Ok. I can understand your thinking regarding one`s favorite bands. In my case it was Bon Jovi. First album I ever bought was Slippery, liked NEw Jersey even better. Saw them live few times, but after 1995 only some good songs on each album but still bought albums, since Richie left I cant stand their latest albums or even live. So from that scenario I see that I am not just following my favorite bands regardles what they put out.
But in Tesla case I do stlll enjoy their releases, even those post 2010. A admit that Shock had some filler but also some of their best songs post 2000 like The Mission. I do miss the heavier element that Tommy brought. songs like Dont de-rock me, Action talks.
In rough order.....
Dangerous Toys – Pissed
Michael Sweet – Michael Sweet
Motley Crue – Motley Crue
Great White – Sail Away
Gun – Swagger
LA Guns – Vicious Circle
Jackyl – Push Comes To Shove
Cinderella – Still Climbing
Electric Boys – Freewheelin’
Enuff Z Nuff - Seven
Gilby Clarke – Pawnshop Guitars
Juno Roxas – Far From Here
Kiss – Kiss My Ass
Alice Cooper – The Last Temptation
Manic Eden – Manic Eden
Big Bang Babies – Black Market
Tuff – Fist First
Freak Of Nature – Gathering Of The Freaks
Sass Jordan – Rats
Trixter – Undercovers
The Heavy’s – Metal Marathon
Another one from this year that hasn't had much fanfare.
These guys are always great value.
Very, very solid, Killer Hard Rock!!!
I get a Robert Mason "vibe" with the vocals, which is always a good thing.
From the Frontiers Facebook page:
Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to announce the signing of Enemy Eyes, a new melodic metal band fronted by vocalist Johnny Gioeli (Hardline, AXEL RUDI PELL OFFICIAL SITE, Crush 40). Johnny is currently putting the finishing touches on Enemy Eyes' debut album, which will be released this fall. In the meantime, the band is pleased to present their debut single, 'Here We Are' for your listening pleasure. Stream it on your preferred digital music service HERE: https://orcd.co/enemyeyes or jump straight to YouTube to listen HERE: https://youtu.be/jV_4j6d25R8
Of note, this will be Gioeli's 100th official release as a recording artist after decades of multi-platinum, gold, and critically acclaimed albums. A true landmark recording in his discography and also the beginning of a new chapter.
Johnny Gioeli first came to prominence with Hardline, a melodic hard rock band that he formed with his brother Joey and which famously featured Journey guitarist Neal Schon on the band's debut album, "Double Eclipse". Johnny has continued to front Hardline since the release of their debut album in 1992, including their most recent release, 2021's "Heart, Mind And Soul". In addition to Hardline, Johnny has been fronting both German guitarist Axel Rudi Pell's solo band and Japanese-American band Crush 40 since 1998. He also released his first solo album, "One Voice" in 2018.
Stay up to date with Enemy Eyes news by following the band's social media as well as Gioeli's. More to come, including touring in 2023!
Johnny Gioeli - Vocals
Marcos Rodriguez - Guitar
Alessandro Del Vecchio - Bass, Keyboards
Fabio Alessandrini - Drums