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New EVANESCENCE album in November

Veröffentlicht am 15. September 2017 von Markus W. in Evanescence, Modern Metal, Modern Rock, Alternative Rock, Alternative Metal, Gothic, Dark Rock, Video, News, Post-Grunge

New EVANESCENCE album in November

Evanescence was one of the most successful rock bands in this current millennium, selling millions of records, gathering rewards in gold and platinum with two Grammys has the absolute highlight. What followed was hiatus for some years with some new life that was blown into the band in 2015. Another two years later fans of Evenescence can welcome the anticipated fourth album, entitled “Synthesis”. Release date will be November 10th and the first single, “Imperfection” is available as of day.

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CD review PROPHETS OF RAGE "Prophets Of Rage"

Veröffentlicht am 14. September 2017 von Markus W. in Prophets Of Rage, Crossover, News, Rap, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock, Rock

CD review PROPHETS OF RAGE "Prophets Of Rage"

(8/10) Prophets Of Rage belongs to the group of bands that was already talk of the town even before they released songs on an EP or album. Basically it was the announcement of a collaboration of Rage Against The Machine members and rappers from Public Enemy and Cypress Hill which created some excitement and curiosity. Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, Brad Wilk, DJ Lord, Chuck D. and B-Real played their first show in January last year, followed by a North America tour during summer. Prophets Of Rage acted as a counterpart to the election campaign in the US, being a strong voice for social problems, freedom, anti-corruption and justice.

In parallel the band released a first EP entitled “The Party’s Over” which featured five songs, incl. a terrific version of the Beastie Boys classic “No Sleep till Brooklyn” which was renamed into “No Sleep Till Cleveland”.

A year later Prophets Of Rage publishes the debut album, featuring twelve new songs. The self-titled debut is a bit of a curveball. On the one hand there is no doubt about capabilities and passion of the involved musicians and also the tracks that are on “Prophets Of Rage” stand for a powerful crossover sound that brings together the best of RATM, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill. But what’s the strength of Prophets Of Rage has also a flipside. “Prophets of Rage”, with all the good songs, feels partly like an album that contains slightly adjusted songs from the involved motherships. Listening to this longplayer whet my appetite for listening to the originals. If this is good or bad, I don’t know. It just happened.

Things kick-off with “Counter Offensive” which is a short intro, followed “Fired a Shot”. This song has a focus on rap while the next song, “Hail to the Chief” brings back the RATM vibe, basically due to Morello’s guitar and a hard working rhythm section. An enormous groove benefits “Legalize Me” before “Living on the 110” addresses the serious topic of homelessness in a typical Prophets Of Rage fashion and with a chorus that reminded me of Faith No More. A well-crafted crossover anthem is “Strength of Numbers” before “Take Me Higher” adds some funk to the totality

“Prophets Of Rage” is a very cool album, no doubt. But looking on the list of involved icons in music led to higher expectation compared with what the album delivers. I guess that seeing Prophets Of Rage live on stage is a more intensive experience, than listening to the songs on the album. This doesn’t mean that the debut is not worth to be listened to. Crossover enthusiasts and fans of the earlier mentioned bands will like this album and it can be a great warm-up experience on the way to a live show of this super group. And besides all the mentioned, the message that this six-piece band has, is more than important these days. These guys are a strong voice for freedom, liberty and social values.

 

(8/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Counter Offensive
  2. Fired a Shot
  3. Hail to the Chief
  4. Hands Up
  5. Legalize Me
  6. Living on the 110
  7. Radical Eyes
  8. Smash It
  9. Strength in Numbers
  10. Take me Higher
  11. Unfuck the World
  12. Who Owns Who

 

Label: Fantasy Records / Caroline

Genre: Crossover

Release Date EU: September 15th, 2017

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CD review NOTHING MORE "The Stories We Tell Ourselves"

Veröffentlicht am 13. September 2017 von Markus W. in Nothing More, Modern Metal, Modern Rock, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock, Nu Metal, Rock, CD Review, News

CD review NOTHING MORE "The Stories We Tell Ourselves"

(7/10) Nothing More is an alternative rock outfit from San Antonio, Texas. The band's around since many years but their career got a push a few years ago when they inked a deal with Seven Eleven Music. After having released four longplayers with limited success, the new deal brought Nothing More into the spotlight. The self-titled longplayer, released in 2014, scored by entering the Billboard charts as well as it reached a top 10 position in the Independent Album charts.

