The ironic thing about this recollection by author, musician, music journalist and v13.net scribe Christopher Long concerning his long…
Located in the Old Testament, Proverbs 16:27 offers a bold revelation — “Idle hands are the devil’s workshop.” And…
The full liquor bar was open, and the buffet — bountiful. Many who imbibed the vibe still reflect on…
One of the last great records of the arena rock era, Stick It to Ya, the debut album from Slaughter, was an instant smash when it was released via Chrysalis Records in January 1990. 30 years later, it still sticks it to ya!
Released 25 years ago this week (November 8, 1994), via Mercury Records, Cinderella’s fourth studio set, Still Climbing, remains an impressive piece of work. The last great arena rock effort, it’s a shining lost treasure that’s well-worth seeking.
Steel Panther has once again delivered a solid record with Heavy Metal Rules. As expected, the album is full of sexism, sarcasm, and spandex! If you are easily offended, walk away now. (You have been warned.)
Playing for a sold-out crowd at Whisky a Go-Go in West Hollywood, Steel Panther threw a full-on party to celebrate the release of their fifth album, Heavy Metal Rules, with support from L.A. rock n’ rollers California.
In a totally wild, off-the-wall interview, Satchel and Stix from Steel Panther discuss, well, a lot of things, including their new record Heavy Metal Rules in this comedic chat with Mike Bax from Heavy Montréal 2019.
God’s favorite glam gurus, Stryper, dropped their ground-breaking debut EP 35 years ago this week via Enigma Records, and it still hits like a spandex sack of concrete Bibles.
Stopping Mavricks Music Hall in Barrie on their “Sunset Strip Live!”Canadian tour, Steel Panther and openers Striker were met with 1,200 screaming fans of varying ages, dressed to the nines in their favourite glam metal garb.
35 years following its initial release (out May 10, 1984 via Atlantic), Stay Hungry remains an important record for Twisted Sister and fans alike — still packing a punch and pissing off the neighbors as much as ever.