William The Conqueror’s new album Bleeding on the Soundtrack is southern rock at its finest. This is the band’s second album and it doesn’t disappoint.
Devildriver have revealed their version of Copperhead Road with a little help from Brock Lindow of 36 Crazyfists! The track is taken from their forthcoming country-gone-metal album Outlaws Til The End: Vol 1 (July 6, Napalm Records). Frontman Dez Fafara says; “I have always loved this story of running moonshine and running from the cops, and having Brock on this […]
Devildriver have revealed their new single Ghost Riders In The Sky! The track is the latest to come from their forthcoming album Outlaws Til The End, their country gone metal record! The track also features guest appearances from Lamb Of God‘s Randy Blythe and John Carter Cash and Ana Cristina Cash! Check out Ghost Riders In The Sky below; [YouTube v=hlDPWmwO7SU] Photo […]
Devildriver have solidified themselves in the Metal scene and known for their live shows (even more so for the magnitude of their famous circle pits). Over the week, their Facebook page has been a puzzle in which they have released 1/9 squares of artwork that ultimately unravelled the news of Outlaws ‘Til The End covers […]
Myles Kennedy brings his signature vocals to the front with a stripped back, Country vibe debut solo album. Title track Year Of The Tiger kicks things off with an oriental feel. The haunting vocals throughout The Great Beyond build an intense song that is echoed through the record. Devil On The Wall is an earworm […]
US southern retro rockers Blackberry Smoke are returning to the UK for a run of headline dates! They release their sixth studio album, Find A Light on April 6th and will be hitting the road here in November! “We can’t wait to get back to the UK and share our new album ‘Find A Light’ […]
AWOLNATION release their official music video for the track ‘Seven Sticks Of Dynamite’, which is taken from the band’s third studio album Here Come The Runts out 2nd February 2018 via Red Bull Records. The video directed by Riley Harper (Hollywood stunt-double for titles such as Little Miss Sunshine, Straight Outta Compton, Sons of Anarchy etc) alongside frontman Aaron Bruno. The […]
Support band and Blackberry Smoke label mates ‘Biters’ have a distinctly retro Glam/hair rock feel to them in both appearance and sound. They get a decent reception from a mixed age crowd with more appreciation coming from the older rockers and a well warmed up crowd ready for the main act. Blackberry Smoke’s tag line […]
As Ryan Hamilton & The Traitors take to the stage in the unique church by day, venue by night atmosphere, he starts off by asking the familiar-faced crowd if he can say the F-word in a church, already having a fun time with the crowd. As Ryan opens with a solo acoustic / vocals, a […]
Ryan Hamilton & The Traitors took some time out before their album launch party in London to talk with myself about the band, the album, and influences that got Ryan to where he is with the band. The Devil’s In The Detail album launch party is tonight here in London, are you excited for […]
Asking Alexandria and We Are Harlot frontman Danny Worsnop is back with his blues rock solo debut, ‘The Long Road Home’ this month. Full of raw emotions, personal tales and heartache, The Long Road Home is something you might not be expecting from Worsnop but the change in style goes deeper into the frontmans emotions and […]
Danny Worsnop is best known for his roles as frontman of Asking Alexandria and We Are Harlot. While it has been recently announced that Danny had rejoined Asking, he has also been working on a solo country project. It is well known that the genre has been an interest of Danny’s and since his relocation […]
Danny Worsnop has had a busy couple of years, leaving Asking Alexandria for We Are Harlot, leaving Asking Alexandria before seemingly rejoining the band. However that aside. Danny has announced his debut solo album! The Long Road Home (out February 17, 2017 on Earache Records) ads another string to Danny’s bow as he ventures even […]
The path towards the new Red Moon Road album, ‘Sorrows and Glories’, began with a shattered leg, a cancelled tour and a long 2000 km trip home. Luckily, the Winnipeg folk trio is known for surviving adversity, spinning stories into songs and, more often, breaking hearts with stunning musicianship.
One night in a Big Easy Restaurant somewhere in London, music was heard, music I hadn’t heard before, and it was in the background. Out popped Soundhound to scan the sound that pricked up my ears…it came back saying, The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band…. I looked into these cats and liked what I heard.