Three years later the next record is in the starting blocks and it aims for a similar success. "The Stories We Tell Ourselves" features 12 songs and a number of intermezzos. I wouldn't go that far saying that the disc is a concept album. However, there is the overarching theme of a reality and what we tell ourselves. There is often a disconnect between both, leading to suffering and frustration. 

From a musical viewpoint the new album covers a wider range of sounds. This lead to diversity, but it can also be perceived as a scattered picture with no clear direction. This album leans towards the former even though I can't get rid of the feeling that they guys are still in search of identity and uniqueness. 

There is for example the single release "Go to War", a song that has a lot of airplay potential. The single is well chosen and can reach mainstream rock fans. The counterpart to this catchy tune is the heavy and nu metal reminding "Let 'em Burn". Wild guitars, a furious rhythm and freaky vocal lines showcases a band that's wild and powerful with no willingness to compromise.

"The Stories We Tell Ourselves" is an album that is done in a very professional way, with all the good and the bad. Production, artwork and sound - all good and no reason to complain. What I miss with the longplayer though are the edges, the surprises and the unexpected. Nothing More plays it safe and bit more risk-taking would be benefitial next time.

 

(7/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. (Ambition Destruction)
  2. Do You Really Want It
  3. (Convict Divide)
  4. Let ́em Burn
  5. Ripping Me Apart
  6. Don ́t Stop
  7. Funny Little Creatures
  8. (React Respond)
  9. The Great Divorce
  10. Still In Love
  11. (Alone Together)
  12. Go To War
  13. Just Say When
  14. (Accept Disconnect)
  15. Who We Are
  16. Tunnels
  17. (End begin)
  18. Fade In Fade Out 

 

Label: Better Noise Records

Genre: Alternative Rock / Nu Metal

Release Date EU: September 15th, 2017

 
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PROPHETS OF RAGE announces show at 013, Tilburg

Veröffentlicht am 12. September 2017 von Markus W. in Prophets Of Rage, 013, Crossover, Tilburg, Alternative Rock, Rap, News, Live, Alternative Metal

Prophets Of Rage comes to Tilburg, Netherlands for a show at the 013.

 

 

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CD review PROJECTED "Ignite My Insanity"

Veröffentlicht am 9. September 2017 von Markus W. in Projected, Sevendust, Alter Bridge, Modern Metal, Modern Rock, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock, News, CD Review, Rat Pak Records, Mark Tremonti

CD review PROJECTED "Ignite My Insanity"

(9/10) Wait a second. Catchy melodies and heavy guitar riffing, where have we heard this earlier? True, Sevendust made use of this principle since many years and Projected does the same. This isn't a coincidence knowing that Sevendust guitarist John Conolly is one quarter of Projected, a supergroup that also comprises Sevendust's bassist Vinnie Hornsby, Scott Phillips (Alter Bridge) and Eric Friedman (Tremonti).

"Ignite My Insanity" is the sophomore release of the quartet that debut with "Human" in 2012. Since a few weeks the new album is now available also in Europe  and if you haven't heard it yet, you should close this gap - the sooner the better. 

The musical background of the four musicians involved gives you a pretty good idea of what to expect from this two CD release. Melodic alternative metal with a modern approach is what these songs are about. The joy with the album is that it feels like being done with an ease, not being overloaded with sky-high expectations. The four-piece band made us of all the liberty provided and created a jaw-dropping good double decker.

"Ignite My Insanity" contains all ingredients you want to get served with such a musical feast. Soulful ballads like "Faith" are part of the game as well as brutal riff monsters, a category "Six Feet Below" belongs to. Tunes like "Ignite" are a well-crafted mix of great vocal lines in the chorus, a psychedelic verse and furious guitars. A song that's merciless pushing is entitled "Vain" and I could continue since the album is thrilling from beginning to end. Anyhow, I would like to mention two more songs. "Rectify" and "Call Me the Devil" have been co-written by Mark Tremonti, adding a slightly other touch to the tracks by still fitting in the context of the album.

The only question is if 21 songs are a bit too much. On the other hand, they are all good, profiting from a dynamic and powerful production. So, who cares. Each of these songs hit bulls eye and that's what counts.

