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Savage Machine Launch ‘Abandon Earth’ Vinyl Crowfunding Campaign

January 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

Important: The contents of this post are dictated by the originating site via its RSS feed. We DO NOT cut and paste. We encourage you to start your reading here: http://ift.tt/2Di0e28 Danish old school heavy metal band, Savage Machine, has launched a crowfunding campaign for a vinyl edition of their forthcoming debut album ‘Abandon Earth‘, out on CD/Digital on January 19, 2018. Savage Machine‘s critically acclaimed debut album deserves to spin on your turntable. You can pre-order it here: http://ift.tt/2B6UulC Savage Machine has to say “With the release of our new album ‘Abandon Earth‘ on January 19th, [read on]

Seething Akira Release New Video For ‘I Am The Devil’

January 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

Important: The contents of this post are dictated by the originating site via its RSS feed. We DO NOT cut and paste. We encourage you to start your reading here: http://ift.tt/2mCKUSx Seething Akira have released their new video for the single ‘I Am The Devil‘. A quote from the band: “Releasing our latest single is a huge step as it symbolizes the coming of our debut album. It’s been a long hard process to pull it together, and we’re extremely excited to finally show people what we’ve been working on. Expect a video for the single late November, and maybe one more release from the album. We’re off [read on]

The Dead Daisies Announce New Album

January 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

Important: The contents of this post are dictated by the originating site via its RSS feed. We DO NOT cut and paste. We encourage you to start your reading here: http://ift.tt/2EMTLIJ ‘Burn It Down‘ is a muscular tour-de-force, a tornado of pounding drums, pulverizing bass, screaming guitars and in-your-face raw vocals. Evoking the best of 70s Rock, with moments of Birmingham’s finest, blended with the early works of Boston’s best, ‘Burn It Down‘ will do just that: Burn down everything in it’s path until there is nothing left standing. Recorded in Nashville with Marti Frederiksen at the helm, the band [read on]

Album review: The Defects – ‘Feed The Good Dog’ (Punkerama)

January 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

The Defects – ‘Feed The Good Dog’ (Punkerama) http://ift.tt/2D7MW46 Jim Rowland believes in putting things simply – and in doing so he reckons ‘Feed The Good Dog’, the third studio album from Belfast punk legends The Defects since they reformed in 2010, is “a great album from a great band”. Click the link to find out why: from CD Reviews [read on]

Album review: Dissociates – ‘A Capital Idea’ (Safety Second Records)

January 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

Dissociates – ‘A Capital Idea’ (Safety Second Records) http://ift.tt/2Dh7Yl3 The first thing that grabbed Double D about this new album from London post-punkers Dissociates was the production and arrangements, resulting in a mighty fine polished long player that embraces great songwriting with plenty of thoughtful songs that are very well crafted indeed. You can find out what he means on the other side of this link: from CD Reviews [read on]

Album review: Greyhaven – ‘Breathe’ EP (Outsider Records)

January 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

Greyhaven – ‘Breathe’ EP (Outsider Records) http://ift.tt/2FFjBzF Post-hardcore lads Greyhaven seem to be on a roll at the moment. They’ve only been around since 2015 but they’re already on their third EP and have a small but dedicated following waiting on their every word. And if ‘Breathe’ is anything to go by, they’re going to have a very good year indeed, at least according to Tim Bolitho-Jones: from CD Reviews [read on]

PRÖWESS announces headlining tour

January 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

American rockers Pröwess are heading out on a big headlining tour, starting January 25th in Virginia. This band has been releasing some kick-ass rock, and their album ‘Headfirst‘ was one of my favourite releases last year (check out all Rock And Roll’s favourites). More details on the band and the tour: Pröwess is a modern […] Read on: [read on]

Review: Voodoo Circle – Raised On Rock

January 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

Important: The contents of this post are dictated by the originating site via its RSS feed. We DO NOT cut and paste. We encourage you to start your reading here: http://ift.tt/2DBbofi Review: Voodoo Circle – Raised On Rock AFM Records (Feb 2018) Reviewer: Dan Mann Voodoo Circle are back with a brand new album ‘Raised On Rock‘ but with one significant difference. That difference is a change in vocalist. Welcome Herbie Langhans (Avantasia) to the role. Now this has certainly caused some muttering within certain circles (dunno if they’re voodoo ones) regarding the departure of David Readman, most of those mutterings [read on]

King King Start UK Tour At Shepherd’s Bush Empire On 17 January

January 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

Important: The contents of this post are dictated by the originating site via its RSS feed. We DO NOT cut and paste. We encourage you to start your reading here: http://ift.tt/2EG1Sqv Award-winning blues rock band King King kick-off their UK tour with their biggest London concert to date at the Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Wednesday 13th January with special guests Rhino’s Revenge (feat. Rhino from Status Quo). Other dates include the Birmingham Town Hall on Thursday 18th January, the Bath Forum on Saturday 20th January (also supported by Rhino’s Revenge), the Edinburgh Queen’s Hall on Friday 26th January (supported by [read on]

Album review: Leaves’ Eyes – ‘Sign Of The Dragonhead’ (AFM Records)

January 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

Leaves’ Eyes – ‘Sign Of The Dragonhead’ (AFM Records) http://ift.tt/2B2s8sF Big Nick reckons that the epic Euro dominated genre of symphonic metal can generally be classed as marmite metal: you either love it with a passion bordering on partisan obsession or you hate it with every fibre of your being! One band who have been at the centre of driving the genre forward are Leaves’ Eyes, who have just released their first album with new vocalist Elina Siirala. Will their tales of Viking derring-do appeal to our man’s cold, black heart? There’s only one way to find out: from CD Reviews [read on]