Tag Archives: classic rock

Empyre – Relentless – Album Review

The first time I saw Empyre I must admit they did nothing for me, they didn’t click at, all but at last year’s Firestorm Festival it was like watching a different band so when their new album came up for review I was eager to have a listen. The first …

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Trucker Diablo – Tail End Of A Hurricane

Trucker Diablo

Trucker Diablo has always reminded me in the past of a British Black Stone Cherry. I thought the Northern Ireland quartet was a little one dimensional but always great live and a lot of fun. With Tail End Of A Hurricane, they show a real variety; the southern sounding rock …

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The Treatment – Waiting For Good Luck

The Treatment

I have always liked The Treatment, especially as a live act. They always come out all guns blazing and win the audience quickly. With their 5th album Waiting For Good Luck they demonstrate a real ability for writing quality, sleazy, hard rock n roll and sound as hungry as ever. …

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BlitZ – Fight To Survive

It’s not very often I use the phrase “Riff after riff after motherfu**ing riff” but this Nottingham based trio called BlitZ, formed in 2015 have easily garnered that accolade with their second studio album, the stadium rock of Fight To Survive. ‘One In A Million’ is a ballistic opener and …

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Syteria – Reflection

Yorkshire based Syteria have been making a name for themselves on the live circuit since their formation in 2015, playing a number of festivals including Call Of The Wild and Hard Rock Hell.  Their debut album Rant-O-Bot was released in 2017 and they are now set to return with their …

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The Burning – British Lion

Mr Steve Harris, bass player with Iron Maiden is a busy fella. After finishing a lengthy tour he has released an album with his side project British Lion, and booked a mini UK tour followed by loads of dates in the US. British Lion has been a project he’s been …

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Anchor Lane – Casino Album Review

Anchor Lane have been making a name for themselves as a young, upcoming New Wave of Classic Rock act over the last few years and have performed at a number of festivals including Isle of Wight, Download and Hard Rock Hell.  They have also toured with the likes of Temonti, …

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LUCIFER STAR MACHINE announce new album

LUCIFER STAR MACHINE announce new album ‘The Devil’s Breath’ out on April 3, 2020 The Sign Records will release the fourth album “The Devil’s Breath” with Lucifer Star Machine. The album will be released worldwide on 3rd April 2020 on vinyl, CD and various digital platforms. There will be a …

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