What's amazing is the fact that Projected is a side project only. These songs would deserve to be performed live since they belong to the best alternative metal brought up to surface over the last years. "Ignite My Insanity" is loud, heavy, soulful and enthralling. This album is a 'must' for Sevendust- and Alter Bridge-fans.

 

(9/10)

 

Tracklist:

CD 1:

  1. Strike
  2. Reload
  3. Six Feet Below
  4. Vain
  5. Rectify
  6. Faith
  7. Gomorrah
  8. Heaven Above
  9. 10 Years Gone
  10. Only

CD 2:

  1. Fire
  2. Ignite
  3. Call Me the Devil
  4. Concede
  5. Inhuman
  6. Better
  7. Hate You Back
  8. Upside Down
  9. Seconds
  10. Inside the Sun
  11. Battlestations

 

Label: Rat Pak Records

Genre: Modern Metel

Release Date EU: August 18th, 2017

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CD review ALTER BRIDGE "Live From the O2 Arena + Rarities"

Veröffentlicht am 6. September 2017 von Markus W. in Alter Bridge, News, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock, Hardrock, Live, Napalm Records, CD Review

CD review ALTER BRIDGE "Live From the O2 Arena + Rarities"

(*/10) I think it’s impossible to get a better overview of Alter Bridge’s creative achievements than what is captured on this comprehensive 3-CD package. Not only that this release captures the entire live show that band performed in London’s O2 Arena on November 24th, 2016 – it also comes with a third disc that features special goodies. Two previously unreleased songs ("Cruel Sun” and “Solace”), both coming out of the “One Day Remains”-session will bring some new to the table. “Breathe” is a third song taken from those days, having been a bonus for the Best Buy version for “The Last Hero”. Next to these tracks there are  some more songs on disc number three, all having been Japan-only releases up-to-date.

The two first CD’s, capturing the London show, provide a pretty good overview of Alter Bridge’s discography. “The Last Hero”, as being the band’s latest and extremely successful studio album, got the biggest part on the setlist. But also earlier songs got enough attention. Five tunes from the great “Blackbird” record have been performed that night as well as another four numbers taken from “Fortress, incl. the excellent “Addicted to Pain”.

If you’re a fan of Alter Bridge you will go for this longplayer anyhow and if you’re a fan of rock music who wants to get an idea of what Alter Bridge is about, you can easily close this presonal gap by listening to this well-done live album.

 

(*/10)

 

Tracklist:

CD1       

  1. The Writing on the Wall
  2. Come to Life
  3. Addicted to Pain
  4. Ghost of Days Gone By
  5. Cry of Achilles
  6. The Other Side
  7. Farther Than the Sun
  8. Ties That Blind
  9. Water Rising
  10. Crows on a Wire
  11. Watch Over You (solo acoustic)

CD2       

  1. Isolation
  2. Blackbird
  3. Metalingus
  4. Open Your Eyes
  5. Show Me A Leader
  6. Rise Today
  7. Poison in Your Veins
  8. My Champion

CD3

  1. Breathe
  2. Cruel Sun
  3. Solace
  4. New Way To Live
  5. The Damage Done
  6. We Don't Care at All
  7. Zero
  8. Home
  9. Never Borne To Follow
  10. Never Say Die (Outright)
  11. Symphony Of Agony (The Last of Our Kind)        

 

 

Label: Napalm Records

Genre: Alternative Metal

Release Date EU: September 8th, 2017

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New MASTODON EP in late September

Veröffentlicht am 30. August 2017 von Markus W. in Masstodon, Heavy Metal, Sludge, Alternative Metal, Modern Metal, Rock, Prog Metal, Alternative Rock

New MASTODON EP in late September

Mastodon have been intensively on the road recently but also found some time to do a new 4-track EP. “Cold Dark Place will be released on September 22nd, followed by a 10” limited picture disc edition on October 27th.

Three of the four songs are coming from the “Once More ‘Round the Sun” session while “Toe Goes Toes” has been recorded on March this year as a part of the “Emperor of Sand” production.

