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by Brenda McTaggart – Columnist — The guys in RavenEye are either extra-terrestrials or they are supercharged with a nitrous injection of fuel. When they landed in Northern Ireland on the 26th of November the smoke was still smoldering from their hard working even harder rocking heels, [...]
by Anabel DFlux – Sr. Photojournalist — Athanasia is a power trio playing a highly original hybrid of Classic Arena/Black/Thrash Metal styles. Recently the band changed its name from Ascension to Athanasia and are set to release the full-length release entitled The Order of the Silver [...]
by Marija Brettle – Sr. Columnist — Since arriving in the L.A. and playing some of the hottest clubs and venues, like; The Roxy Theatre, Whisky a Go Go, The Viper Room, and The Doll Hut, Cretan’s ‘Barb Wire Dolls’ have performed on over 700 stages in 22 countries. They are one of [...]
by Anabel DFlux – Sr. Photojournalist — Senior photojournalist Anabel DFlux caught up with Edsel Dope of the incredible band DOPE, one of the most infamous acts in the genre. Edsel gave her a call from the road in Texas, as the band makes their way through their North American tour. The [...]
by Steve Patrick – Sr. Columnist — High on Fire is currently out on the road supporting Meshuggah’s North American Tour 2016. The band’s recent album Luminiferous was released in June. Hardorck Haven had the opportunity to sit down with High on Fire guitarist/vocalist Matt [...]
by Steve Patrick – Sr. Columnist — British Psychedelic Rockers Purson returned to the United States for a headlining tour less than a year after supporting Sweden’s Ghost on its massively successful Black to the Future tour. This time Purson is touring in support of its new album, [...]
by Steve Patrick – Sr. Columnist — Danish/American Metal band Volbeat unleashed their sixth record, Seal the Deal & Let’s Boogie, this year to great commercial success worldwide, including debuting at number 4 on the Billboard 200, the band’s highest ranking in the [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Sr. Columnist — Having recorded both as a solo artist and under a moniker of TACE – the international project The Andrzej Citowicz Experience – Andrzej Citowicz goes solo again. His new album In Time is going to see the light of day on September the [...]
by Steve Patrick – Sr. Columnist — Only one man carries the well-deserved moniker of the Voice of Rock and that man is the legendary Glenn Hughes. Rock fans have been exposed to Hughes’ thundering bass and limitless vocal range for decades now. Throughout those years, Hughes has [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Sr. Columnist — Reece-Percudani Group might be a newly founded group, but the names this new moniker is comprised of should ring a bell. Well, at least if you’re a Melodic Rock fan! The masterminds behind it are no one else but David Reece – who’s just [...]
by Marija Brettle – Sr. Columnist — Since exploding onto the scene in early 2013, Aussie/American rockers The Dead Daisies have taken the Rock world by storm, releasing two albums to date and touring with the biggest names in Rock including ZZ Top, Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company [...]
by Anabel DFlux – Sr. Photojournalist — Senior Photojournalist Anabel DFlux caught up with Andre of Blues Pills while the band tours in Salzburg, Rockhouse. The journalist inquired about the Lady In Gold album, Andre’s history as a drummer, his inspirations, and upcoming events! [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Sr. Columnist — Last year, the Phoenix-based band Razer released its 2nd album, surprisingly embroidered with an eponymous title. As Hardrock Haven caught up with the group’s bass player and co-producer of Razer, Chris Catero, the album sparked quite a [...]
by Alex Barbieri – Sr. Columnist — They’re a modern-day sober Sid and Nancy: Singer Scotty Anarchy (a.k.a. Scott Wawrzyniak) and wife/bassist Jeanne Sagan of Connecticut Melodic Metal band, Crossing Rubicon (CR). A molten blend of ‘80s hooks and musicianship with Modern Rock power [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Sr. Columnist — What comes around goes around, they say – as testified by the Scottish hard rock group La Paz (fronted by former Rainbow, Tank, Yngwie Malmsteen’s Rising Force etc. as well as current Michael Schenker’s Temple of Rock and Demon’s Eye [...]
by Steve Patrick – Sr. Columnist — Any drinking club that featured the likes of John Lennon, Keith Moon, Ringo Starr, Harry Nilsson, the immortal Alice Cooper is certainly worthy of tribute. Thankfully musician-turned-actor-turned-musician Johnny Depp not only agreed with this sentiment [...]
by Marija Brettle – Sr. Columnist — Lynne Jackaman of Jackaman Photo copyright John McMurtrie After her departure from the London-based rock and soul band Saint Jude, front-woman Lynne Jackaman has taken her time to craft some songs which not only highlight her soulful voice, but also [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Sr. Columnist — There are many a path to tread for a versatile musician, and it can be safely assumed Michal Pakulski’s trodden them all. Not only has the Warsaw-based guitar player earned his chops as a leader of many bands and projects – he also got to [...]
by Chris Willow – Columnist — Lords of Black vocalist Ronnie Romero finds himself fronting the incarnation of Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow. Following up Rainbow’s recent live performances Romero took time to answer a few questions about his music career from Rainbow to Lords of [...]
An Evening With Axl Rose — In the maelstrom of his recent activities, from the long awaited, historical Guns N’ Roses stadium tour to his heralded performances as touring vocalist with AC/DC, Axl Rose has maintained a deafening silence. In recent months, when even fan sightings and [...]
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