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Want something new in music yet tried and tested? Check out the new album from these old-timers.
If old rockers never die, they don’t fade away either, even if they have been awol for a long time.
A new supergroup called Hollywood Monsters has an album out, but does it live up to the hype?
Vintage glam rockers Twisted Sister have a vintage collection of live recordings coming out next month.
In 1977, Thor released their debut album; it will shortly be re-issued.
Ricky Warwick has taken the work ethic to a new level as he releases a new double album
Belfast punk rockers The Defects have released their new album '45 Minutes' A diverse collection of tunes breaking new ground for the band
Metal, rock, punk, dubstep and dance are just some of Skindred's influences; but can they still meld them together on latest release Volume
Armored Saint's triumphant release Win Hands Down is a winner!
With the Scorpions releasing a new album, here we review the double-CD set by former Scorps guitarist Uli Jon Roth, who re-interprets the classics he helped write
"Motörhead" is the debut studio album by the British heavy metal band of the same name. It was released in 1977 on Chiswick Records and produced by Speedy Keen. The line-up for the album was Lemmy (vocals/bass), Eddie Clarke (guitar) and Phil Taylor (drums).
Emerging from Dublin some time ago Stillroom have always rocked live, but can their first full-length release match their live reputation. I certainly think so.
German power metal act Edguy prove their talent on their tenth studio album release, Space Police - Defenders of the Crown
There are few to match the guitar genius of Pat McManus, and when The Pat McManus Band played in Belfast's Voodoo with Worldsend the audience was in for a treat.
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