 

Tracklist:

1. North Side Star

2. Blue Walsh

3. Toe to Toes

4. Cold Dark place

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CYHRA unveils artowrk and tracklist of the upcoming debut

Veröffentlicht am 30. August 2017 von Markus W. in Cyhra, Modern Metal, Modern Rock, Rock, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock, News

CYHRA unveils artowrk and tracklist of the upcoming debut

Cyhra, a new band featuring former Amaranthe singer Jake E. and ex-In Flames guitarist Jesper Strömblad, have revealed details of their forthcoming debut album, ‘Letters To Myself’.

Due for release on October 20th 2017, ‘Letters To Myself’ features plenty of the magic that each member of the band has become known for over the years. From the blissfully melodic thrust of Jesper Strömblad’s riffs and hooks, and the soaring, soulful splendour of Jake E.’s unmistakable voice to the pummelling, groove-driven precision of Peter Iwers, and Alex Landenburg’s rhythmic bedrock, every last moment crackles with the excitement of fresh territory, new challenges and a brand new identity for all involved to embrace.

 

 Tracklist:

  1.  Karma
  2.  Heartrage
  3.  Here To Save You
  4.  Muted Life
  5.  Closure
  6.  Letter To Myself
  7.  Dark Clarity
  8.  Holding Your Breath
  9.  Rescue Ride
  10.  Black Wings
  11.  Inside A Lullaby
  12.  Dead To Me
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CD review nulldB "Geboren in Ketten"

Veröffentlicht am 15. August 2017 von Markus W. in nulldB, Modern Metal, Modern Rock, Nu Metal, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock, Sony Music, News, CD Review, Rock

CD review nulldB "Geboren in Ketten"

(8/10) German metal band nulldB is back with their third longplayer. After the debut “Im Auge des Sturms” and the sophomore “Endzeit” paved the road it’s “Geboren in Ketten” that comes new songs reflecting nu metal with German lyrics.

nulldB starts heavy into this longplayer. “Geboren in Ketten” is a mighty nu metal song, a real headbanger. I was reminded of Die Schweisser when I listened to the tune, which might give you a bit of an idea of what to expect. With “Blinder Passagier” and “Babel (Auf zum Himmel)” things continue the hard way before the soulful acoustic track “Lange her” adds a lot of feel to the album. “Wach auf” belongs to this calmer section, followed by the heavily grooving riffs and beat comes back with “Oeffne deine Augen”.  

Next to the songs it’s also the lyrics which add to the positive impression of this record. Kühnlein writes lyrics that come with a message. Those are not only a necessity or combined words. Songs like “Kein Gott” oder “Warum bleibt die Zeit nicht stehen” are ambitious and with an emotional depth.

What also helps the album to shine is the fact that Franky Kühnlein could gain rock and metal all-rounder Mat Sinner as producer and if this wouldn’t be enough it’s Jakob Hansen who signed being responsible for the mix. These two guys give the album the dynamic and power you expect from this kind of music.

nulldB’s third album is a next step for the band in gaining new fans. Good songs, good lyrics, good time.

 

(8/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Geboren in Ketten
  2. Blinder Passagier
  3. Babel (Auf zum Himmel)
  4. Lange Her
  5. Wach auf
  6. Oeffne deine Augen
  7. Daemon
  8. Der schwarze Garten
  9. Kein Gott
  10. Die Stimme
  11. Warum bleibt die Zeit nicht stehen
  12. Allein

 

Label: Sony Music

Genre: Nu Metal

Release Date EU: August  4th, 2017

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CD review THE MIDNIGHT GHOST TRAIN "Cypress Ave."

Veröffentlicht am 8. August 2017 von Markus W. in The Midnight Ghost Train, Stoner Rock, News, Napalm Records, Rock, Hardrock, Alternative Rock, Southern Rock

CD review THE MIDNIGHT GHOST TRAIN "Cypress Ave."

(8/10) "Cypress Ave." is the title of The Midnight Ghost Trains' newest strike. It's the fourth full-length disc from Steve Moss and band, showcasing the trio more diverse than what we know from the earlier releases. 

Was it stoner rock and some sludge elements that built the framework for the last longplayer "Cold Was the Ground" it's this time variety that makes The Midnight Ghost Trains's newest longplayer to a special one. "Cypress Ave." includes the stoner rock songs as we know from earlier releases, but the Kansas-based band takes a wider approach for their newest record. 

