Tag Archives: Trans Siberian Orchestra

Stone Leaders

World-renowned drummer John Macaluso has played with the likes of Yngwie Malmsteen, James LaBrie, TNT, Symphony X and Ark, Labyrinth and Mike Romeo has co-founded multi-national rock band Stone Leaders whose  self-titled debut album wi’l be released this autumn via Vanity Music Group. The band essentially came together when Macaluso was doing a drum clinic in Zagreb, Croatia and he ...

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Wicked Witch Released by 20th Century

Continuing their quest to unleash unreleased music from hard rock bands of note across the globe, 20th Century Music have released Wicked Witch‘s Wicked Witch of Boston. Wicked Witch featured members that went on to join and form bands such as Savatage, Metal Church, Trans Siberian Orchestra and Circle II Circle. The band formed when Zak Stevens and guitarist Matt Leff ...

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Review: Inglorious – Inglorious

Looking for some retro rock with a bigger bang for your buck? Then it would be safe to say Inglorious are likely to be taking up a fair percentage of any spare cash you’ve got left hanging around this New Year. Not only is their debut album coming out in February but they’ve a heavy touring schedule ahead, opening for ...

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INGLORIOUS Live Showcase at the Gibson Rooms, London

Occasionally a band comes along that will match — or even exceed — your expectations. INGLORIOUS is such a band. They have already been tipped as the “the future of British rock.” Recently, Queen’s Brian May told the band: “You guys really do look like a potent young Deep Purple but with a new slant – very Classic! The musicianship ...

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Review: Joel Hoekstra’s 13 – Dying To Live

Recent Whitesnake addition Joel Hoekstra has released an album under his new 13 side project, albeit that it was instigated prior to his joining Coverdale’s band and so presumably while he was still a guitarist in Night Ranger. A melodic hard rock album, and released on the Frontiers label, comparisons to the guitarist he replaced in the ‘Snake, Doug Aldrich, ...

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