For this edition of the Paltrocast, Darren Paltrowitz spoke with Longwave singer Steve Schiltz, Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Fantastic Negrito and Queensrÿche bassist Eddie Jackson. Points of discussion include Steve Hackett, the Clearwater Sea-Blues Festival, the Bay Area, Seattle, and Hurricane Bells.
Out March 1st via Century Media, Queensrÿche’s newest album, The Verdict, is another solid release in the band’s prodigious, decades-spanning catalogue.
Bloodstock organisers have confirmed that German rock legends The Scorpions will be the Sunday night headliner joining the previously announced Sabaton as two of the three headline acts.
Bloodstock organisers have given fans an early Halloween treat with a six band announcement including Children of Bodom and Cradle Of Filth. Get more details here.
The 9th edition of the Monsters of Rock Cruise has a whole lot in store for 2019! Setting sail from Miami, the cruise will be at sea from February 24th through March 1st, making stops at Ocho Rios, Jamaica and the Private Isle of Labadee.
After many years of hustling, 2018 is shaping up to be a banner year for Ohio-based rock artist Mick Blankenship. We spoke with the musician about his new album Crown of Apathy, free time, and working with Disturbed’s John Moyer.
Day 2 of the eighth annual Monsters of Rock Cruise brought passengers to Cococay in The Bahamas for the first of two beach party days.
Recorded at A&M Records Studio in May 1985, “Stars” was helmed by Ronnie James Dio to help raise money for famine relief in Africa.
Review and Photos by Andrew Hartl The 2016 Monsters of Rock Cruise was the fifth and largest floating…
Queensrÿche has debuted the blistering new track “Hellfire,” which comes off the group’s highly anticipated new, full-length offering, Condition Hüman.
Queensrÿche are preparing for the release of their new album Condition Hüman. The epic album opening track, “Arrow of Time,” can now be heard here!
By Mike Bax Coma Ecliptic, the seventh full length album from Raleigh, North Carolina five-piece noise-meisters Between the Buried…
With all of the drama surrounding the band’s split with Geoff Tate, I have to admit I was pretty reluctant to actually listen to this album. Generally when a band splits with their singer the end results are usually not very good. Sure, there are the occasional successes, but for every AC/DC or Van Halen who switch singers and succeed, there are countless others (Motley Crue, Iron Maiden, Judas Priest) who do not.