Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Mushroomhead explore their visual side with ‘Volume III’ DVD Review

With the departure of original vocalist Jeffrey “Nothing” Hatrix and guitarist Tommy Church, Volume III shows US alt metallers Mushroomhead can live on. Despite their...
Joe Bonamassa

Joe Bonamassa – British Blues Explosion

The swinging sixties was a train ride away and a cultural milieu too far from the Surrey Delta, an expression latterly picked up when...

Bush ‘Live from Roseland’ DVD Review

This March (4th) legendary British grunge band Bush are set to release "Live From Roseland" on DVD and Blu-Ray. 
Gwen Stefani's hubby's band Bush...
Slipknot’s Day Of The Gusano

Review: Slipknot’s Day Of The Gusano – Live In Mexico

Circus of the insane; congregation of the maggots; this could only be Slipknot. On 5th December 2015, after 16 long years since their debut...

Alter Bridge – Live at the Royal Albert Hall Featuring The Parallax Orchestra

When it comes to venues, there are few that are as impressive as the Royal Albert Hall, from the striking design both outside and...

DVD Review: Thunder – All You Can Eat

This album set is released as a full buffet for both new and existing Thunder fans. For those new to the Thunder fanset these...

Erja Lyytinen – Lockdown Live 2020

Finnish slide guitarist Erja Lyttinen’s last two albums, Stolen Hearts and Another World, have seen her stretching out beyond the blues into AOR and...

DVD Review – Devin Townsend Presents: Ziltoid Live At the Royal Albert Hall

The number of heavy metal musicians who could play the Royal Albert Hall is small. The number who could play it and have a...

B.B. KING ‘The Life Of Riley’ DVD Review

Alongside the wonderful B.B. King box-set I reviewed a bit ago, a documentary charting the remarkable life of the blues musician is being given...

Def Leppard ‘Viva! Hysteria’

Mötley Crüe has done it grandly. Shania did it alone. Elton did it with a big pair of inflatable titties. Rod Stewart did it...