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  1. martinsane


    https://www.facebook.com/HITTENOFFICIAL Didn't find a mention to this tasty hard rock/metal band from Spain. Excellent old school 80's sound and it seems they have a few releases available... Here's an older clip with a different singer, still cool, even though I dig the new stuff more so.
  2. Some of you may recall the mention of this Finnish hard rock band with its sonic Skid Row meets Slik Toxic meets Ugly Kid Joe meets White Trash sensibilities when I mentioned their debut Case Conflict a few years back... Fast forward and now the band is back with an equally impressive sophomore release entitled Black Bonus. The album just dropped late December of 2018, here is the album cover and track listing and a old video version of track 10 and track 8. Give them a long look as they are very good.
  3. Live music video of Doomshade performing a cut from their upcoming album, Ozymandias. The song is called Outlander. Former Graven Image frontman Maxx Christopher's other band. Maxx Christopher -Vocals and guitar Sean Jameson - Drums Chad Zard - Bass
  4. DO have just released their second album in May of this year. This is some very nice and heavy hard rock in the vein of Paw and the like with a gaggle of Zack Wilde squeals in the guitar bits. Good stuff! https://www.facebook.com/DoomsdayOutlaw http://www.doomsdayoutlaw.com/
  5. A definite 70s influence ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=86D93-LM6qM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7JCQRHROCk
  6. Hi guys and gals! I'd like to introduce you to a new Hard Rock band from (atm at least) hot and sunny Finland! I did 80's Rock in my former band when I started getting an idea of this band that could hopefully take my music in another direction. First I wanted to go back to the 60's and 70's, but then realized I don't want to leave all of my old influences behind and might even want to do something more modern some day. I decided then to start a new band that would try just that. I want to be able to make as much and as versatile music as I simply have a feeling for. So without me babbling on about myself any more we did something that is hopefully a small step to that direction. Here's our debut EP Follow the Light: And if you don't use Spotify, you can find us from youtube for free and without ads for now: Please tell your honest opinion to help us get better and make better music. And if you like us, spread the word! It's bloody hard to do this stuff and we sure need all the help we can get. Questions? Shoot! And if you're in Finland 12th of september, 2018 come say hi at bar Lepakkomies! Thanks a bunch for your time! Elmo - The Vying
  7. This is a new band out of my area Baltimore, Maryland. These guys blend southern rock, hard rock, and country into an rockin' outlaw style. Check out their two new singles/videos below:
  8. Been going through my fairly large folder of albums to get to. Saw this one and couldn't remember it at all, so I played a few songs expecting something pretty average. It's actually a pretty damn good album. Couldn't find a thread here for it.
  9. https://www.spreaker.com/user/4769264/hard-rocking-trivia-show-109 Here's our list! If you like Melodic Hard Rock or straight ahead Hard Rock then this list should be right up your alley. If you like Death Metal then skip it, you'll hate our list.
  10. https://www.spreaker.com/user/4769264/hard-rocking-trivia-show-episode-108 Hard Rock/Heavy Metal/Classic Rock/Hairband podcast.
  11. Rising from the infamous streets of Tampere, Finland, the brand new hard rock band Neon Angel is ready to extend its wings. Carrying out a mission for the gods of rock'n'roll, Neon Angel brings the catchiness back to the scene with their debut single "Another Kind of Love". Check out the lyric video below and start spreading the gospel. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2Iqw09xxMw neonangelband@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/neonangelband/
  12. Debut drops October 6th 2017. https://www.facebook.com/devilfireofficial https://www.devilfire.co.uk/ ALEX COOPER - VOCALS BAZ BLACKETT - GUITAR RICHARD BLOOMER-DAVIES - GUITAR DAVEY BENNETT - BASS GUITAR LARS WICKETT - DRUMS 1. Ready for War? 2. She’s Like Fire 3. (In and Out of Love) All of the Time 4. Waiting for a Rockstar 5. Lay it on the Line 6. Kill Your Love 7. Tear Me Apart 8. God Give Me Vengeance 9. Devil in Your Eyes 10. (You Gotta) Revolution 11. She’s Always on the Run 12. A Thousand Times 13. Somehow
  13. Melodic hard rock with a couple modern and southern twists from this UK 5 piece with an EP that will drop October 7th. https://www.facebook.com/wickedstonemusic/ http://wickedstone.co.uk/ Joe Hawx - Vocals Ryan Stageman- Guitar James Forrister - Lead Guitar Olly Smith- Drums James Amos- Bass 1.Another Round 2. Ain't No Rest 3. Slide Baby 4. The End
  14. Really cool tunage from this straight ahead rock n roll band from Switzerland. They remind me a lot of ZO2. I am really liking this band! https://www.facebook.com/DaxxRoxane/ http://www.daxxroxane.com/ 2016 EP 4x4 1. Sugar Rush 2. Wrong Side 3. Girl Next Door 4. Too Hot To Love 2017 LP Ticket TO Rock Ticket To Rock Girl Next Door House Of Nothing Lust & Love Leaving For Tomorrow Wrong Side Good Vibes What Was Wild Child Hard Rockin' Man Simon Golaz - Rythm GuitarCédric Pfister - Vocals / BassLuca Senaldi - DrumsCal Wymann - Lead Guitar
  15. https://www.facebook.com/Voltage.Vince http://www.vincevoltage.com/home (NSF as VInce fancies himself a photographer as well as guitarist and some of the photos are randy to say the least...) Hard Rock Survivor is Vince's solo debut after being in a number of bands and projects, the latest of which was a band called Pussy Sisster.
