Alithia – The Moon h...

  Alithia – The Moon has Fallen Saying that Australian band Alithia is a prog band is both an understatement and a criticism. As progressive music increasingly becomes a case of shade and light, the spoken and the screamed lyrics, it’s a criticism of a band with the depth and talent of...

HellChamber – Safe a...

  HellChamber – Safe and Manufactured You expect a lot from a rock festival, Good music, drinks and good company(and far too many hangovers), but what you do not expect is to be handed a CD of a band you have never heard of then be blown away(when you finally get around to listening to...

‘Memoirs Of An...

  When Damon Johnson and Black Star Riders announced his departure from the band on September the 17th fans were shocked and wondered if they would ever see the popular guitarist / vocalist /songwriter again. Actually add producer and co engineer to the list! Fear not, as Damon will...

Stephen Pearcy : Vie...

Stephen Pearcy : View to a thrill So the legend that is “Stephen Pearcy” returns with his 5th solo effort and this is well anticipated by the hoards of “Ratt” fans the world over. People still fail to realise the impact “Ratt” had on the world of rock n roll with 15 million albums sold to...

Dead Man’s Whiskey U...

  Dead Man’s Whiskey Under the Gun This London five piece have been setting the N W O C R scene alight for some time now with an Ep War Machine and playing on Ramblin’ Mans rising stage earlier this year, and a lot of notice from Planet Rock this album was long awaited. Nico Rodgers on...

Album Review:Red Dra...

Album Review:Red Dragon Cartel : Patina With New music being released every week its very easy to take things for granted and be somewhat spoilt for choice. But 3 or 4 times a year a release is announced that gets the excitement levels racing one such band for me is the rather splendid “Red...

Big Wolf Band A Rebe...

  Big Wolf Band A Rebel’s Story. This Birmingham band have been making a name for themselves on the blues circuit for a while now and their debut album, the first of a trilogy, shows just why, with a retro sound of the 70s and also a more modern feel to many of the songs: this...

Robert J Hunter SAY ...

Robert J Hunter SAY WHAT? Alderney blues man Robert J Hunter and his band have four albums and a few EPs to their name so you may think they’re taking a bit of risk bringing out a live album so early; especially for an independent artist, but this is exactly what they did. Recorded in one of...

RHR Mahogany Drift.

  RHR Mahogany Drift. RHR, are Troy Redfern, Jack J Hutchinson, and Mike Ross. They are being called the next supergroup, but I think personally that title is used too much. I like to think that this was just three damn fine guitarists and likeminded guys who got together and wanted to...

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