Hot off the Press

Articles by Publisher

by Mark Allen Staff Writer – Christian melodic metalcore mavericks MyChildren MyBride (MCMB) return with their third offering and while self-titled albums are often indicative of a band trying something fresh and new, what you get on this eponymous effort is meat-and-potatoes metalcore. Hey, [...]
by Marija Brettle Staff Writer – He’s well known for having a very George Lynch type style and has performing on the Lynch tribute CD, Will Play For Lynch; but these days, U.K. based guitarist, producer and guitar tutor Jay Parmar is better known and admired for pulling off some great [...]
by Erik Tweedy Staff Writer – Monsters of Rock Cruise Recap: Cinderella, Tesla, Night Ranger and UFO Headline Festival Party at Sea – February 25 – 28, 2012 The first annual Monsters of Rock cruise kicked off with a huge pre-party on land in Ft. Lauderdale Florida, February 24th with [...]
by Derric Miller Staff Writer – Great White vs. Jack Russell — A Lesson in Character Assassination from The Guys Who Wrote “The Angel Song” By now, you are most likely aware that former Great White singer Jack Russell has completed a lineup for his version of Great White and is going on [...]
by Trevor Portz Staff Writer – It would seem obvious to say that Nicke Andersson is one of the most versatile and talented musicians of the modern rock and metal world. From death metal (Entombed, Death Breath), to hard rock (the Hellacopters), to noisy punk (Supershit 666), to Detroit soul [...]
by Joe Mis Staff Writer – If you are looking for something a little bit different, the debut album from the Italian metal band Evenoire may be just the ticket. Their upcoming album entitled Vitriol blends influences of Gothic metal, symphonic metal, and folk metal into an interesting and [...]
by Ron Higgins Staff Writer – Frontiers Records is proud to announce the release of a brand new album from Sunstorm, vocal great Joe Lynn Turner’s popular AOR side project with German/American producer Dennis Ward. EMOTIONAL FIRE was released on February 28th in North America. EMOTIONAL [...]
by Sara Mccarthy Staff Writer – February 29, 2012 at Auditorium Theatre in Rochester, NY Wednesday night the Auditorium Theatre in Rochester, NY was filled to capacity with fans that grew up with Jane’s Addiction through the ‘90s. Looking forward to a night of good music and reminiscing [...]
by Deb Rao Staff Writer – Benedictum recently wrapped a very successful North American tour in support of their latest release Dominion on Frontiers Records. The San Diego based band fronted by Veronica Freeman is making a great impact on music fans from the East Coast to West Coast. [...]
by Nikiforos Skoumas Staff Writer – In the international music industry of today, releasing a standard CD is all that is expected. Single or EP releases seem a thing of the past for metal in particular, but really it has more to do with the band in question. A lesson learned through the case [...]
by Alissa Ordabai Staff Writer – Torn in two – between the past and the future, between the old formulas and an emerging new perception – is how John 5 sounds on his new album. To highlight the clash between his familiar tried-and-tested electric guitar methods and the newly found [...]
by Nikiforos Skoumas Staff Writer – German heavy-melodic-metal legends Rage are back with their brand new album 21, that’s how many studio works they have put out since their formation in 1985. One has to hand it to Rage, they have been through the various twists and turns of the music [...]
by Mark Allen Staff Writer – This German band has coined a catchy tag for their style of music: ProMeRo, which stands for Progressive Metal-Rock. It’s a memorable descriptor designed to announce their presence as a hybrid band that incorporate several different genres into their sound [...]
by Nikiforos Skoumas Staff Writer – Though not quite a household name of the Greek rock/metal scene, singer George Gakis has been active since the early ‘90s serving such styles as bluesy hard rock and melodic rock. In recent years he has supported, and in many occasions has provided, a [...]
by Justin Gaines Staff Writer – Halfway to Heartache is the third full-length album from Finnish melodic rockers Human Temple. The band, which features vocalist Janne Hurme (something of a solo star in Finland) has a dynamic, polished melodic rock sound not too far removed from bands like [...]
by Mark Allen Staff Writer – Crawling Out of the Mudd: An Interview with Jimmy Allen of Against All Will Fans of that modern, post-grunge sound may instantly recognize Jimmy Allen’s name, but for the uninitiated, he is an original member of the band Puddle of Mudd, the award-winning genius [...]
by Justin Gaines Staff Writer – Heaven & Hell Records went deep into the vaults for the sixth entry in their Lost Relics reissue series. North Carolina’s Overlorde (now operating under the Overlorde SR moniker) was active from the early part of the 1980’s, releasing just one demo – [...]
by Justin Gaines Staff Writer – Hysterica, Sweden’s self-proclaimed “girls made of heavy metal,” are back with their second full-length album, titled The Art of Metal. The all-girl traditional metal band may have garnered attention by being, well, an all-girl traditional metal band, but [...]
by John Kindred Staff Writer – The Voice of Rock: 2007 Revisted Hardrock Haven interviews “The Voice of Rock” the great Glenn Hughes … Glenn Hughes credentials range from being a band member of groups such as Trapeze, Deep Purple, Hughes/Thrall, Black Sabbath, Hughes Turner [...]
by Elsie Roymans Staff Writer – February 29, 2012 at Rockhal in Luxembourg, Belguim When it comes to progressive metal bands, they don’t come much bigger than Dream Theater. The band’s 25-year career has garnered more than 10 million worldwide album sales. Tonight, they were at [...]
1 84 85 86 87 88 96