They’re back! There aren’t many finer sights than Massive Wagons in full flow especially after the enforced lay off.
The fifth Inglorious album bucks the trend and delivers a set of songs as a tribute to various outstanding female musicians who’ve inspired the band.
I’m A Freak baby (vol 3) takes ‘A Further Journey Through The British Heavy Psych And Hard Rock Underground Scene (1968-1973)’
Edenthorn release their latest new single – The Noise In My Head is out on 18th June.
Bewitcher return with their third album, Cursed Be Thy Kingdom. It’s the band’s first release on Century Media.
We welcome Them Bloody Kids to the site as they write for our Why I Love column. Each member of the London based trio gives us their take on why they love the mighty System Of A Down.
On Track with the classic British hard rock band UFO – warts and all – all the highs and lows of their catalogue.
Laura Shenton assesses the legacy of Tommy Bolin that stretches beyond a brief stint with Deep Purple.
Pallbearer return with their fourth full length album. Forgotten Days is a sublime album that pushes the Arkansas quartet further into the stratosphere.
Adam Thistletwaite, guitarist in Massive Wagons, tells us all about his passion for the music and attitude of Hard Rock veterans, Thunder.
Massive Wagons follow up Full Nelson with House Of Noise. Another rip-snorter that redefines what we mean by British values. Out on Earache Records.
Psych-prog-alt rock outfit The Bloody Mallard, the brainchild of guitarist Tom Walding, writes for us once again. This time he takes us back into the Time Tunnel to share his experiences of one of his greatest ever live experiences.
Black Star Riders, Stone Broken and Wayward Sons in a triple bill hard rock extravaganza at Manchester Ritz. We were there!
Toby Jepson’s boys have no problems with the ‘difficult second album’ syndrome as they rock out like it’s nineteen eighty something.