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by John Kindred – Publisher — Aramis Records revisits Richie Scarlet’s 2012 I Plead The Fifth by re-releasing the studio effort on vinyl. The LP has been pressed on 180g red vinyl and is a limited-edition run of 500 copies. The album contains the same track listing and is being [...]
by Christophe Pauly – Photojournalist — Oct 2, 2013 at Den Atelier, Luxembourg in Luxembourg — Baroness 2013 Tour returns to Europe, U.K. and Australia. Hardrock Haven’s Christophe Pauly caught the band live at Den Atelier in Luxembourg… check out his awesome photos of [...]
by Deb Rao – Senior Columnist — October 2, 2013 at Henderson Pavillon in Henderson, NV. — Poison front man and reality television star Bret Michaels rocked Henderson Pavilion on Oct. 2. The outdoor arena has perfect acoustics and was an awesome venue for the ‘80s star to perform [...]
by Jonna Ambur – Senior Photojournalist — SEPTEMBER 29, 2013 at TOAD’S PLACE in NEW HAVEN, CT. — California’s own DevilDriver was met by a packed club eagerly awaiting their arrival. Touring in support of their newest release Winter Kills, the band’s sixth album was released [...]
by Matt Karpe – Columnist — October 5, 2013 at Rock City, Nottingham UK — In support of their recently released third studio album Spirit, Finland’s new heroes Reckless Love hit the UK for a series of shows full of fun and high octane glam metal. Support act Laura Wilde started [...]
by Anabel Dflux – Senior Photojournalist — Anabel Dflux had a chat with Michael Valentine, bassist for hard rock band Love and Death. They talked about tours, music, and inspirations. HRH: What has been your favorite tour thus far, and why? Valentine: 5 weeks in Europe with Korn, They [...]
by Justin Gaines – Senior Columnist/News Editor — At this point we’re well into a new wave of old school heavy rock/stoner metal/doom metal/(insert your favorite term here) bands. It seems like legions of bearded heavy rockers are emerging from all corners of the globe to take up the [...]
by Craig Newman – Columnist — October 3, 2013 at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, CA The new power trio The Winery Dogs starts their first U.S. show at Southern California. The Winery Dogs are labeled as a “super group,” which is valid and could be misleading because it could be a [...]
by Craig Newman – Columnist — October 4, 2013 at the House of Blues in Los Angeles, CA Saxon formed in 1976 in Barnsley, Yorkshire named as Son of A Bitch. They changed their name to Saxon and being influential during the New Wave of British Heavy Metal they had huge success in the [...]
by Joe Mis – Senior Columnist — Rise Above This is the latest EP release from New Jersey’s New Day Dawn, and the group not only brings it with tons of Jersey sass and attitude, but a good deal of raw musical talent as well. Despite considering themselves to be “alternative rock”, [...]
by Derric Miller – Managing Editor — Hot on the heels of Teenage Casket Company’s new release, Still Standing, lead singer/guitarist Rob Wylde checked in with Hardrock Haven to talk about why they are still standing; new changes to the band; how his real life experiences [...]
by Justin Gaines – Senior Columnist/News Editor — Here’s one that slipped by us at the tail end of 2012 and deserves another look. In Death’s Shadow is the debut full-length from Melbourne-based heavy metal band Knightmare. Despite having a name that’s as overused as it is cheesy, [...]
by Mark Allen – Senior Columnist — Tigertailz is back—well, sorta; this is hardly an all-original lineup—with a brand new EP that, against all odds, isn’t a rock ‘n’ roll train wreck. In fact, prepare to be shocked by just how good this is. Any fan of big, loud, anthemic, [...]
by Anabel Dflux – Senior Photojournalist — Anabel Dflux had the opportunity to talk to Queen V- a rockin’ artist with an exceptional talent. They chatted about her Los Angeles stay, The Decade of Queen V, and her musical experiences. HRH: Hello! Thank you so much for answering my [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Senior Columnist — Zakk Wylde struck it double lucky when Ozzy hired him back in 1987. Not only was it one of the most prolific, best-paid gigs in rock, but the man whom Wylde to this day calls “Boss” was utterly unboastful, never letting himself or his musicians [...]
by Derric Miller – Managing Editor — It’s been a few years—ok almost seven—but Teenage Casket Company (TCC) is back with a new studio album called Still Standing. For their career, these musicians have found a way to meld Punk attitude with Hard Rock melodies and make a hybrid [...]
by Joe Mis – Senior Columnist — The Way I Am is the third album release from the LA-based alternative/progressive rock act Starfire. Founded and fronted by vocalist, guitarist, keyboardist and songwriter Dairenn Lombard, Starfire’s mission is to bring large-scale production and [...]
by Jenn Carbaugh – Columnist — As of late, reunions for bands have been pretty popular. This is true for different locations, including Denmark. Jackal will be re-releasing Cry of the Jackal with five bonus tracks. The band is musically walking down the same path that they did in ’80s [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Senior Columnist — Having made a name for herself and won accolades in the blues and classic rock circles, Joanne Shaw Taylor now seeks to expand her identity with a stunning third album. Part of it is growing up, part – the innate draw of any true artist toward [...]
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