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THE QUIREBOYS announce a new album

THE QUIREBOYS announce a new album

The Quireboys will release a new longplayer on September 8th,. It's entitled "White Trash Blues" and here comes the tracking list: Cross Eyed Cat Boom Boom I wish you would Take Out Some Insurance Going Down Help Me Shame Shame Shame Im Your Hoochie Coochie Man Leaving Trunk I'm a King Bee Walking The Dog Little Queenie
CD review MASTERPLAN "PumpKings"

CD review MASTERPLAN "PumpKings"

(6/10) From a timing point of view the release of “PumpKings” is a quite interesting one. In a time when Helloween’s close to the Pumpkins United tour, including Michael Kiske and Kai Hansen, it is former Helloween guitarist Michael Grapow who releases an album that features eleven songs from the ‘Pumpkins’. I can’t tell you if this rel
CD review THE TANGENT "The Slow Rust of Forgotten Machinery"

CD review THE TANGENT "The Slow Rust of Forgotten Machinery"

(8/10) Fans of prog rocker The Tangent had to wait for three years before they can welcome a new longplayer of their favorite band. The quintet consists of bandleader Andy Tillison and also Jonas Reingold, Luke Machin and Theo Travis are again part of the game. Next to these consistent factors there are also some news that I can report. It’s for
JAG PANZER reveals a new lyric video

JAG PANZER reveals a new lyric video

Power metal pioneers of Jag Panzer unveiled a new song. "Far Beyond All Fear" is the first song taken from the highly anticipated new album "The Deviant Chord" which will be released on September 29th, via STeamhammer/SPV. The guys are back. Taken from the new album "The Deviant Chord" - Out September 29th, 2017! Pre-order the album here: https://J
CAVALERA CONSPIRACY announces new album

CAVALERA CONSPIRACY announces new album

The Cavalera brothers announced a new CAVALERA CONSPIRACY album. The longplayer will be released on November 17 via Napalm Records. Max CAVALERA in a recent interview with Metal Wani: "The album right now is finished. It was produced by Arthur Rizk, our friend and a great producer - an upcoming, underground producer. And he did a great job. I love
CD review CHASTAIN "We Bleed Metal 17"

CD review CHASTAIN "We Bleed Metal 17"

(8/10) Re-releases is one thing, but re-issueing an album that comes with the same drums and vocals while the rest sounds entirely different is an interesting and challenging approach. Guitar wizard David T. Chastain took the challenge and recorded “We Bleed Metal 17” leading to some totally different music than what the 2015 release "We Bleed
New song from ROBIN BECK's online

New song from ROBIN BECK's online

Robin Beck is truly one of the most gifted vocalists under the broad umbrella of rock music and it was with great pleasure that Frontiers welcomed her back to the label for her new album, “Love Is Coming”! The album sees her partnering with Clif Magness (Steve Perry, Avril Lavigne, and many more) and James Christian (House of Lords), who produc
CD review ALICE COOPER "Paranormal"

CD review ALICE COOPER "Paranormal"

(9/10) Is there anybody out there that never heard of Alice Cooper? It's hard to imagine. Even though you might not be interested in rock music you at least listened to "School's Out" once. Actually it was this song that also acted as a door opener for me. As being a metal head from the 80's my entry point was, next to "School's Out", the 1986 rele
CD review REX BROWN "Smoke on This"

CD review REX BROWN "Smoke on This"

(9/10) I guess that the name Rex Brown makes you immediately think about the legendary Pantera and the mighty Down. Brown was/is bass player in these two metal outfits and in the meantime he also worked on his solo debut. Now, in case you expect a sludge masterpiece or a hard hitting thrash album, I think you need to re-calibrate your metal-system.
CD review ACCEPT "The Rise of Chaos"

CD review ACCEPT "The Rise of Chaos"

(9/10) German metal dinosaurs Accept are far away from getting rusty, with band leader Wolf Hoffmann and his fellow band colleagues actually being extremely busy over the last years. After many years of in a hiatus the band returned in 2009 with a new singer and a very welcomed new longplayer. Mark Tornillo, known from his days with legendary TT Qu