Posts in tag

Classic rock


Classic Album: Pink Floyd – The Wall

Read More

Not Forgotten: Neil Young – Live Rust

Read More

Not Forgotten: Creedence Clearwater Revival – Willie and The Poor Boys

Read More

Today, Swedish hard rock institution The Quill reveal the new track “Keep on Moving.” The track is the first to be revealed from the band’s highly anticipated ninth album, Earthrise, set for international release on March 26th via Metalville Records. Hear The Quill‘s “Keep on Moving” in its entirety here: With a sound based on a wide range of influences, the band has released released …

Original rockers Cheap Trick have announced their new single, ‘Light Up The Fire’. The track is taken from the bands eagerly anticipated 20th studio album, ‘In Another World’, due 9th April via BMG. “This band is held together by music,” says Robin Zander. “It’s the super glue that keeps us writing and putting records out. The reason we …

AC/DC will release their seventeenth full-length album ‘Power Up’ on November 13, 2020. This marks the legendary band’s first new music since 2014. Joining the announcement the band have also shared the first single ‘Shot In The Dark’. These guys are known for sticking to a formula and when it sounds as good as it always have why change. The guitars …

Michael Schenker is currently in the final stages of recording a brand new MSG album, which is set to be released on Nuclear Blast on January 8th, 2021. The album title will be “Immortal“, a perfect statement to describe Michael Schenker’s legacy and to celebrate his 50th anniversary as a musician. “It’s going very well. We have a lot of guest musicians, who …

Black Stone Cherry are set to release their seventh studio album, ‘The Human Condition’ on 30th October via Mascot Label Group. The collection will be available in digital, deluxe CD and vinyl formats, with an array of music & merch bundle options and a UK exclusive purple vinyl. With sharing this news the band have also shared the video …

Founding member of Kiss Ace Frehley announces the release of Origins Vol. 2, his highly-anticipated second collection of eleven rock ‘n’ roll covers, due out on September 18 via eOne. Frehley has also blessed us by sharing the first single, a flawless cover of Deep Purple’s 1972 hit, “Space Truckin’” Ace offers,”‘Space Truckin’ was recorded years ago, and …

British music icons The Pretty Things have announced a screening of their new concert film ‘The Final Bow’ to take place at London’s Regent Street Cinema on Saturday 28th March as part of the Sound Screen festival.  The film screening will be followed by a rare Q&A and acoustic blues set from Phil May and Dick Taylor.  Released on Madfish …

Has there ever been another album quite as unrelentingly miserable as The Wall? It first entered my life back in 1998, when I was suffering from a bout of not inconsiderable self-doubt and struggling to connect with anything or anyone. Knowing that I was a Pink Floyd fan, my Uncle loaned me his old vinyl …

One of the things that strikes you when you look at Neil Young’s extensive discography is just how many live albums he has put out over the years. No matter how much his muse has waxed and waned over the last thirty years, Young has always remained a brilliant live performer and his live albums …

For years I unfairly dismissed Willie and the Poor Boys as one of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s weakest albums. I can’t explain why this was the case, as it came smack bang in the middle of the band’s red-hot streak through 1969 to 1971. Perhaps it was the slightly rootsier rocking which I reacted against, as if CCR decided …