The name represents a renowned rock brand. The logo is equally legendary. And the tunes remain timeless — in…
Deeds of Flesh are joined by a star-studded extreme metal list for ‘Nucleus’ their ninth studio album. Read our thoughts on the album here:
After dropping four poorly-received prog-driven studio slabs, the Chicago-birthed brigade, Styx, were rescued from the bottom rungs of rock’s…
British faves Travis have announced they will play their classic album The Man Who live in full for two limited runs this June & December.
With his latest solo record, Last Testament (earMUSIC), co-founding Nazareth frontman, Dan McCafferty, is making a fresh musical statement. And doggonit, it’s great to have him back!
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Toronto indie rock trio The Junction are streaming the second track from their upcoming album City Nights.
Kevin Hensley is what I would call hard rock royalty; his work with Uriah Heep and Blackfoot has left a lasting impact on the music world. On this new release, Faster, Hensley returns with his band to crank out 12 really good, hard rock tunes. True to his roots this album has a huge 70’s rock and roll vibe and includes a heavy dose of keyboards (something Hensley has been known for) as well as some terrific fret shredding.