Vancouver’s Spell have been honing their retro metal invasion over the past seven years and two full-length albums. Their…
Bursting with rapid-fire minutiae, fueled by fascinating insights and brimming with unique conversation, Take it Off: KISS Truly Unmasked, the latest author, Greg Prato is a “must” for those of us who just can’t get enough of “The Hottest Band in the Land.”
Organisers at Bloodstock have confirmed four more acts for the 2020 weekender, including Philip H.Anselmo & The Illegals.
Released 40 years ago this week (September 17, 1979) via Columbia Records, Judas Priest’s breakthrough live album, Unleashed In The East has stood the test of time as a legit, must-have for any self-respecting metal fan. And it remains arguably THE quintessential title in the band’s impressive, multi-platinum catalog.
From Ozzy Osbourne to Pantera, Boston metallers The Offering talk us through their ten essential metal songs. Check out their choices here.
Paltrocast episode #025 sees host Darren Paltrowitz chat with professional wrestler Michael Elgin, singer Tim “Ripper” Owens, and Hinder drummer Cody Hanson.
For this edition of the Paltrocast, Darren spoke with Judas Priest frontman Rob Halford, TOTO guitarist and legendary session musician Steve Lukather, and Leah Van Dale, the Capo Cagna wine founder who you may also know as WWE superstar Carmella.
PureGrainAudio’s Darren Paltrowitz spoke with Crowbar founder Kirk Windstein about the band’s past, present and future including upcoming Canadian tour dates, and a solo record.
German stadium rock upstarts Kissin’ Dynamite were recently on tour in the UK supporting the mighty Powerwolf – we caught up with drummer and main lyricist Andi Schnitzer to chat about touring, working with Udo, and rock n’ roll heroes.
Heavy Duty: Days and Nights in Judas Priest is a decent read with a lovely overview of the early history of a legendary heavy metal band.
Riley Rowe, one half of of Pomona, California’s Kinkshamer, joins us to detail the TOP 10 kinky metal bands, with specific songs and kinks for each group.
Judas Priest and Deep Purple are two bands synonymous with the genres of hard rock and heavy metal. Seeing them perform Hamilton, ON’s FirstOntario Centre on the same concert bill like this was a real treat.
The sound of Judas Priest and Deep Purple are unmistakable. And on August 22, at Tinley Park, IL’s Hollywood Casino Ampitheatre, these two monsters of sound dominated the night and made us remember why we love classic metal.