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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 [...]
by Steve Patrick – Sr. Columnist — Radio rock legends Whitesnake are currently in the midst of a North American greatest hits summer tour. This means spot-on live renditions of “Here I Go Again”, “Is This Love”, “Still of the Night” and many others [...]
by Alex Barbieri – Sr. Columnist — Any connoisseur of late ’80s Los Angeles “Hair Metal” (for lack of a better term) is familiar with Silent Rage, who gained some notoriety with their Gene Simmons-produced album, Don’t Touch Me There, released in 1989 on Simmons [...]
by Steve Patrick – Sr. Columnist — The legendary Megadeth recently released their return-to-form thrash-terpiece Dystopia to rave reviews. The album’s success is thanks in large part to the new blood in the band’s ranks in the form of drummer Chris Adler (Lamb of God) and [...]
by Steve Patrick – Sr. Columnist — Hardrock Haven caught up with former Flyleaf vocalist Lacey Sturm at Rock on the Range after she opened up the day of music on Saturday. The author and mother of 2 chatted with us about her recently released debut solo album Life Screams, her next [...]
by Christophe Pauly – Sr. Photojournalist — Voodoo Kills is a combination of French, Brazilian and American musicians that met in Los Angeles in September 2015. The roots of the band began in France with Paul (guitar) and Marine (vocals) who at the time were in the band Rockett Queens. [...]
by Christopher Willow – Guest Columnist — With Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow rising once again the speculation arises as to what the winds of change will bring to this new incarnation of the band. Former Blackmore’s Night bassist Bob Nouveau (aka Bob Curiano), and now a part of [...]
by Christophe Pauly – Sr. Photojournalist — Midnight Eternal is a Symphonic Metal band from New York City. Formed in 2014 by Boris Zaks, who asked Fischer, Prestup and Mike LePond of Symphony X to record a demo. The group then recruited Raine Hilai as the led vocalist. The project [...]
by Steve Patrick – Sr. Columnist — Newly-minted solo artist and former Immortal frontman Abbath recently headlined this year’s Decibel Magazine tour. Abbath was out on this tour promoting his self-titled debut solo record released earlier this year on Season of Mist. Joining [...]
by Anabel DFlux – Sr. Photojournalist — Senior photojournalist Anabel DFlux caught up with Blacklist Union singer Tony West, in his Southern California home, to talk about the new album Back to Momo. The two discussed a variety of deep topics surrounding this new release, including the [...]
by Anabel DFlux – Sr. Photojournalist — Senior Photojournalist Anabel DFlux had the opportunity to catch up with Canadian rock star Lee Aaron, about her latest album Fire and Gasoline. The two talked about the album’s formation, the most sentimental song on Fire and Gasoline, the [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Sr. Columnist — Photo taken At Mates Rehearsal in North Hollywood on 09/01/15. Resurrection Kings interview part 1 Known from playing alongside Ronnie James Dio and also, from bands like Giuffria and Budgie, Craig Goldy returns under the Resurrection Kings [...]
by Alexandra Mrozowska – Sr. Columnist — Resurrection Kings interview part 2 One of the busiest musicians and producers on Earth in one, Alessandro Del Vecchio’s had a lot to do with the recent self-titled album by the super-group Resurrection Kings. Hardrock Haven caught up with him [...]
by Steve Patrick – Sr. Columnist — Ever wonder what Jethro Tull might have sounded like if Tony Iommi had stayed in the band and if Ian Anderson was a woman? Well, you’re in luck because Blood Ceremony exists. The Canadian band may at first listen have a familiar sound, but this [...]
by Steve Patrick – Sr. Columnist — Blackened metal purveyors Skeletonwitch have recently returned to the world’s stage with a new face leading the charge. Just over a year after the band parted ways with lead singer Chance Garnette, Skeletonwitch declared that Adam Clemans [...]
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