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by Marc C. – Columnist – With 29 years, 14 studio and three live albums, three EPs, 26 singles and 12 members past and present, Helloween once again have proven if you count them out they’ll come roaring back stronger than ever! Formed in 1984, Hamburg, Germany’s greatest [...]
by Joe Mis – Senior Columnist – Dreamworld, the debut album from quasi-supergroup Rage Of Angels is scheduled for release on 22 February 2013. While the core members of the band are relatively well known, it is the lineup of stellar vocalists that push Rage Of Angels into the heavens, [...]
by Jonna Ambur – Photojournalist – JANUARY 26, 2013, MOHEGAN SUN ARENA UNCASVILLE, CT – Massachusetts native, Aaron Lewis, returned to Mohegan Sun for the second time in 12 months and still packed the house to the very top row! Rock fans, country fans, Staind fans, Aaron Lewis [...]
by Brian Keith – Photographer – September 8, 2012, Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds, Middleburg Heights, OH. – The Rockapalooza Ohio – Back to College Jam, brought to you by Rockstar Energy drink. Rockapalooza Ohio featured headliners THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA and MACHINE GUN KELLY [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Senior Columnist – A document of disintegration of a once dazzling band, this release also shows what dissatisfaction can bring out in true artists. In 9 years time Deep Purple would resurrect with swaggering assurance, but already without David Coverdale and Glenn [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Senior Columnist – Before we have a definitive compilation of all of Jimmy Page’s interviews, this recent book by Brad Tolinski becomes our nearest substitute. Guitar World editor-in-chief Tolinski has been speaking to Page extensively over the past 20 years. In [...]
by Chris A. – Senior Photojournalist – Bruce Corbitt’s been around the block. As the singer of the Dallas/Ft Worth, Texas-based “Rigor Mortis” he’s been a integral part of the DFW thrash-metal scene pretty much since day one. Today he’s on the road with his [...]
Biography – Anabel Dflux I’m Anabel Dflux, a self-taught photographer in California. Photography is my passion, a dream I turned into a reality. In 2009 I started my own photographic service on a whim and a wish, and I now own Deliquesce-Flux Photography. I’ve been a fan of rock and [...]
by Christophe Pauly – Photojournalist – Hardrock Haven’s Christophe Pauly sat spoke with Dave Meros, Jimmy Keegan & Ted Leonard of Spock’s Beard to talk about the new album, Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep, line-up changes and more… Hardrock Haven: Thank you very [...]
by Deb Rao – Senior Columnist – Oklahoma rock band Hinder return to the rock scene with a captivating new release entitled Welcome To The Freakshow on Republic Records. This is Hinder’s fourth studio release and the band combines infectious hard rocking songs with haunting [...]
by Justin Gaines – News Editor/Senior Columnist – How’s this for a recipe for success in 1989? Take an up-and-coming European melodic rock band, match them with a producer (Tony Platt) who had previously worked with AC/DC and Foreigner, sign them to a major label (Atlantic) contract, [...]
by Deb Rao – Senior Columnist – Exclusive Pete Loran of Trixter Discusses Upcoming Vegas Shows with Sin City Sinners In this exclusive interview for Hardrock Haven, Trixter Frontman Pete Loran discusses his upcoming appearances in Las Vegas with Vegas premiere band The Sin City Sinners [...]
by Justin Gaines – News Editor/Senior Columnist – They say you should never judge a book (or in this case, album) by its cover, but man is that hard not to do when you’ve got a cover like the one adorning Iron Age, the debut full-length from Kansas City traditional metallers Vanlade. [...]
by Justin Gaines – News Editor / Senior Columnist – Originally released in 1988, Locked and Loaded was the debut album from New York hard rock/heavy metal band M-16. The band, which was active in the area’s scene for most of that decade, had a sound that recalls Dokken, Leatherwolf [...]
by Trevor Portz – Senior Columnist – As the title of the new Loyalties album alludes, perhaps the rumors of rock and roll’s demise are greatly exaggerated. Hard as it may be to believe, especially given the current state of popular music, maybe there is a little life left in rock [...]
by Justin Gaines – News Editor / Senior Columnist – Originally released in 1994, Nevertheless was the debut album from melodic rock singer/songwriter Brett Walker. For this effort, Walker, who himself was a seasoned songwriter, having penned Alias’s top 10 hit “Waiting for Love,” [...]
by Steve Patrick – Columnist – Video Interview Interview with Carla Harvey & Heidi Shepherd from Butcher Babies Carla Harvey and Heidi Shepherd, AKA the Butcher Babies, have been making quite a name for themselves with their intense performances and risqué attire. Both Harvey and [...]
by Mark Allen – Senior Columnist – Pink Cream 69 is an undisputed member of the elite class of melodic hard rock, the kind of band that rarely disappoints. Yes, some releases are better than others, but that is to be expected over the course of eleven studio albums and the fact is that [...]
by Steve Patrick & Chris A. – Columnist / Senior Photojournalist – January 23, 2013, Newport Music Hall, Columbus, Ohio – Every once and a while, a show will come along that totally restores the audience’s faith in the power of rock music. For those in attendance, The [...]
by Alissa Ordabai – Senior Columnist – Exciting news is arriving this week from Tom Keifer’s camp announcing his first ever solo tour. In this interview I talk to Cinderella’s frontman about his influences and the notion of cultural succession in rock, but also about wider subjects [...]
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