In the beginning things look like this album's being a typical The Midnight Ghost Train release. "Tonight" and especially the power engine "Red Eyed Junkie Queen" reflects the earlier sound of the trio very well. Also "Glenn's Promise" and "Bury Me Deep" include the harsh expression with coarse vocals and heavily down-tuned guitars.

A first break comes with the bluesy and calmer "The Watchers Nest". Especially in the verse things get intense by pushing the stoner rock to the back. It feels like The Midnight Ghost Train puts a focus on groove by using many different styles, with the funky "The Boggie Down" being the most unusual The Midnight Ghost Train song to date. A rapping Sonny Cheeba and a dominant horn section are something you don't expect on an album of this rock outfit. I guess the tune will stimulate controversy discussions but I have to admit that it sounds great.

In general it's the second half of the album that shows another angle of the trio. Melancholic songs like "Black Wave" come with a lot of feel - and less anger. This doesn't mean that intesity became less on "Cypress Ave.". It's the opposite. Songs like "Lemon Tree" are as intense as the heavy stuff, just taking things from a different perspective. 

"Cypress Ave." surprised me. The Midnight Ghost Train had the courage to experiment with their sound and music. The album reflects the band a 100% even though the guys express themselves partly different. The Midnight Ghost Train doesn't stand still. The exciting journey continues, maybe in a partly unexpected direction which is the thrill of this longplayer.

 

(8/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Tonight
  2. Red Eyed Junkie Queen
  3. Glenn's Promise
  4. Bury Me Deep
  5. The Watchers Nest
  6. Break My Love
  7. Lemon Trees
  8. The Boogie Down (feat. Sonny Cheeba)
  9. Black Wave
  10. The Echo
  11. I Can't Let You Go

 

Label: Napalm Records

Genre: Hardrock

Release Date EU: July28th, 2017

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PROPHETS OF RAGE premiers new video

Veröffentlicht am 20. Juli 2017 von Markus W. in Prophets Of Rage, News, Video, Crossover, Rock, Rap, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock

Prophets Of Rage have debuted the video for “Living On The 110,” the lead single from their forthcoming, self-titled debut LP which is set for release September 15th, 2017. 

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CD review TAU CROSS "Pillar of Fire"

Veröffentlicht am 14. Juli 2017 von Markus W. in Tau Cross, Voivod, Amebix, News, CD Review, Thrash Metal, Punk, Hardrock, Relapse Records, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock

CD review TAU CROSS "Pillar of Fire"

(9/10) It was two years ago when a band arouse attention with an album that featured jaw-dropping good songs. The name of this powerhouse is Tau Cross, a new collective of musicians with various backgrounds. Amebix frontman Rob Miller belongs to Tau Cross as well as Voivod drummer Michel Langevin being in on it. Next to these two guys it’s Andy Lefton, Jon Misery, James Adams and Tom Radlo completing the line-up that worked on the bands sophomore longplayer “Pillar of Fire”.

The debut, simply named “Tau Cross”, was already a blast that increased expectations when it comes to the second longplayer. After having listened to the new album several times I can tell you that all expectations have been easily fulfilled. Tau Cross picks up where they left with the debut.

Anarchic metal meets punk meets hardrock, that’s what the debut was about and that’s what you get served with the new record. “Pillar of Fire” features eleven songs that are edgy, spot-on and raw. “Raising the Golem” is the first chapter of this exciting release and it starts dark and mysterious. After a few seconds the intro turns into the actual song which is a well-chosen opener. It comes with a hypnotic beat and the hoarse vocals by Miller are already a trademark in itself. This opener does the job, being an appetizer for more … and you get more.

As mentioned earlier in this review, Tau Cross’ spectrum of songs is a wide one. ”On the Water” states this in a perfect way. The tune is almost an homage to the mighty Motorhead. It’s not only the vocals that reminds of the iconic trio, it’s the way how the song’s built up. Another highlight is the title track that starts acoustic and calm. This beginning brought Sisters Of Mercy and Fields Of The Nephilim to my mind. It’s a gloomy and melancholic number that stays in this mood from beginning till end. It’s a special song that stands out from the rest and therefor is the perfect name-giver for the album.

Another song I would like to stand still for a minute is “Killing the King” with its Killing Joke vibe included. I like the merciless drums in the beginning of this harsh and partly mystic song.

