September 24, 2020

King King – news of tour and new album

King King are pleased to announce the release of their fifth studio album Maverick on Friday 16th October 2020 via Channel 9 Music – King King's new independent label. The 10-track album, released on CD, vinyl and various bundles, is available for pre-order from www.kingking.co.uk. In support of this, details of their re-arranged tour are now available (see below). The first single I Will Not..

FROST* RELEASE FIRST VIDEO FROM OTHERS E.P.

With new EP Others just out, FROST* have released a video for the track Exhibit A, which you can view below Band leader Jem Godfrey says of the EP: 'Others is a 6 track EP containing 6 songs that were written at the time of the Falling Satellites album. Initially the idea was that Falling..

DENNIS DE YOUNG – 26 East: Volume 1 (Frontiers Music)

Is it possible to review a Dennis DeYoung album without mentioning Styx? Obviously, it is not but, unless you are a resident of Mars, then everyone knows the story of Styx and the events leading up to DeYoung’s departure in 1999 and the ensuing fall-out. So, no history lesson needed here but we must acknowledge..

Barren Womb – Lizard Lounge (Loyal Blood Records)

Barren Womb, a fearsome sonic duo from Finland and Norway, recently launched their latest onslaught of an album, Lizard Lounge, through Loyal Blood Records. The band might just be the hardest working band in the Norwegian underground, touring relentlessly, and offering a slew of releases since their formation in 2011. It's perhaps a simpler job to write..

Joe Bonamassa – second single, news of new album

Ok, the basic story is this - Joe Bonamassa has just released a second single, called When One Door Opens, it's the follow up to the recent A Conversation With Alice, and is the second song taken from his January 2020 recording sessions at Abbey Road Studios, creating a new album for release later in..

MYRATH – LIVE IN CARTHAGE (earMusic)

Desert metal. That’s the tag line often attached to these Tunisian metallers, and it’s a tricky one to visualise at first. For instance, it might well conjure up images of the kind of ‘stoner rock’ peddled by the likes of Kyuss on such albums as Blues For The Red Sun – interesting, but ultimately a..