Company-styled statement of intent, then, as you listen a little deeper, you’ll find there’s less machismo present in this deep, resonating voice as it proclaims a love that’s determined to be true on opening track ‘Chains Of Hope’. The steady chugging rock ’n’ blues ride of ‘Roll The Dice ...

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“Oh My God” – Love and a .38!

Los Angeles rockers Love and a .38  have released their sophomore album, Nomads. The video for the lead single, ‘Oh My God’ has been added into rotation at the Universal Citywalk Jumbotron, alongside artists such as Imagine Dragons, Paramore, and Pentatonix. “For an up and coming band like us it’s really a thrill to be able to see ourselves side by ...

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