  16. Hey Guys, Jean has just filmed a segment on the Wendy Williams show where he has been interviewed about his career as well as an acoustic performance. Keep your eyes out for airing date. also, oneriffmerchandising.com has cool Jean Beauvoir, Crown of Thorns and Voodoo X merch including custom designed tees, posters, guitar pic set, custom designed USB logo stick with 11 remastered tracks/ unreleased bonus track/20+ mins of audio track by track commentary, signed& numbered hand written lyrics. check it out..all officially endorsed by Jean and don't forget Jean will be performing at Melodicrockfest 5 in Chicago, may 2018
  17. First track "Bridges" from the debut album from I The Fire - Disable The Ego https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNftdLm3r3g
  18. So I can't believe or maybe I didn't search strong enough to find them but anyways here is a new band from Belgium that has put out a pretty darn solid debut of sleazy hard rock that should appeal to many. I put together some thoughts on the record and here they are: Rebel's End Seeing Red Seeing Dead Released on October 11th 2016 (Independently) Review: As I sit and gather my thoughts re-listening (for what seems a selfishly large number of times) to this debut long play from Belgium's Rebel's End I can't help but be impressed by what these lads have compiled for us to enjoy and I hope with this simple review that some others can become acquainted with and enjoy the bands efforts as well. Seeing Red Seeing Dead is best described as a sleaze rock record. I know the band proclaims to metal and punk rock influences as well but there are way more sleazy, dirty, greasy things happening here than punk or metal. Rebel's End would fit in out west on the Sunset Strip circa 1983-1993 and the various influences are quite prevalent and easily distinguishable. Quite obviously a heaping helping of west coast sleaze, with an equal part hard rock and a smattering of each punk and metal which was quite prevalent for a successful album of this ilk during that heyday, just ask Sebastian Bach. Seeing Red Seeing Dead is a well produced album (especially for a self released one), the songs are strongly written with immediately remembered rhythms and catchy chorus' that cover a variety of topics, but all of which, yep you guessed it, reside on the darker side of town. The disc opens with a brief instrumental interlude, Exordium, that segues into the almost Suicidal beginning of Live With Hate which is a double bass driven sleaze metal rocker with massive gang vocals. Blood On My Hands continues with a Taime Down meets Al Jourgensen like wails (singer Jeff James masters this vocal style throughout this disc, but certainly jumps into some nice clean tones too) layered over top of more double bass work and another wall of huge riffage. We Don't Need A Reason is another sleazey rock tune, this one with a bit more glam tinge to it that reminds one of Faster Pussycats Bathroom Wall if it was covered by the Gutter Punks. Don't Ask Don't Tell solidifies the sleazy hard rock road we are speeding down with some tasty timing changes and showcases Jeff's vocal prowess with equal parts screaming rasp and clean chorus. Black Cocaine still sleazy and has its uptempo moments however this tune dials the pounding rhythms back a bit for the heavier topic that is obvious from the title. Psycho Virginteen is a favorite as it is super sleazy and reminiscent of Subhuman Being era Skid Row. Better Than You has a sleazed up pre verse rhythm that is VERY reminiscent of Metallica's Enter Sandman that just as soon as you get it, the band veers off into their comfort zone of sleazy glam metal. Flick Of The Switch is a nice galloping uptempo number with a too catchy pre chorus that drops off into a massive drum riff and another patented vocal wail. If You Ain't Shooting starts off fooling you with a Junkyard riff that morphs into another double bass covered sleaze rocker with a huge nod to Suicide Solution in the verse. The disc ends with the ballad Cramp My Style. Now it isn't your cigarette lighter balladeering to your lost or newfound love, oh no, this slow tempo'd tune has a different message one, I'd detail here however the song title sums it up nicely and quite simply. The tune is a great closer to an album that has been a relentless sleaze metal carnival, fueled by Jack Daniels, razor blades, Doc Martens and enough high octane to fuel a Sundays worth of drag races. Jeff and company play this brand of hard sleaze metal quite well. Gobs of solo's throughout the disc that run the grommet of lightning fast to tastefully trashy and simple. DOL666 is a beast behind the drum kit and Sven and Marten compliment with additional guitar and thunderous bass work. Rebel's End certainly are not doing anything that hasn't been done by the likes of Shotgun Messiah, Manitoba's Wild Kingdom, Zodiac Mindwarp, Lizzy Borden, LA Guns, Cat In Boots, The Sea Hags, Faster Pussycat, The Muderdolls and a gaggle more strip and beyond, lessor and greater bands but what the band has paid homage too within this debut shows real well and certainly has this listener anticipating what comes next. Tracklist: Exordium Live With Hate Blood On My Hands We Don't Need A Reason Don't Ask Don't Tell Black Cocaine Psycho Virginteen Better Than You Flick Of The Switch If You Ain't Shooting Cramp My Style Band Members (On the album): Jeff James – Guitars & Vocals Marten Geens – 2nd Guitars Sven Van Neste – Bass DOL666 – Drums Band Members (Current): Jeff James – Guitars & Vocals Sven – 2nd Guitars Stijn – Bass D77 – Drums Production: Mixed and mastered by Filip De Bot at the Penthouse Band Websites: https://www.facebook.com/RebelsEnd666/ Play the album here: https://rebelsend.bandcamp.com/album/seeing-red-seeing-dead?from=twittercard
  19. Can't help but like this Aussie rock band. New album The Darkest Sun out now and it appears an earlier EP called Ignite. https://www.facebook.com/lazarusmodeband
  20. Back from our family vacations! In this episode, we play "Rapid Fire" (Hard Rock music trivia), "Intellectual Poetry" (Guess the artist & song just by the lyrics), and "Cover This" (Guess who is performing the cover song). Artists discussed: Kiss, Living Colour, Ratt, AC/DC, etc... Show co-hosts: Mark (in California) and Danny (in Delaware). http://www.spreaker.com/user/4769264/hard-rocking-trivia-show-episode-102
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