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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 …

American stoner rockers have shared the video for track Acid Communion the title track from their latest album on Ripple Music. Bone Church are also set to reissue their 2017 self-titled debut album on vinyl and CD this coming June via Ripple Music, with two additional live tracks recorded at State House in New Haven, CT. Regarding the …

Hollywood based heavy rock & roll outfit Budderside who are signed to Motörhead Music have shared their second single, ‘Pardon Me’, which features Motörhead’s Phil Campbell. The track is taken from their upcoming album Spiritual Violence due March 26. “Pardon Me” was inspired by late Motörhead vocalist Lemmy Kilmister who personally signed them to his label before his passing and previously enlisted frontman and vocalist Patrick Stone (ex-Adler’s Appetite) …

L.A. Guns release new album ‘Renegades’ on 13th November, out on Golden Robot Records and is available for pre-order now. If there was a band synonymous with the infamous Sunset Strip it is L.A. Guns. Born into a scene that will never be replicated, L.A. Guns rode alongside Motley Crue, Guns n’ Roses, Ratt, Poison, Quiet Riot and co. in …

Kulk is Thom Longdin (Guitar and Vocals) and Jade-Ashleigh Squires (Drums and Synth). Their new debut LP ‘here lies kulk’ is heavy and noise filled, due 21st August 2020 on Hot Fools Records. The album was recorded at Rum Records locally in Ipswich on half inch tape in true fuzz style with the band taking …

Black Country rockers God Damn are back following their rollocking Vultures album from last year, and no prizes for guessing they’re as noisy and pulsating as they ever were. Ghost veers between the singalong and a (very heavy) punk record, at least in attitude. It ebbs and flows, either totally deep or completely franetic, but …

It is the 70s. Weeks last three days, amplifiers are stacked, hair is long and unkempt, pants are loon and sleeves are gatefold. In the pop charts, glam-rock and hollow pop held sway, while the album charts were dominated by progressive and hard rock bands, whose live reputations were at least as important as their …