UDR has set an October 21 North American release date (one day earlier internationally) for "Raise The Dead - Live From Wacken" from legendary rocker Alice Cooper.
With "Raise The Dead - Live From Wacken", the label is starting a new live series of legendary Wacken performances. When Alice learned about the purpose behind it, he was very happy to be one the first to participate and support the Wacken Foundation. More»
The October 20 release the melodic hard rock band Khaøs with among others the singer Chandler Mogel (Outloud) debut album "Risen" The new album was recorded under the direction of Rolf Munkes at his Empire Studios in Germany (Empire, Majesty, Razorback, Tony Martin) and mastered by music legend and award winner for Adele’s ‘21’ Tom Coyne at Sterling Sound in NYC.
Black and White America is the ninth studio album by Lenny Kravitz, released on August 30, 2011. It is considered Kravitz's long awaited funk studio album originally intended for release before Baptism's last minute songwriting sessions. More»
Due is the second album by hard rock band Elektradrive released in 1988 for the drachma Records.
The origins of the group are to be found in the Overdrive, Turin hard rock quartet formed in 1981 after the entrance of a keyboard (Eugenio Manassero), the band, in 1983, changed its name in Elektradrive to emphasize the inclusion of electronics into their sound . More»
Stan Bush is an American singer-songwriter and musician whose most notable work includes the songs "Dare" and "The Touch" from the soundtrack to the 1986 animated film The Transformers: The Movie, and "She's Got the Power", featured in the American voice dub of the animated series Sailor Moon. More»
Boston psychedelic band the Tangerine Zoo formed in 1967 in nearby Swansea, MA. Guitarist Robert "Benny" Benevides, bassist Tony Taveira, and drummer Donald Smith first collaborated in the Ebb Tides, which the previous year issued "My Baby's Gone" on the Arco label. More»
Garage Rock / Modern Rythm`n`Blues / Blues Rock
Possessed by the honesty and raw energy of yesteryear's rock and roll, Philly's Cold Roses "sound like they're straight out of a Texas roadhouse with their old-style country rock/blues combo" (WXPN). Their high-energy, eclectic live performances quickly led them to perform at some of their area's most premier music venues including World Cafe Live and Trocadero Theater. More»
The Nomad predecessor of the nineties was the cult thrash metal band The Bedlam. The Nomad has been playing music for years, so this set-up, but as singers, fodi living in Japan for some time, and now a new singer, known neveztetesen the Stars Születikből Marci Shepherd and bassist of the Neck Sprain, Levente Nagy started again. More»
Anthem (アンセム Ansemu?) is a Japanese heavy metal band that was formed during the early 1980s in Tokyo. They are among the handful of heavy metal bands founded in Japan during that time and are considered to be one of the most successful and influential, alongside Sex Machineguns, Loudness and Earthshaker. More»
alternative rock hard rock metal rock Manchester.
Lateral Edge is a band that first started and perfomed at the 2008 East Catholic Talent Show. The band was founded by James Kraner, Granger Marsden, Matt Thresher, Bryan Carmel, Brian Arfanis, and Joey Fowler. Everyone thought the band would dissolve after that, but it was far from over. They were billed as One Way Street. More»
Claymorean is independent epic power metal band from Lazarevac, Serbia.
The band released two albums under the name Claymore - “The First Dawn of Sorrow” (2003) and “Lament of Victory” (2013). The music of Claymorean can be described as mix of traditional European power metal with epic filmscore influences in the same vein with Manowar, Nightwish, Rhapsody of Fire, Bal-Sagoth, Dragonland and Virgin Steele, just to name a few. More»
It is officially release day for Etymology! It's available now on iTunes, as well as CD Baby and Amazon. And don't forget: bonus tracks are available for those who purchase via Burning Shed or jondurant.com.
And: a special shoutout to: Steve Bingham, Vinny Sabatino, Jose Roman Duque and Dino Drums for their wonderful contributions to this epic thrill ride! Colin and I are really appreciative! And more thanks to Alistair Peck for the great photos! More»
Gynger Lynn formed in 1989 when bassist Jim Stuppy paid a visit to Dean Pressley, the lead singer and guitarist for Chicago-based band Cheri Lane. Jim and Dean spent the entire afternoon talking about collaborating. Over the course of the same day, Jim would eventually introduce Dean to Will Hair, who in turn called drummer Frank Paul that same evening. The four musicians spent the next two weeks writing and playing in Frank’s basement. More»
Melodic Rock From Germany.Aino Laos (also known as Bar-Fly, Gudrun Laos or simply Laos) is a singer, instrumentalist, songwriter, actress, short story writer and record producer. Although she is English, she predominantly works in Neunkirchen, Germany. More»
Led Zeppelin were an English rock band formed in London in 1968. The band consisted of guitarist Jimmy Page, singer Robert Plant, bassist and keyboardist John Paul Jones, and drummer John Bonham. The group's heavy, guitar-driven sound, rooted in blues on their early albums, has drawn them recognition as one of the progenitors of heavy metal, though their unique style drew from a wide variety of influences, including folk music. More»