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EP Review: The Naked High – Tap Into The Evil

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Album Review: Andrew W.K. – You’re Not Alone

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Not Forgotten: Fuzzy Duck

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It’s another raucous offering in the form of ‘F8′, the eighth studio album from Five Finger Death Punch. Released on 28th February 2020 on new label Better Noise, this collection of tracks is one that almost never came to be; from well-publicised personal issues, member changes (in the form of new drummer Charlie Engen taking …

Ash‘s release this Friday of ‘Teenage Wildlife: 25 years of Ash’ (previewed by me here) is being celebrated by an HD video release of their classic single ‘Girl From Mars’. Surely one of the best and purest hard rock/pop singles of the nineties: Utterly ridiculously good even after 25 years. You can get the album …

Two years before the 1989 release of ‘Sonic Temple’, The Cult shocked many of their goth-tinged indie followers with the release of ‘Electric’, a hard rock-infused blast of an album that subverted many of the indie rock tropes. Introducing distorted riffs, wild guitar solos and posturing more befitting a heavy metal devil-worshiping rock band, this …

MICHAEL SCHENKER FEST have completed the recording sessions for their second studio album, Revelation, which is scheduled to be released on September 20th this year worldwide via Nuclear Blast. Today, the band release their first single, ‘Rock Steady’, as well as launching pre-orders for the new album. Watch the official video, here: https://youtu.be/oJ2sqDSpeuU “This song …

Nuclear Blast are delighted to announce the release of Black Star Riders new studio album “Another State Of Grace” on the 6thSeptember 2019. The band will support the record with a full UK and Ireland tour in October 2019 with additional dates in other territories to be announced in the near future. Listen to the …

American anthemic rock titans Shinedown are back in 2018 with their pulsating new album, Attention Attention. It’s been a hot minute since the band released new music so fans and reviewers alike are desperate to hear what the intrepid, emotionally charged rockers have to say three years after 2015’s Threat To Survival. The first track …

Proving they can fit right in with the big boys, Dorothy’s debut album provided a fresh vibe of stunningly addictive hard rock hits lead by namesake Dorothy Martin’s soulfully charming vocals. On first impressions, 28 Days In The Valley has seemingly moved the band from lively and aggressive to a country-esque bluesy record and given …

The funny thing about Andrew W.K.‘s music is that it seems to operate completely independently of your volume control. It’s loud. It’s so loud that after each song, the mind is completely eviscerated – the feeling you get when you hang your head out of the window of a speeding car. There’s no greater feeling …

“An Evening With” is becoming an ever more popular way of touring, Halestorm graced us with their “Evening with” last year, but only playing two dates across the country (Liverpool and London). This Black Stone Cherry tour is colossal in comparison. 13 dates in the UK, including two dates at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire. Not …

Considering the popularity behind both ReAniMate and ReAniMate 2.0 its made sense for Halestorm to continue the tradition and give some more classic tracks, and some new modern songs, the Halestorm twist. ReAniMate 3: The CoVeRs eP arrives January 6th next year but is available for pre-order now via iTunes and includes and instant download of ‘Still …