Ex SKID ROW screamer Sebastian Bach is back with another album. This time he has 21 year old six stringer, Nick Sterling, with him and the drummer extraordinaire Bobby Jarzombek. I had an inner voice telling me that this may be a good album. OK! Sebastian is in a terrific form regarding his voice and his screams are all over Read the rest of this entry »
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What can I say about veteran melodic rockers HOUSE OF LORDS?! The band who released such classics back in the late 80s and early 90s like “House of Lords” or “Sahara”, fronted by the great James Christian kept on giving us very good albums the past decade. Thus album No Read the rest of this entry »
At last, the new OUTLOUD album is out. And what an album it is! When I first listened to the first single “Waiting for your Love” I knew that the guys would deliver the goods. Their first album was very nice but after a good start with killer songs like “We Run”, “Tonight”, “This Broken Heart”, it was losing in quality. Anyway it Read the rest of this entry »
Who would have thought that after more than a decade of a hard rock decadence (the ’90s), many of the melodic rock/hair metal bands would return! Most of the ’80s bands come back with style! In 2011 we have the come back album of BLACK N’ BLUE! Thanks to Frontiers Records we have BLACK N’ BLUE album No5! The original members are all here (Jaime St. James, Jeff Warner, Patrick Young and Pete Holmes) except Tommy Thayer who is touring with KISS. The album explodes with the kick ass rocker “Monkey” and the hard n’ heavy heaven “Target” which are two of the greatest songs on the album. Next comes the mid tempo “Hail Hail” with the arena chorus and we understand that the boys are back! There is also some great stuff like the fast rocker “C’mon” or the melodic “So Long” and of course the bad ass “Hell Yeah!” which I believe is one of the best songs on the CD. It’s a great come back from a band that had their last studio album in 1988! Therefore, grab a CD and let the party begin.
7,5/10 Chris Kappas
BONFIRE was always one of my favourite bands. I also strongly believe that they are underestimated as a band in the world of hard rock. Some of their albums are true gems in this music and the guys should have played in big arenas back in the 80s. The past decade they returned with a bunch of really good albums and they show Read the rest of this entry »