November 24, 2020

SODOM TO RELEASE A NEW EP THIS NOVEMBER

One of Germany’s big 4 of Thrash – Sodom, will present some new music on November 22nd. Steamhammer will release the 12" EP, entitled “Out of the Frontline Trench” in various formats. Sodom return with three new songs and two classics (one of them re-recorded and one recorded live during their recent live-endeavors). A new..

NEW STATUS QUO ALBUM OUT THIS FRIDAY. LISTEN TO SAMPLES.

British rock veterans Status Quo are releasing their 33rd studio album “Backbone” this Friday, September 6th, through earMUSIC/ EDEL. You can listen to samples of all 11 tracks included in the album via the link below. The 11-track record will be the band’s first without Rick Parfitt, who died on December 24, 2016, with all..

DAVID COVERDALE

There is surely no doubt in any rock fan’s mind – when they write the final roll call of great frontmen, that of David Coverdale will be very prominent. In this interview, first published in the final issue of Rock Society magazine, David spoke about his remarkable career journey. ‘Here’s an interview for ya!’... As..

LEPROUS RELEASE MUSIC VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE “BELOW”

Norwegian rock outfit, Leprous, have launched the first single, “Below”, off their sixth and most ambitious studio album, Pitfalls, out on October 25 worldwide via InsideOutMusic. An intense video, directed by Dariusz Szermanowicz / Grupa13 (Behemoth, Kreator, Amon Amarth) and filmed in Wroclaw, Poland, can be found below. Vocalist and keyboardist Einar Solberg checked in..

CRADLE OF FILTH – CRUELTY AND THE BEAST REISSUE COMING IN NOVEMBER; INCLUDES COVER OF IRON MAIDEN’S “HALLOWED BE THY NAME”

Originally released in May 1998, Cradle Of Filth’s heavy metal classic, Cruelty And The Beast is regarded as one of the milestones in the Gothic black metal genre. Now, 21 years later, this lustfully dark masterpiece has been wickedly remixed and remastered by Grindstone Studio’s Scott Atkins and will be reissued on November 1 through..

QUEENSRYCHE drummer Scott Rockenfield has no plans to return to the band.

In a new interview with eonmusic, Queensryche guitarist Michael Wilton has confirmed that drummer Scott Rockenfield has no plans to return to the group. Speaking during the band’s appearance at  Bloodstock Festival at Catton Hall, Derbyshire, the guitarist said that Rockenfield “isn’t touring anymore.” Wilton also spoke of the challenges of the last few years..