Wednesday, May 18, 2022
The Treatment

The Treatment: Just What the Dr Ordered!

British hard rockers The Treatment are about to drop their fifth full-length studio album Waiting For God on April 9th – not only is...
Snowy Whte

Snowy White Inflames with ‘Something On Me’

I have long been an admirer of the passion and innate talent of guitarist Snowy White, especially his solo work. His time in Thin...
The XCERTS

The XCERTS – So No One Told You Life Was Going To Be This...

Lockdown gave us all a new meaning to life while giving Scottish rockers The XCERTS a new meaning to well-known songs. They looked at the...

Prog rockers Frost offer a new Day And Age

Despite being only an occasional presence on the prog scene since their debut album in 2006, due to every band member being involved in...
Tygers Of Pan Tang

Tygers of Pan Tang set pulses racing on A New Heartbeat EP

Whitley Bay’s greatest export are about to unleash a new album: yes, Tygers of Pan Tang have spent lockdown(s) recruiting new members and recording...
The Bee Gees In The 60’s

The Bee Gees In The 60’s – Andrew Hughes, GrantWalters & Mark Crohan

Book review of The Bee Gees In The 60’s by Andrew Hughes, GrantWalters & Mark Crohan. The Bee Gees (Brothers Gibb) probably sang three-part harmonies...

RIVERSIDE revisit past glory on Out of Myself

This album, when originally released in 2003, and now being reissued by Inside Out, announced the arrival to the world of Polish Progmeisters Riverside,...
Matt Heafy

Ibaraki finally unleash Rashomon

One of the most anticipated metal releases is just around the corner at the time of writing this review. Trivium's Matt Heafy's black metal...
Alcatrazz

Alcatrazz are Born Innocent

Take one of the finest rock voices of all time (even if he didn’t know it until 1979), add in a couple of original...
Gentle Giant

Gentle Giant pen their new release Free Hand

For aficionados of classic 1970’s prog rock, the name Gentle Giant is revered. Emerging from Simon Dupree & the Big Sound (remember “Kites?”) they...