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16
Jun

KINGDRAGON REVEAL NEW LINEUP & VIDEO

After the amazing reviews of their debut album 'HIDE THE SUN' from the worldwide press, Greek Hard Rockers KINGDRAGON are back with a new line up, new videoclip and their 2 first confirmed tour dates for 2014/15!

"With a great pleasure we're happy to announce our new drummer George Joe Papazoglou [Saint n’ Sinners (Tribute Whitesnake band)] and our new bass player Gus Nichoritis (ex-Bound Affairs) ...!!!

We also feel proud to announce our second official Videoclip 'MAN OF YESTERDAY' which has been directed by Bob Katsionis [Progressive Vision Group (PVG)]."

https://www.youtube.com/embed/zz0-dRdYg-o

Confirmed Shows:

12th September - Eightball Club, Thessaloniki, Greece 13th September - Polinerooock Festival V, Plovdiv, Bulgaria.

 
Mon
16
Jun

ASIA - Gravitas (Review)

Asia delivers another new album in pretty quick time following their acclaimed XXX album in 2012. Gone is guitarist Steve Howe and in his place is young gun Sam Coulson.
 
Mon
16
Jun

L.R.S. - Down To The Core (Review)

This is one of the smoothest records I have heard in a long time. It's a very fine slice of mature, well-written and executed traditional AOR, featuring some of the finest people the genre has to offer. First it's a huge pleasure to hear the ear candy vocals of Tommy La Verdi back in the melodic game finally – it's been way too long for a guy with a voice born for this.

 
Mon
16
Jun

PRETTY MAIDS - Louder Than Ever (Review)

Danish melodic metallers Pretty Maids seem to be on a pretty good run in recent years. I have enjoyed their last few albums that have come via Frontiers and this is no exception. This is not a completely new album but consists of seven re-recorded classic songs from the 1995 - 2006 era plus four brand new songs specially written for this record. There are some minor tweaks to those old songs, not to mention all of them taking advantage of a better production quality and technology.

 
Mon
16
Jun

GOTTHARD - Bang! (Review)

 

Gotthard overcame the tragic death of charismatic frontman Steve Lee by taking a couple of years off and recruiting Aussie import Nic Maeder as their new singer. Nic's job was an unenvious one, but he's handled it will class and style. The band was at the top of their game when Steve died and their comeback album Firebirth carried massive expectations. It was however was pretty average to these ears and only featured a few really strong tunes. Some disagreed of course and loved the rawer, under produced style, but the overall fan reaction was tepid. The songs just weren't there.

 
Fri
13
Jun

STEVE PERRY JOINS THE EELS ON STAGE IN LOS ANGELES

    After Eels' triumphant performance at L.A.'s Orpheum Theater last night concluded with a five-song encore, including Nilsson's "Turn on Your Radio," the band was joined by Journey's legendary one-time lead vocalist Steve Perry, who has joined them on several dates of their current tour after decades of avoiding the stage.   The interesting thing about this guy is, he walked away from it all 20 years ago," observed Eels leader Mark Oliver "E" Everett, addressing the crowd from the stage, "and then in Minneapolis, he came back to sing with us. Then he walked away again, and six days later in Washington, D.C., he came back again. And then he walked away again. Ladies and gentlemen, for the first time anywhere in 12 days -- and the first time in L.A. in 20 years -- please welcome Steve Perry!"  
 
Fri
13
Jun

DAVID COVERDALE ASKS FOR PATIENCE

From whitesnake.com ~ David Coverdale 2014-05-29 

Good Morning, All...I see there's all kinds of interesting posts & some 'demands' about whom I should work with...As always, I sincerely thank you All for your generosity, but, with all due respect, I'll be making the decision who the band & I are going to work with...It's a very simple process...I guarantee it will be a very gifted guitarist who plays great & sings great, works well in a team, someone who appreciates Whitesnake music & a player whom we feel will help us take Whitesnake to the next level in as many ways as possible...without unnecessary distractions.

 
Fri
13
Jun

ADRENALIN RUSH RELEASE THEIR SELF TITLED DEBUT ON FRONTIERS IN AUGUST

SWEDEN’S HOTTEST MELODIC ROCK SENSATION

RELEASE THEIR SELF TITLED DEBUT ON FRONTIERS IN AUGUST

Frontiers Records is pleased to announce the release of the anticipated ADRENALINE RUSH self-titled debut album on August 22nd in Europe and August 26th in North America.

 

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