Download Festival has weighed in with another 43 new additions to the stacked bill for their 2019 rock weekender. Check out who has just been added right here!
Released via Rhino Records, the deluxe 30th anniversary edition of Skid Row’s platinum-selling self-titled 1989 debut certainly will be a must-have treasure for misfit kids from burned-out towns far and wide.
“Lives” starts off Dictator in a great way, giving you the simultaneous hookiness, heavyness and weirdness that one would hope for from a Malakian-related project.
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.
Review and All Photos by Andrew Hartl Back on board the beautiful Norwegian Pearl Ocean Liner, this time…
By Laurie Lonsdale Live Photos by Mike Bax (from Sound Academy May 2011) With Jason Bonham returning to Casino…
Sometimes a band are so much fun on the live front that, when it comes to the studio, that magic spark cannot be replicated no matter how you try. Sadly, this is the case on the new album from Aussie rockers Dead City Ruins even with the help of Whitfield Crane…
Oh look, it’s Skid Row! And guess what? The band is ready to put some rock back into your lives. Since their previous to last release, 2006’s Revolutions Per Minute, the Row opted to record a series of EPs; a steady flow of music if you will. United World Rebellion: Chapter One dropped in 2013 and was the first recording to be released in this mini series. While the third EP’s date has yet to be determined, fans can now enjoy the 7 new tracks found on “Rise Of The Damnation Army – United World Rebellion: Chapter Two.
Could party rockers Ugly Kid Joe and New Jersey scumbags Skid Row still pack a punch after all these years? Well, a sold-out crowd in Reading were left in no doubt as both bands smashed through hit-laden sets.
If there’s something that becomes completely clear after watching Sebastian Bach’s new live DVD ABachalypse Now, it’s that the singer still is as relentless and potent as he was 25 years ago. His vocal power hasn’t diminished at all and the Canadian rocker still reaches each of those glorious high-pitched notes with notable (no pun intended) easiness. Onstage he irradiates the kind a savage energy that many younger frontmen can only dream about. That very same kind of flamboyant, hyperactive and outspoken personality accompanies him everywhere, including to his PureGrainAudio interview. We talked; he revealed all juicy details about ABachalypse Now (whose special edition also contains two live CDs), information about his upcoming studio material, and of course and his opinion about an improbable Skid Row reunion.