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DOOMSDAY OUTLAW : ‘Bring It On Home’ – single from ‘Hard Times’ album out now

Doomsday Outlaw release their new single ‘Bring It On Home’ from their latest album ‘Hard Times’ which is out now. Read below to see what the guys have been up to between touring and their upcoming performance at this year’s Bloodstock festival: “We have just come off the road after …

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Pretty Boy Floyd – Public Enemies

  Pretty Boy Floyd have just released their fourth studio album Public Enemies via Frontiers Music s.r.l., their first full length studio release since 2004. Cast your mind back to the late eighties, when hair was high, and trousers were so tight that voices were even higher! Hollywood, 1987, enter Pretty Boy …

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Inglorious – Inglorious II

I’ve been biting my nails to the quick for the past couple of months, ever since Inglorious announced the May 12th release of their second album, Inglorious II, via Frontiers Music.  The debut album was released to much fanfare at the start of last year and I had the opportunity …

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Dan Reed Network – ‘Fight Another Day’

In the mid-Eighties, a band of five extremely different musicians of mixed musical and ethnic backgrounds sauntered out of the American midwest and into the international conscience.  Taking their name from the charismatic, and often enigmatic, lead singer, the Dan Reed Network engineered a combination of hard rock, funk and …

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Rick Springfield – ‘Rocket Science’

As I sat down to write this review of this, the hard-to-believe-it’s-actually-his-20th-album, from Rick Springfield, a little note popped up on my Facebook feed, pointing out that the very date on which I started typing marked the 35th anniversary of the release of his breakthrough album. ‘Working Class Dog’… For …

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Inglorious – Islington Assembly Hall, London – 21/02/16

Tucked away in the corner of stage left, guitar duo Curran sought to warm up the London crowd ahead of tonight’s headliners Inglorious, but despite the best efforts of Mark Curran, they struggle to motivate the apathetic crowd. Armed with the simplicity of acoustic guitars, they played some well written …

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Wigelius – ‘Tabula Rasa’

Let’s get this clear from the start:  I hate fucking so-called “reality” TV “music” shows.  Never watch them.  By and large, they’re ego-stroking vanity trips for equally vainglorious multi-billionaires merely seeking to embarrass weird and random selections of wannabe has-beens into making complete dicks of themselves and earning undeserved adulation …

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Primal Fear – ‘Rulebreaker’

For almost two decades now, Primal Fear have been one of the cornerstone acts of the European power/speed metal scene, standing alongside the likes of Accept and Helloween and certainly matching both of them in terms of both artistic contribution and musical pedigree. While they may not have enjoyed the …

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Lords Of Black show they’re ‘Everything You’re Not’

Lords Of Black have released a video for ‘Everything You’re Not’, the first song to be taken from their forthcoming new album, ‘II’. Lords Of Black singer Ronnie Romero will be fronting Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow on their forthcoming dates, which include a sold-out show at Birmingham’s Genting Arena on 25 …

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Resurrection Kings – ‘Resurrection Kings’

Following his nigh on disastrous live return to the UK last October, with the complete shambles that was “Giuffria” at Rockingham this past October, former Dio guitarist Craig Goldy once more re-enters the rock ‘n’ roll arena with Resurrection Kings – a project that sees him teaming up with one …

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Nordic Union – ‘Nordic Union’

Nordic Union is a project which does exactly what its name suggests, bringing together two generations of the Scandinavian melodic hard rock scene – in the form of Pretty Maids vocalist Ronnie Atkins and uber upstart workaholic Eric Mårtensson (Eclipse/W.E.T/Age Sten Nilsen’s Ammunition). It’s a pairing brought together by Frontiers …

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No Hot Ashes to issue debut album on Frontiers

Some 33 years after they first formed – and fresh from this past weekend’s Hard Rock Hell – renascent Northern Ireland melodic rockers No Hot Ashes (pictured right) are to release their debut album, via Frontiers Music, in the spring of 2016. The band traces its story back to the Belfast …

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Last In Line to bear a ‘Heavy Crown’ with debut album release

Last In Line – featuring original DIO members Vivian Campbell, Vinny Appice and Jimmy Bain, together with vocalist Andrew Freeman – are to release their debut album, ‘Heavy Crown’, via Frontiers Records on 19 February. Guitarist Campbell, who is currently touring Europe with Def Leppard, said: “When we started this …

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Lynch Mob – ‘Rebel’

There is no doubt that the past year or so has been a productive one for veteran guitarist George Lynch, with first his involvement in the KXM project (alongside Kings X’s Doug Pinnick and Korn’s Ray Luzier) and then his collaboration with Stryper frontman Michael Sweet on the imaginatively monickered …

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DiMino – ‘Old Habits Die Hard’

Frank DiMino is best known to rockers of a certain vintage as the frontman of US glamsters Angel, the band discovered by Kiss bassist Gene Simmons playing in a New York nightclub and subsequently signed to the band’s Casablanca label, for whom they recorded a series of acclaimed albums in …

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Jim Peterik & Marc Scherer – ‘Risk Everything’

For some artists, there is one seminal song that, in the eyes of many from the outside looking in, must surely seem to hang around their necks like the proverbial artistic albatross.  For Jim Peterik, founder of Survivor, it must surely be ‘Eye Of The Tiger’:  despite the passage of …

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Pat Travers Band – Live At The Iridium NY

Canadian-born musician Pat Travers is fortunate to have a long and storied career playing rock and roll. He’s got an extensive discography with The Pat Travers Band, including at least one touchstone live release. This latest live album, Live at The Iridium NY, released through Frontiers Records in 2015, adds …

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Paul Gilbert Interview for PlanetMosh, January 2015

PlanetMosh is celebrating our tenth anniversary in 2015, so to start the year off on a page of good notes, here’s the first Featured Band! And he’s a good ‘un: none other then internationally-acclaimed guitar player and instructor, Mr. Paul Gilbert. “From platinum album sales and number one chart success …

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Vega – Stereo Messiah

It was back in March of 2012 when I got to hear this band of brothers for the first time. I thought then that I was listening to something just that extra bit different and interesting! Now here we are at the back end of 2014 and bracing our self’s …

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Allen/ Lande – The Great Divide

Arguably two of the greatest singers metal has had in the last 20 years have once again come together. Russell Allen (Symphony X) and Jorn Lande (Jorn, Yngwie Malmsteen, Masterplan) have released 3 previous albums with Magnus Karlsson (Primal Fear ) taking the duties of writing, producing and playing nearly everything …

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