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URIAH HEEP, Outsider Album.

Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Uriah Heep all had become top bands in the early 1970s – and each was one of  the so called “Big 4” at the time. Myself as a child born of the 1960’s, I’ve had the pleasure to grow up with these groups and watch …

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Night Ranger- High Road

Reunions are a fickle beast. Sometimes they work, sometimes they are a callous attempt to make some money and sometimes they are initially a response to a rose tinted view of the past but turn out to be better than before. Europe, Journey and Accept are three names that have …

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Tesla – ‘Simplicity’


It’s an unwritten rule that reviewers are not supposed to talk personally or write in the same mien, but I am sure our dear PM readers will indulge this writer in a touch of reminisence… I remember well the first time I heard Tesla:  I was just over a hear …

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Winger – Better Days Comin’

Winger - Better Days Comin' artwork

Winger are one of the few bands from the ‘big hair’ era of the late 1980s/early 1990s to have survived not only with their reputation still intact but also their integrity in terms of their viability as a relevant and vibrant rock act in the second decade of the 21st …

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Pretty Maids – ‘Louder Than Ever’

Pretty Maids - Louder Than Ever Artwork

.@planetmosh reviews the new album from Pretty Maids, out now on @FrontiersRec Thirty years into their stop-start career, this 14th album from Pretty Maids is something of an amalgam, being as it is a combination of re-recorded tracks and four new songs. However, any suggestion that this approach is a sign that …

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L.R.S. debut album ‘Down to the Core’

@planetmosh @FrontiersRec @MikeShotton   You’ve heard of the old adage ‘Good things come in threes ‘? Well your in luck because here is just one of those moments! This ‘new collaboration’ of the melodic rock group called LRS, is made up of  three guys, Tommy La Verdi (21 Guns) vocals, guitarist Josh Ramos …

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WINGER release new single and video ‘Rat Race’

Winger - Album Artwork

WINGER have released a new single and video for ‘Rat Race’ which is taken from their forthcoming studio album ‘Better Days Comin” to be released in the UK on 21st April by Frontiers Records. The high-energy song and video alternates between black and white performance footage and colour montages of …

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Vanden Plas – Chronicles Of the Immortals – Netherworld (Path 1)

Vanden Plas

@planetmosh reviews Chronicles of the Immortals – Netherworld by Vanden Plas out on .@FrontiersRec Billed as having been written in co-operation with bestselling German fantasy author Wolfgang Hohlbein, ‘Chronicles of the Immortals – Netherworld’ sees the German Prog-metal 5 piece again chosing to go down the concept album route for …

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Fergie Frederiksen – Any Given Moment

Dennis “Fergie” Frederiksen (Toto, Frederiksen/Philips, Mecca, LeRoux) is an inspiration. His long and storied music career continues strongly, despite advancing age and failing health. Frontiers Records brings listeners his newest material, 2013’s Any Given Moment. Produced by Alessandro Del Vecchio, this record has 11 tracks of melodic, smooth rock and …

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Pat Travers Band – Can Do

Pat Travers has long been known as a guitar force to be reckoned with. With an illustrious career spanning back at least 37 years, the Canadian-born six-string slinger has more pure life experience to draw on then most. His records Heat In The Street and Makin’ Magic are considered influential …

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De La Cruz – Street Level

It may be 2013, and they may hail from the Gold Coast of Australia, but De La Cruz look and sound just like they’ve stepped out of a strip bar somewhere off LA’s Sunset Boulevard sometime back in the mid- to late-80s. ‘Street Level’ is very much from the Ratt …

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Burning Rain – Burning Rain / Pleasure to Burn / Epic Obsession

Formed by guitarist Doug Aldrich and vocalist Keith St John back in 1998, Burning Rain recorded two well-received albums – their self-titled debut and ‘Pleasure To Burn’ – before the six-string slinger left to team up (albeit briefly) with the late, great Ronnie James Dio, while the vocalist pitched his …

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W.E.T. – ‘Rise Up’

Normally, I avoid so-called “supergroups” with a wider berth than I would give to a black rat diagnosed with carrying the bubonic plaque… in my book, most of them can be described as something else beginning with ‘s’ and rhyming with ‘height’! However, a couple of years ago, the debut …

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Jeff Scott Soto – Interview

For almost 30 years, New York-born Jeff Scott Soto has been one of the most respected hard rock vocalists in the business, with a career that has included stints with Yngwie Malmsteen, Soul SirkUS, Journey, the iconic Talisman and, most recently, Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Last year, he released his fifth solo …

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Pink Cream 69 – ‘Ceremonial’

This unusually named German AOR band trace their roots back a quarter of a century, to 1987, and this is their 11th album – their first in 11 years and also their first with new drummer (formerly the band’s drum tech) Chris Schmidt, who replaced founder member Kosta Zafiriou, who …

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Crashdïet – ‘The Savage Playground’

It would be very easy to dismiss Crashdïet as yet another Swedish sleaze metal outfit, and indeed they have been very much at the forefront of the revival in that regard. However, personally, I’ve always found them to be more appealing than, certainly, the awful Reckless Love or their poppier …

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Dokken – ‘Broken Bones’

I have to admit it – I’m a child of the Eighties. I mean that in that is when I got into metal: it was the formative years of that historic decade in rock history that, as a lanky-haired rebellious private school-attending teenager that I first discovered bands such as …

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Million Dollar Reload – Empire Music Hall, Belfast, August 9 2012

It’s always great to see a local venue rammed to the rafters on a week night – and even more satisfying when it’s in support of some of the best in local talent, and not because it’s some visiting ‘big name’ band. That’s why this particular night starts off on …

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Laurie Mansworth From the band Airrace Interviewed at Hard Rock Hell (2/12/11)

This is Lee Walker from www.PlanetMosh.com conducting an interview with Laurie Mansworth from the band Airrace. LW – For those people out there who are just discovering Airrace as a result of this festival appearance how did the band come into being? Laurie – Well we started obviously a long …

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