“Pillar of Fire” is the highly anticipated second Tau Cross longplayer and it fully lives up to expectation. These guys are rightly top rated and also get well-deserved nine points from MHMB.

 

(9/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Raising Golem
  2. Bread and Circuses
  3. On The Water
  4. Deep State
  5. Pillar of Fire
  6. Killing the King
  7. A White Horse
  8. The Big House
  9. RFID
  10. Seven Wheels
  11. What Is a Man

 

Label: Relapse Records

Genre: Alternative Metal

Release Date EU: July 21st, 2017

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CD review AMPLIFIER "Trippin' with Dr. Faustus"

Veröffentlicht am 3. Juli 2017 von Markus W. in Amplifier, Rock, Hardrock, News, CD Review, Prog Rock, Grunge, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock, Rockosmos

CD review AMPLIFIER "Trippin' with Dr. Faustus"

(8/10) Amplifier still belongs to one of the most underrated bands when it comes to alternative rock music. Even though having release five full-length record, accompanied by some EP’s and three live recording, Amplifier never reached a wider audience. This is a pity since Amplifier’s albums contain excellently crafted songs which are a treat for ears and mind.

“Trippin’ with Dr. Faustus”, their new product in the offer, is rooted in 2011 when Amplifier released their “The Octopus” album. “Silvio”, a song on the new album, was meant to be a part of the band’s third record but didn’t make it on the tracklist since, according to Sel Balamir, it didn’t really fit into the universal themes of this longplayer. However, the idea kept on growing with being the base for a whole story around it.

The new album of the Manchester-based rock outfit features nine more songs, so ten in total. Generally spoken Amplifier sticks very much to their sound even though I have to say that the prog parts got a bit less, while the psychedelic elements moved more into the forefront, supported by a harsher sound expression that’s spot-on. The album is kept in melancholic mood that is widely interpreted. Songs like “Feakshow” stretches the borders a bit with some more psychedelic moments, including a Sabbath-inspired instrumental section half way down the road. “Horse” instead, also coming from an earlier moment in Amplifiers career, is kept calmer than other tunes in this release. It’s a well-done track that still includes some riffs while the overall pattern is a more soulful one. These bigger soundscapes are even stronger when it comes to "Supernova" and also the acoustic "Anubis" contributes to a wider range of sounds. As mentioned, the prog parts are less present, however there are more complex tracks on the album too. One of them is the multi-layered “The Communion (Big Time Party Maker)”, also pleasing the listener with a powerful drum beat.

“Trippin’ with Dr. Faustus” became an interesting rock album, done by a band that deserves more attention. The music on their sixth longplayer definitely supports such a step and let’s see if fans will pick it up. For sure it’s good psychedelic rock music for fans of Soundgarden, Monster Magnet,...
 

(8/10)

 

Tracklist:

  1. Rainbow Machine
  2. Freakzone
  3. Kosmos (Grooves of Triumph)
  4. The Commotion (Big Time Party Maker)
  5. Big Daddy
  6. Horse
  7. Anubis
  8. Supernova
  9. Silvio
  10. Old Blue Eyes

 

Label: Rockosmos

Genre: Alternative Rock

Release Date EU: July 14th, 2017

 

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ALTER BRIDGE unveils live video

Veröffentlicht am 30. Juni 2017 von Markus W. in Alter Bridge, Alternative Metal, Alternative Rock, News, Hardrock, Video, Live, Napalm Records

ALTER BRIDGE unveils live video
ALTER BRIDGE are on a mission on European festival and club stages right now: To prove their incredible live performance qualities, and that they are one of the best top notch live acts of our times.  

Just recently they announced the release of a new live album and rarities collection called "Live at the O2 Arena + Rarities" which captures one of the biggest moments of the band's career, when they played their monumental show at London's famous O2 Arena on November 24th, 2016. The band put together a clip with some of the finest moments of this landmark performance with the background music of their "The Last Hero" track "Cradle To The Grave"!

In addition, this latest release contains an exclusive full-length "Rarities"-CD that will give every collector cause for rejoice. The CD features the never-before released tracks "Cruel Sun" and "Solace" that were recorded during the One Day Remains sessions. The song "Breathe" from those same sessions was released as a bonus track exclusively for Best Buy on The Last Hero. These tracks join seven other songs that have only been released in Japan until this collection.
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