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The New Roses release new single “Can’t Stop Rock & Roll”

You can’t stop Rock & Roll – a simple yet effective message, especially in modern society. And The New Roses keep proving that Rock & Roll isn’t dead to every single one of us, over and over again. Their newest single fits perfectly into their existing repertoire. Rhythmic guitar riffs and Timmy’s rough voice, that reminds the listener of a mix of outstanding vocalists like Axl Rose and Ronny Van Zant, complete the journey with a modern finish.

Tony Mills - Beyond the Law

Tony Mills was the vocalist of British rockers Shy, for quite a while, was one of the founders of Siam and sung for Serpentine for a few years, substituted for the other Tony (Harnell that is) in TNT over a number of albums that unfortunately did little in the way of maintaining their legacy (not due to his singing however) and has had about half a dozen or so albums since the early 00s.
 

Sweden Rock Festival 2019 - Day 4

Dog tired, by the fourth day, we arrived a little later than usual, missing, nice Swedish hard glam rockers Dust Bowl Jokies, funky Canadian corpo rockers Danko Jones, as well as the vintage propositions of Jared James Nichols. We got to watch a tiny bit of Electric Boys on the Rock Stage, who were damn fine….

The New Roses release music video for “Down by the River”

German Hard Rockers The New Roses are back to climb the rock Olympus with their fourth studio album “Nothing but Wild” on August 2nd, 2019!

After successful live appearances all over the world, lately opening for KISS, and the invitation to tour with the legendary Scorpions in summer, the four-piece, centered around vocalist/guitarist Timmy Rough is ready to deliver the long awaited follow up for “One for the Road” (2017), which hit the top 20 in Germany.

First Signal - Line of Fire

Out of all the various projects that Frontiers has “devised” by having the various vocalists on their roster sing in tunes composed and recorded by a variety of talent they also have on tap, First Signal was meant to feature and display the considerable talents of Harem Scarem’s Harry Hess. The Canadian has always done a top notch job, but also the project itself has never become “a burden” other than one of joy.

Sweden Rock Festival 2019 - Day 3

Following a good night’s sleep and getting some stuff from a local supermarket, we returned for the third time, to the festival grounds, this time, without having to grind through heavy traffic. We did watch the last song of impressive looking all female Suiss metallers, Burning Witches, after an anemic cover of “Holydiver”, who despite having the 80s aesthetic and sound perfectly figured, sounded quite plain, to make some lasting impression. Maybe in the future, who knows.

Sweden Rock Festival 2019 - Day 2

Due to it, being Sweden’s National Day (Thursday 6th June, as we found out later – Go Sweden!) there was more traffic on the roads than usual, so despite our best calculations, we only managed to arrive midway Blaze Bayley’s show, missing Canadian’s The Wild! completely.